17. Hello To My Listeners Around The World


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Here are some messages from me to you. This podcast is produced to help people to learn English as a foreign language. It is good listening practice and contains lessons on vocabulary and grammar for general English.

This episode is a chance for me to say hello to all my listeners around the world.

Every day, people from all over the world listen to and download my podcast. Some of them have been my students at The London School of English, but most of them, I have never met. In this podcast I’d like to say hello to you, and to answer some of the comments and questions you have emailed me. This is my chance to try and communicate to you, and ask you some questions.

Coming soon, podcasts about:

More Phrasal Verbs
Passive Verb Forms
British Weather
Narrative Tenses
Dr Who
…and many more!

Here’s a picture of my map which shows me my website visitors come from. Here’s some information for yesterday. We can see that Russia is the winner with 473 page views! (date: 12 June 2014)
Page views 11.06.2014

24 thoughts on “17. Hello To My Listeners Around The World

  1. Aleksei

    Hello, Luke! Just a quick word. I’m new to your podcast. I started listening to it a couple of weeks ago from the very beginning and intend to listen to all episodes. I heard about it from a colleague. I work at a bank. I believe to have found the Real British English here. I like it very much. Cheers! Aleksei from Ukraine.

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  2. Bettina

    In this podcast you said:”I am always thinking”. As an English teacher I am always fighting against the wrong usage of the progressive forms. German students love the progressive form, eg. they say: “I am living in….” My answer then is: “And where do you normally live?”
    We try to teach them that everything you normally do has to be said in the simple present. Signal words for the simple present are the adverbs of frequency like always, often, never, every day and so on. I know that you can say “I am always thinking”, but maybe you should explain it.

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