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Luke’s English Podcast started in 2009 and is still going strong. With over 280 episodes, transcripts, videos and a special series on phrasal verbs, there is so much for you to use, and it’s all free. The podcast has been downloaded over 3.5 million times in the last 12 months and this website won the Macmillan Dictionary Award for Best Blog in 2011, 2012, 2013 & 2014.

10679850_4629218585900_8637988205879675701_oI’m Luke and I produce the podcast at home in my flat. I’m a DELTA-qualified English teacher from London with over 14 years of teaching experience. I’m also a stand-up comedian. My podcast offers you an insightful learning resource, which aims to make you laugh while you learn.

Join hundreds of thousands of listeners from around the world, and listen to Luke’s English Podcast. Get started here with the first episode of the podcast, recorded back in 2009 or this introduction to the podcast for new listeners, or click here to see an archive list of all the episodes and their pages on this website.

1,313 thoughts on “HELLO and WELCOME!

  1. Kamil W

    Hello Luke!

    Is there a difference between ‘may’ and ‘might’ in use? I’ve read that both of them are interchangeable. For example:

    1. Present tense.

    a) I may visit London If I earn enough money.
    b) I might visit London If I earn enough money.

    2. Past tense.

    a) He may have visited London before he started to work in USA.
    b) He might have visited London before he started to work in USA.

  2. David

    Hi Luke,

    Many thanks for your work. You’re awesome. I’ve been listening you for the last six months and your podcast is the best way to improve your English at least for Spanish students.

    Regars from Valencia, Spain