Talking Point Podcast: Practical Spoken English Tips

This podcast aims to be a practical Spoken English tips and guidance for young professionals, and for students preparing to enter the workforce. The goal is to introduce contemporary, colloquial, conversational, and sometimes slang expressions that are in common use, and can be adopted in everyday conversation easily.


Two Biggest Misconceptions that are Harming your Approach to Learning English – Part 2 Talking Point: Practical Spoken English Tips

This episode introduces the second misconception that is very likely adversely impacting how you think about learning English, and how efficiently you are able to do it. As you listen, you will understand exactly what is wrong with asking 'What's the meaning of this word?' This is part two of our discussion of a couple of fundamental misconceptions about language and language learning that really hold you back from learning English effectively. These are misconceptions that most people hold unconsciously, but their impact on your learning habits, and approach to learning language is so far reaching, so fundamental, that if you fix just these two misconceptions, it will make a world of difference to how effectively and efficiently you learn English, and how naturally, comfortably you are able to use it.
  1. Two Biggest Misconceptions that are Harming your Approach to Learning English – Part 2
  2. Two Biggest Misconceptions that are Harming your Approach to Learning English – Part 1
  3. Sarcasm in English: Conveying tone of sarcasm in speech and writing
  4. Handy phrases for expressing sarcasm in English
  5. Why learning English through English is important
  6. Learning English Efficiently: Two Key Principles
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