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Episode description In this edition of Jeremy’s English Tips, you’ll learn an idiomatic English expression that you can use to talk about sensitive situations. Take a listen and learn how to speak English like a native speaker! Take home messages When Tom was a kid, he felt like he was always walking on eggshells whenRead MoreRead More
In this Catch Word episode, Andrew and Kassy teach you some useful English expressions to use to talk about doing the bare minimum amount of work. After listening to this episode, you’ll know how to gossip about your lazy coworkers using completely natural English! Fun facts According to a study done by Peter Jonason, aRead MoreRead More
Rice! Some people eat it every day. Some people only eat it once in a while. Some people only eat white rice despite there being dozens of different kinds! Join hosts Andrew and Morag as they discuss the fascinating world of rice. Fun facts Did you know that approximately 87% of the world’s rice productionRead MoreRead More
Hello everyone. This is Jeremy and you’re listening to Jeremy’s English Tips. The series where I teach you interesting expressions or share language learning tips. Episode description My English tip for you today is, become an actor. Have you seen a movie lately? Did you watch a movie in your native language or was itRead MoreRead More
Have you ever wished you could join a quest to find hidden treasure, battle bloodthirsty monsters, and cast magic spells alongside a group of your closest friends? Then look no further than this episode, where Andrew and Morag introduce you to the world of Dungeons & Dragons. But beware: it’s not for the weak ofRead MoreRead More
Want to know what it’s like to visit a place where the people speak your second (or third) language? Jeremy tells Andrew about his trip to Mexico, where he spoke Spanish with the locals and took his son on adventures. Fun facts Did you know there is a species of cheetah that lives in Asia?Read MoreRead More
In this Simplified Speech episode, we have a very special guest, Mohammad from Iran. Along with our host Andrew, Mohammad discusses how he achieved such a high speaking level in English and shares tips on the best techniques you can use, as well. Fun facts Did you know there is a species of cheetah thatRead MoreRead More
The end of the calendar year is often a time to reflect on the past year and look ahead to the next. So why not do that while practicing your English skills! In this episode of Chatterbox, Andrew and Jeremy will help you with just that. Join them as they chat about the highlights ofRead MoreRead More
In your country, do you have cute names that you use for family members? Have you ever wondered what kind of names we use in English-speaking countries? Well, pal, then this is the episode for you! Listen to Andrew and Suzanne talk about a variety of different pet names we use to address the peopleRead MoreRead More
In this episode, Suzanne and Andrew teach you some important tips for perfecting two really difficult aspects of English pronunciation, R and L! Study with this episode and make your English sound clearer and more understandable. Note The English Accent Coach is an interactive game that can help you improve your English accent. Check itRead MoreRead More
Transcript Hello everyone. This is Jeremy and you’re listening to Jeremy’s English Tips. The series where I teach you interesting expressions or share language learning tips. In this episode, we are going to talk about language exchange and friendship. Now, when I talk to people about language learning most people don’t understand what language exchangeRead MoreRead More
Houseplants add colour and life to any room. Andrew and Suzanne talk about their love for houseplants, the plants in their collections, and their best care tips. Find out how to talk about adding a bit of nature to your home in this Simplified Speech episode. Fun facts Houseplants are becoming more and more popularRead MoreRead More
Have you ever tried something and it didn’t go the way you’d planned? In this Catch Word episode, Andrew and Jeremy introduce useful expressions for talking about past experiences that didn’t work out the way we might have hoped. Fun facts Albert Einstein has a famous quote that says, “A person who never made aRead MoreRead More
Transcript Hello everyone. This is Jeremy and you’re listening to Jeremy’s English Tips. A series by the Culips English Podcast where I teach you interesting expressions or share language learning tips. OK, let’s get started with another episode of Jeremy’s English Tips. Thank you for listening today. In this episode, we are going to talkRead MoreRead More
We’re really happy we receive so many emails for our listeners! So in this Chatterbox episode, our hosts Andrew and Jeremy have decided to answer as many emails as they can in one episode. Maybe we’ve answered your questions! Fun facts At one point in this episode, hosts Andrew and Jeremy talk about their desireRead MoreRead More
In another listener-requested episode, Andrew and Suzanne talk about quitting jobs. Quitting a job is never easy; it requires preparation, courage, and a leap of faith. Andrew and Suzanne talk about why they quit certain jobs in the past and how they felt afterward. Fun facts Have you ever heard of ghosting? Ghosting is aRead MoreRead More
Transcript Hello there, this is Jeremy and you’re listening to Jeremy’s English Tips, a series by the Culips English Podcast where I teach you interesting expressions or share language learning tips. So, in this episode, I am going to talk to you about listening, now you are already listening to a podcast in English. So,Read MoreRead More
He got into a fight and now he’s spittin’ chiclets? What on earth does that mean? Well, if you played hockey in Canada, you would certainly know the answer. In fact, the sport of hockey has many interesting expressions. In this Catch Word episode, Andrew tests Jeremy’s knowledge of these unique sayings. Fun facts OnRead MoreRead More
Hello everyone, this is Jeremy and you’re listening to Jeremy’s English Tips, a series by the Culips English Podcast where I teach you interesting expressions or share language learning tips. Trailer (Episode #1): Introduction to Jeremy’s English Tips Hello there Culips listeners, this is the very first episode of Jeremy’s English Tips. I wanted toRead MoreRead More
How many people do you know who have founded a few international, multimillion-dollar companies? Well, today we’re talking about one. He wants to go to Mars! He wants to send people from Los Angeles to San Francisco in 36 minutes! Today, our hosts Andrew and Jeremy talk about one of the most interesting people inRead MoreRead More
Do you have any furry friends at home? In this Simplified Speech episode, Andrew and Suzanne talk all about pets. Enjoy this episode requested by one of our very own Culips listeners. Fun facts Did you know that cats can jump up to seven times their own height? Also, the most popular breed of petRead MoreRead More
We have another special guest for you today! Steve Kaufmann is a successful polyglot, entrepreneur, and YouTuber. He runs a company called LingQ, which is a language studying platform. Join regular Chatterbox host Andrew and Steve for this fascinating conversation on language and learning. Fun facts In this episode, special guest Steve Kaufmann mentions thatRead MoreRead More
Have you been cooped up inside all day? Why don’t you go out and enjoy the sunshine while listening to a brand-new Culips episode? In this Catch Word episode, Andrew and Jeremy introduce two useful expressions that one can use when experiencing boredom and restlessness. Fun facts There are various types of boredom in ourRead MoreRead More
Culips really appreciates the feedback we get from our listeners. One such member, Iván from Spain, impressed Andrew with his story so much that we just had to have him on the podcast! Iván is a good example of a success story for learning English. Give this episode a good listen! Fun facts Special guestRead MoreRead More
In this week’s Simplified Speech episode, Andrew and Kassy discuss one of Kassy’s favourite sports, ultimate Frisbee. Have you ever heard of it? If not, be sure to tune in and find out about this exciting sport. Fun facts Ultimate has been a sport since the early 1970s. The rules were created at Columbia High.Read MoreRead More
What’s the topic today? It totally slipped my mind. Oh, that’s right! Today’s topic is forgetfulness. In this Catch Word episode, Andrew and Suzanne provide useful phrases to express forgetfulness when our mind goes blank and we can’t remember what we wanted to say. Enjoy! Fun facts Did you know there’s a world record forRead MoreRead More
Have we got a treat for you! Andrew goes to his mother’s hometown in Scotland and interviews his cousin, Sarah. They talk about language, rural life, the Scottish weather, and vintage cars. We’re sure you’ll enjoy listening to Sarah’s stories … And her great Scottish accent! Fun facts Edinburgh, Scotland, hosts the world’s largest artsRead MoreRead More
Suzanne and Andrew share a great English pronunciation lesson about how to pronounce and hear the differences between some difficult minimal pairs. If you struggle to pronounce or hear English vowels, you won’t want to miss this episode!! Note The audio for the practice exercises is included at the end of the ad-free version ofRead MoreRead More
Have you ever lived in a place with noisy neighbours? It can be quite annoying when you’re trying to enjoy the peace and quiet of your own home, right? In today’s Simplified Speech episode, which was requested by a listener, Andrew and Suzanne talk about their experiences with their own pesky, noisy neighbours. Fun factsRead MoreRead More
Neither? Either? Me too? Agreeing with someone in English can be complicated, especially when you add negatives, positives, and different verb tenses. To help you out, Andrew and Suzanne discuss ways of agreeing like a native speaker. Fun facts During this episode, our hosts mention a space movie. Even though we might think Star WarsRead MoreRead More
Have you ever been in a traffic accident? In this listener-suggested episode, Andrew and Morag talk about traffic accidents that commonly occur in Canada and around the globe. Fun facts The Canadian Transportation Safety Board estimates that Canada has an average of 160,000 traffic accidents per year. Annually, 20% of these accidents are due toRead MoreRead More
In this interesting Chatterbox episode, Andrew and Kassy answer a Culips listener’s questions about high school life in Canada and the United States. How was high school different for you? Listen and find out! Fun facts Boston Latin, in Boston, Massachusetts, is the oldest high school in the United States. It was founded in 1635!Read MoreRead More
Recently, there have been quite a few posts popping up on social media about the new live-action Little Mermaid movie set to release sometime in the next few years. This movie is getting a lot of media coverage due to Disney’s decision to cast 19-year-old Halle Bailey as the main character, Ariel. Listen to AndrewRead MoreRead More
Long-time Culips host Suzanne is visited by her mom, Emily! Her mother is such an interesting person. In this Chatterbox episode, they talk about her career as a nurse, her travels in Montreal, and her future travel plans to Aruba! Fun facts Do you know anyone who always thinks they are sick? There’s an EnglishRead MoreRead More
Summertime! Every year when summer rolls around, people get excited about the warm weather and, of course, all the good foods to eat during the season. Find out what kind of summer foods our hosts Andrew and Kassy enjoy the most in this Simplified Speech episode. Fun facts In this episode, Andrew mentions very expensiveRead MoreRead More
Imagine being fluent in two or three languages—that would be great! But some people can speak five, ten, twenty languages! Those people are called polyglots. In this Chatterbox episode, Andrew speaks with polyglot YouTuber Lindie Botes about language and the best techniques to learn many of them. Fun facts Ziad Fazah is recognized as theRead MoreRead More
Have you ever watched a really bad movie and been at a loss for words on how to describe just how terrible it was? If so, look no further! In today’s Real Talk episode, Andrew and Jeremy give some useful words and phrases to talk about movies that just aren’t your thing. Fun facts TheRead MoreRead More
Are you in the market for a new car, motorcycle, lawnmower, or the like? In today’s Catch Word episode, Andrew and Jeremy introduce you to some words related to machines. Fun facts The first gas-powered motorcycle was invented in Germany in 1885. It had a wooden frame and a gas engine attached to it. However,Read MoreRead More
When you think of Canada, what comes to mind? How about when you think of America? In this fun episode of Chatterbox, Andrew and Kassy talk about common stereotypes in Canada and America: the good, the bad, and the ugly. Fun facts Stereotypes exist in every country and in every part of society. Even byRead MoreRead More
Game shows can be exciting. They can be informative. But, since the invention of the television, they are most of all consistently popular. In this Chatterbox episode, Andrew and Morag talk about popular game shows in North America and who really watches them. Give it a listen! Fun facts In this episode, our hosts talkRead MoreRead More
What do birthdays mean to you? Getting one year older? Eating cake and ice cream? Making birthday wishes? In this Simplified Speech episode, Andrew and Jeremy chat about birthday traditions. Fun facts There are some funny birthday traditions around the world. For example, in Germany, if you are still single at the time of yourRead MoreRead More
Talking about learning a language, even one you are not learning yourself, can be a great way to improve your skills. In this Chatterbox episode, Andrew speaks with special guest Matt from the YouTube channel Matt vs Japan. Even though Matt is a learner of Japanese, he shares so much great insight and many interestingRead MoreRead More
In this episode, Suzanne and Andrew teach you a pronunciation tip that will make your English sound more natural: the flap! Take a listen and learn how, when, and why you should use the flap in your own speech. Note The audio for the practice exercises is included at the end of the ad-free versionRead MoreRead More
Have you ever heard of K-pop? How about BTS? BTS is the name of a Korean boy band whose popularity is sweeping the globe. In this episode, Andrew and Kassy talk about the ins and outs of K-pop, and even some slang terms related to this music movement. Fun facts The Korean boy band BTSRead MoreRead More
Sympathy and empathy: these are two words that even native English speakers have difficulty with! In this Catch Word episode, Andrew and Suzanne help you understand these two similar but different words. We hope you’ll learn a lot! Fun facts Sympathy comes from two old Greek words meaning “with” and “feeling.” Even though that wasRead MoreRead More
Are you the kind of person who likes to research and buy all of the latest technologies, or do you long for the days before smartphones when the world was full of record players and film cameras? In this Simplified Speech episode, Andrew and Jeremy discuss the differences between digital and analog technology and reminisceRead MoreRead More
Every country has its own unique school system. In this Simplified Speech episode, our hosts Andrew and Morag discuss what it’s like to go to elementary school in Canada. You will hear about children’s daily lives, extracurricular activities, and the differences between private and public schools. There’d so much to talk about! Fun facts UnlikeRead MoreRead More
In this special Chatterbox episode, Andrew does a behind-the-scenes interview with Kassy, one of Culips’ very own study guide writers. Tune in to learn about one of our newest team members! Fun facts Kassy is from Hershey, Pennsylvania, in the United States. Hershey is not just a name, but the headquarters of the international companyRead MoreRead More
Andrew answers more of your questions from the recent Instagram live broadcast in this short, bonus episode! Transcript: Hey everybody. This is Andrew from Culips and I wanted to hop behind the mic here for a special episode because yesterday I did our very first Culips English Podcast live event on Instagram. And it wasRead MoreRead More
The cinema is such a powerful medium. Movies are a good way to pass the time, but they also have the power to change the world! In this Real Talk episode, Andrew and Suzanne will help you with vocabulary and expressions you can use to express yourself in English when talking about the movies youRead MoreRead More
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