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Earth day is coming up, and so is episode 2 of This&Th@ English w/ Dayne & Katie. Because of this, the theme for episode 2 of the podcast is 'The Environment.' We want EC members to be in the…Continue
Hello my precious EC friends.Today I sat down for what seemed like an age, and my mind took an unexpected journey across Middle Earth.No, I am not speaking Elvish, I am talking about watching The…Continue
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In this Episode of This&Th@ Katie and I discuss Earth Hour & other ways to protect the environment. Thanks to those of you who have written to us and answered our questions. Unfortunately we couldn't feature everyone's responses, so please check the PDF to see if your response is there! :)
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This&Th@ (This and That) English is a fun filled podcast for English learners!
Join voice over artist/broadcaster Katie Adler & EC Member/English teacher Dayne Collins every month as they host a fun filled 'edutaining' podcast. This&Th@ is designed to help you improve your English skills the fun way. You won't even realise you're studying!…Continue
English Vs Japanese By Dayne Collins - Academia ESL
Ninjas are badass, I really enjoy sashimi, and Japanese horror films are definitely the scariest.
It's no secret that Japan is the home of many interesting things. Did you know that Japan is also the home to three different writing systems? In English, we have to worry about one alphabet containing 26 letters. Japan has Hiragana, Katakana, and Kanji. Wrap your mind around…
English vs Korean By Dayne Collins - Academia ESL
K-pop is pretty huge right now, and many of us have had some exposure to the Korean language. Personally, I like to able to politely thank the kind lady at the Korean grocer for giving me free candy when I buy a big bag of Kimchi. (I tried making my own… wow, it was really bad.)
What is it that makes Korean and English…Continue