Podcasts, also known as online radios help you listen to talk shows right on your phone. Increasingly, English learners are more interested in this form of learning because of natural communication conversations, not as forced as in pedagogical audio. Get up in the morning and sip a cup of coffee while listening to these podcasts to practice your reflexes!
This is an American podcast that specializes in extraordinary stories of extraordinary Americans, each with different themes like “back to school” or “themed park”. Interesting stories in the form of citizen interviews are a great way for you to listen to different regional voices in the US, the way dialogue is guided and the color of the language used.
Coming from the famous radio station BBC Worldwide, Global News specializes in current news from the world of culture, politics, and economy. With a standard, easy-listening voice, you can easily learn common pronunciation and learn new words more complex than regular conversations.
Scientific American Podcast: 60-Second Science:
Dedicated to science lovers, this podcast delves into topics of physics, astronomy and invention … using easy-to-understand, everyday language. This is an extremely rich source of scientific vocabulary for anyone with a passion for the field.
This online radio station attracts viewers by exploiting problems in life from a unique and unique perspective. Not only is the comment, the host makes the argument, the thinking is very interesting, although it can be difficult to keep up with new learners of English but is a way for you to get used to the more complex conversations.
Led by TV star Alec Balwin, the podcast focuses on interviewing leading figures in the arts, music, entertainment industry about their inspiration, career and life. Each person has a different expression and expression, so listeners can learn how to express themselves through language and learn specific words and phrases in each industry.
NPR is an American radio station specializing in news about culture and life across the country. NPR’s advantage is a clear, easy-listening, loud voice, not difficult for newcomers to follow and practice pronunciation. At the same time, a variety of topics with various forms of broadcasting from storytelling to simulating help listeners enrich their professional vocabulary and communication from everyday life.