Tag: slang

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 3 – Episode 64 – Vocabulary – Compound Nouns & Adjectives

Welcome back to another podcast, everyone! These compound nouns and adjectives could be a bit difficult, but I’m here to break them down for you. This is in relations to movies and arts. Match the compound nouns 1-8 with their definitions a-h Screenplay Blockbuster…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 3 – Developing Vocabulary – Phrasal Verbs Connected with Money & Shopping

Welcome back to another ESL podcast! I’m here to bring you some Phrasal Verbs. Yes! We’re back with Phrasals! Look at the phrasal verbs used in these sentences and match them with the definitions. If you want to buy a tablet, you should set…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Special – TOEFL Idioms Part V

Welcome back, everyone! I’m bringing to you today another special — TOEFL IDIOMS! I haven’t done this in some time, but here’s the next round! Cut corners To do something badly or to savesome time The architect cut corners on the bridge’s construction, which…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Special – IELTS – Understanding Writing Task 2 Questions

Welcome back to another episode, everyone! This is going to be great for you guys to do some freewriting, but more importantly, understand the question. Learn to analyze task 2 questions.  They contain a subject and often include a general noun or nouns to…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Special – TOEIC – Be Aware of Comparative & Superlative Forms

We’re back again with the Facebook live!  For those of you who have tuned in last weekend, here’s the podcast and video form of what I’ve talked about.  Also, I now have the transcription available, so for those of you who want rough shownotes…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 3 – Episode 5 – Vocabulary – Phrasal Verbs Part III

We’re back with some more phrasals! One of my students from a long time ago told me that I should do more of these blogs/podcasts because it could be very difficult to follow.  Well, I have some more on board today! Talk + about…

Arsenio’s ESL Task: Reported Situations

Write what the people actually said in each situation.    The lady asked the man if he was walking to the store at the moment. He said that he wasn’t but that he was going to walk there soon. Woman: Are you walking to…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: International Guest Speaker – Maria of Uruguay!

I had a very special privilege to chat with my first ever South American on my podcast; bringing Maria Fernanda on, who’s a teacher, was so much fun! In this episode I want to allow everyone around the world to really get used to…

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