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It's about experiencing unique individual Colloquialism and Transparency. It’s about breaking down your life episodes by creating an interesting truth-telling story in the name of positivity. It’s about influencing a positive relationship with oneself for mental, emotional, and spiritual GoODness. It's about influencing you to allow YOUrself a clean slate and a clear mind to live presently forward with a healthy perspective that supports your choice of what can happen, despite what has happe ...
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Learn *Real Colloquial English* with Zapp! English Colloquial classes! This free audio podcast by Zappenglish.com contains real unscripted English conversations with native speakers, and interactive audio classes including English pronunciation practice. Each podcast comes with its own eBook which you can download at Zappenglish.com. We charge a small amount for the eBooks as this allows us to continue publishing the audio for free. The eBooks contain: A full transcript of the English conver ...
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Send us a Text Message. Fact: Individuals have a thieving issue, including religious people. "In the name of love", we steal other people issues and make them our own. We involve ourselves in the business of our parents, grown children, friends/associates, and even people we don't know, and have the audacity to become overly righteous to the point …
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Send us a Text Message. Being careful in life requires us to pay attention to unhealthy patterns, be it people, places, or things, and nothing and no one is exempt. Many entities and much of the world promotes adopting a sense of "fakeness" in order to experience momentary feelings of satisfaction. Hence, when faking leads to self-destruction, some…
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Send us a Text Message. The title alone can be applied to many different topics dealing with drama, but the topic covered in this episode is genderless and colorless, covering both posi+ive and negative perspectives that are likely present in every family pathology, culture, and generation. Hear to listen. Listen to feel. Feel to understand, and un…
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Send us a Text Message. Facts: Most issues that you and I face aren't uncommon, nor are they easily processed and admitted by many. Therefore, as I comfortably speak of and cast my personal experiences and learned-lessons "in my own way and choice of words", it's for the purpose of supporting and relaying aspects of encouragement, perseverance, res…
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Are you the 'breadwinner' in your family? Do you know a 'big cheese'? Get the answer to these questions and more in this colloquial English podcast. Food is everywhere in informal and colloquial English and in this english lesson you're going to learn some of the most common expressions using food words and at the same time develop your ability to …
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Money! Maybe you have lots, maybe you have a little. However much money you have, you're going to need to talk about it, and money is a topic with many informal expressions in English. In this English podcast you'll learn some of the most common and informal expressions about money, as well as working on your listening skills with natural English c…
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Did you know you can 'kill time' in English? And why are moons sometimes blue? Find out the answers to these questions and more, as you learn some of the most frequent and useful informal expressions for talking about time in this colloquial English audio class. Get the ebook and more Colloquial English audio classes at http://zappenglish.com.…
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In this audio podcast you'll develop your ability to listen to natural and informal English as well as learning common and useful expressions related to houses and homes. Did you know that 'to crash at someone's house' is not connected to cars? What about 'to house-sit'? You can't always guess the non-literal meaning of informal English expressions…
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Technology and computers are all around us and because of this technology words have become an important part of informal English speech. Are you a 'geek'? How often do you 'blow a fuse'? Find out the meaning of these expressions and more in this colloquial English podcast. Download the colloquial English ebook at http://zappenglish.com.…
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Get the ebook at http://zappenglish.com. There are lots of informal expressions in English that use things we find in our houses. Do you know any with the word 'iron'? Or 'sheet'? You will, after listening to our colloquial English podcast. Use the conversations to practise your listening skills and guess the meaning of the English expressions. The…
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"Can you pass me that....that thing there? That...that thing! I can't remember the name!" In this colloquial podcast you'll learn some useful English words we use when we can't remember the word, or we don't know the word, as well as some common informal expressions to describe everyday objects. Do you have anything 'wicked'? Are your things in 'mi…
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You'll have fun in this colloquial audio lesson, finding out how to describe appearance, and people you think are attractive! Listen to English conversations about informal words and phrases for describing appearance, and see if you can guess the meaning. You will also work on your listening skills and hear which words Clare uses to describe sexy m…
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Do you know anything 'off by heart'? Have you ever 'flunked out'? Listen to this podcast containing informal English conversations and find out the answers. In this audio class, you'll hear colloquial and idiomatic speech that will help you better understand real and everyday English about school, learning and education. Get the ebook and more Coll…
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Corners, markets and undergrounds are just some of the things we find in towns and cities. But did you know each of these words can be used in English to mean something completely different? Lots of English words have a meaning and then a non-literal meaning in an informal expression. This colloquial podcast will teach you ten new colloquial Englis…
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Lots of us live in cities these days and we often want to say how we feel about them, complain about them or generally describe them. After this colloquial English audio/MP3 podcast you'll sound much more natural when talking about the topic of cities and you'll have the chance to improve your English listening skills and pronunciation too. Downloa…
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Get the ebook at http://zappenglish.com. Why in English is a bomb connected to money? What happens when you 'drop a bombshell'? In this colloquial audio class you'll hear the answers to these questions as well as descriptions of many more idioms and colloquial expressions using words related to danger and safety. See how many you can guess from our…
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Who is your best friend? Who is 'man's best friend' and what does that mean? Hear people talking about these informal expressions and more in this colloquial English podcast describing friends, family and relationships. You'll hear descriptions of ways to talk about the people in your life and have the opportunity to practise your listening skills …
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When we talk about our friends or people we know in English, we use a lot of informal language. In this colloquial audio class you'll learn some common ways to talk about, and describe the people around you. You'll learn some new informal expressions for describing people and their character. Find out why somebody could be a 'dark horse'. Are you '…
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Download the ebook from http://zappenglish.com. This audio class is about living with people. Listen to descriptions of informal English words and phrases that you might use to talk about your housemates or neighbours. Can you guess why we call a person's bedroom the same word for the place an animal lives? Do you have noisy neighbours? Learn some …
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In this colloquial English audio class you're going to learn the words and phrases people really use at work and to describe things that happen in the workplace. Try and guess the expressions as Katie describes them, and find out if 'getting the sack' from your job is a good or bad thing, and why somebody might 'pull a sicky'. Download the e-book a…
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Visit http://zappenglish.com to download the eBook containing a transcription and additional exercises. We have lots of colloquial expressions in English that use numbers and amounts. Listen to Katie describing them to Donnie. Does he get ten out of ten? And will you? By the end of this unit you'll sound much more natural and will have added some n…
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How green are you? The environment is a hot topic these days, so you're going to sound a lot better talking about it when you have some useful colloquial English phrases and expressions. See if you can guess any before Tom does. Katie and Tom spend a day at the beach (in Sitges) discussing a couple of funny English expressions and a few serious one…
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What's in your basket? This unit contains colloquial English expressions about shopping as well as some informal phrases that mean different things but use the word 'shop'. Be careful one of them is a little bit rude! We spend a lot of time shopping and now you'll learn how to talk about it like a native English speaker with Amanda and Katie. Do yo…
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Buy me, buy me! In this unit Katie is describing colloquial English expressions we use when we are describing adverts or buying and selling things. How do you feel about advertising and marketing? Which phrases can we use to describe people who can sell anything and which of these colloqiual phrases are used in American English? Cathy is from New Y…
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Time off... In this unit you'll learn a colloquial English expression a flight attendant will never tell you, as well as ways to describe some typical problems you might have with your stomach when you go on holiday! Spoken expressions to describe your vacations/holidays and things you take with you on holiday are described by Katie and guessed by …
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Places to see before you die... When you go and visit amazing places you need the colloquial English expressions to express exactly how amazing they were. The same is true with negative expressions to say they weren't that good. In this unit you'll learn exactly how to do this. Visit http://zappenglish.com to download the eBook containing a transcr…
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Yum or yuk? Everybody's got to eat and we have lots of colloquial English expressions to talk about food and eating. What is the most common colloquial way to say you're hungry? And what's another word for food? In this unit you'll hear Katie describing colloquial phrases related to food and Amanda will be trying to guess them. Beware – this unit m…
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Are you good at remembering things or do you forget everything? In this unit you will learn ten new colloquial expressions including how to talk about having a good and bad memory. You'll also find out why something you use in the kitchen is linked to memory and a few common expressions using the word mind. But will you be able to remember them? Ho…
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Liar, liar, pants on fire... Honesty is very important – but we all lie a little sometimes don't we? There are lots of colloquial phrases about lying and telling the truth in English, and in this unit you're going to learn some of the more common colloquial English expressions. What's the word for a big lie and what's the word for a little lie? See…
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Katie is describing colloquial English phrases that you might use when talking about controversial issues. Do you know why she might be using the word devil? And what part of your body you might bite in discussion? Find the answers to these questions and more as you learn ten colloquial English phrases to use when having discussions, debates or tal…
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Read all about it! Newspapers are part of everyday life. So in this unit you'll learn some new colloquial English expressions for describing them, parts of them and the people that work on them. You'll also learn some colloquial expressions using the word news. Katie describes the English phrases to Tom, and Tom guesses what the expression is. See …
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Pass the popcorn... What kind of films/movies do you like? After this unit you'll be better at giving natural spoken English reactions to movies whether you love them or hate them. Katie is describing the colloquial English expressions while Tom tries to guess them. Learn what we call a movie that makes you cry and why boys might not want to see a …
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"You're nicked!" Crime is a topic that's full of colloquial English expressions. Donnie is guessing as Katie describes ten of them. Do you know a spoken English expression for describing stolen goods? How is the colour red linked to crime? The answers to these questions and more, can be found in this colloquial unit. And of course, you'll be listen…
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Visit http://zappenglish.com to download the eBook containing a transcription and additional exercises. Not many people like getting old, but it's a topic we often talk and laugh about, which means there are lots of colloquial English expressions to describe it. In this unit, you'll learn ten of them. You'll find why chickens and hills are linked t…
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It's well–known that English people 'like a few drinks' (alcoholic drinks!). In this unit, you will learn the colloquial English expressions they use for ordering drinks, what they might ask for and a lot of informal ways to talk in English about being drunk! You'll learn ten new expressions about alcohol and drinking, as well as practising listeni…
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In this unit, Katie is describing colloquial English expressions related to chance and probability and Tom is trying to guess them. If you try too, by the end of this unit you'll have learnt ten new colloquial expressions, which will have you sounding much more natural with your spoken English. Visit http://zappenglish.com to download the eBook con…
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In this unit you'll find out how superstitious the British are and learn lots of colloquial English ways to talk about luck. Do you know any sayings about fingers or old ladies? Well you will by the time you've finished this colloquial unit. Katie is describing the colloquialism and Mark is guessing. See how many spoken expressions you can get righ…
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There are so many colloquial English expressions on the topic of sex, love, dating and getting married that it can be difficult to know which ones to learn. We've chosen ten of the most common colloquial expressions that you will hear in movies and real conversations when English speakers are talking about relationships. Be warned – some of these a…
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Get fit! In this unit you can develop your range of colloquial English expressions on the topic of health and fitness, as well as hearing the difference between what a British English speaker and a North American English speaker would say. Katie is in the park with Cathy, describing colloquial English phrases. Who do you think is the fitter of the …
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We use a lot of colloquial English language when things aren't going right! How are a frying pan and an iceberg linked to problems? You'll discover the answer in this colloquial unit and be able to sound just like a native when describing your problems/difficulties. Listen to Katie and Amanda playing a guessing game. You'll learn ten new colloquial…
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Visit http://zappenglish.com to download the eBook containing a transcription and additional exercises. We use our senses every minute, but do you know any colloquial English expressions about them? You will do after completing this unit, where Katie describes things like ways to say something smells bad, and Tom tries to guess. Do you know which a…
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A change is as good as a rest. Everything in life changes all the time – after this unit you'll be better at using natural colloquial English to describe these changes. You'll also learn how to change the topic of a conversation in English, and which animal we say can never change. Visit http://zappenglish.com to download the eBook containing a tra…
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Feet, trousers, shoes – all these things are linked to rules & regulations. You'll find out how in this colloquial English unit and you'll soon be able to speak about rules and regulations just like a native English speaker. In this unit Katie will be describing the colloquialisms and Donnie will be guessing. Donnie's from Scotland, so you'll get t…
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This colloquial English unit is all about the world and globalisation (USA: Globalization). Did you know that we have lots of expressions in English using the word world? You're going to learn some colloquial English 'world' idioms and phrases. See if you can guess the expressions before Cathy does. This is also a good chance to hear a North Americ…
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Visit http://zappenglish.com to download the eBook containing a transcription and additional exercises. In this unit you'll learn some new and different colloquial English expressions to talk about what might happen in the future. Katie will describe ways of predicting the future and colloquial English phrases to express how likely things are, whil…
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Whether you are a party person or a stay-at-home person, we have some colloquial English expressions to describe entertainment, and how you spend your free time. Katie will be describing the expressions and Mark will be trying to guess them. Visit http://zappenglish.com to download the eBook containing a transcription and additional exercises.…
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British people are famous for joking and humour (USA: humor). In this unit, you'll learn lots of different colloquial expressions to talk about jokes, laughter, being silly and laughing at your friends. There are a few phrases here that you shouldn't use around your grandmother! Visit http://zappenglish.com to download the eBook containing a transc…
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