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I am incredibly fortunate to be joined on the podcast by my friend Honoka! We talked about how she was raised bilingual despite never living overseas, and Honoka gave some really useful advice on how to help children learn English naturally! We also discussed Japan’s recent performance in the gender inequality rankings and tried to explain why Japan is so unequal.Keep reading
Today I’m joined by one of my oldest friends – James Brock. I invited James on to Thinking in English today because I think all of you listening can be inspired by James’ approach to studying languages, his ability to throw himself into foreign cultures, and his dedication to becoming an advanced language speaker!Keep reading
How can you use the news to learn or improve your English? Stephen from the Simple English News Daily podcast joins us today to discuss the news, how you can use the news in your daily study plans, and also some predictions for future news stories. I really enjoyed talking with Stephen, and I hope you also enjoy listening to this episode!Keep reading
Sanam Monteiro is poet, activist, political science graduate, youth worker, former intern for United Nations Women, and a friend of mine who once let me sleep on her sofa in Brussels! I invited Sanam on to Thinking in English today to discuss her experiences of both learning and teaching English.Keep reading
Does your English accent matter? Does British English really exist? How can you become more confident in your English speaking skills? On today’s episode, Dan Sensei joins us to discuss some of these questions and give you all some great advice and motivation!Keep reading
Join Marie from the Feminist Majo and myself for a conversation on feminism, women in East Asia, and how to develop your language skills to be able to study at a top English language university!Keep reading
What is the point of studying an ancient language? Should the government fund Latin study? And what are the connections between Latin and English? Hopefully, we will answer all these questions in today’s episode!Keep reading
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