Chatterbox #276 – Evaluating different sources of listening materials

Culips Everyday English Podcast show

Summary: Have you missed hearing Jeremy’s voice on the podcast? Then tune in to this episode, which was recorded last year while Jeremy was still on the team. This Chatterbox episode is full of useful tips and resources for finding great listening materials for learning English.<br> Culips’ Chatterbox series is perfect for upper-intermediate or advanced English learners to practise their English listening skills. The hosts talk in everyday English at an ordinary speed. If you’re looking for English listening materials where the hosts talk at the same level as native speakers, then this is the series for you. Enjoy!<br> <br> <br> <br> <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer"><br> </a><br> <a href=""></a><br> <br> <br> <br> Fun facts<br> Radio has been around for awhile, but radio stations first started popping up around the globe in the early 1920s. One of the first radio stations in the United States started in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It first aired on November 2, 1920, broadcasting the returns of the presidential election between Harding and Cox.<br> <br> <br> Expressions included in the study guide<br> <br> <br> <br> * Off to the races<br> * Geeky<br> * Fleeting<br> * Crystal clear<br> * To cut [someone] off<br> * On the surface<br> <br> <br> <br> Copyright: <a href=""></a><br> For more information about this episode, visit<br> Music Credit: Something Elated by Broke For Free, Step On by Jahzzar<br> Photo Credit: insung yoon (<br>