In this premium episode, we will continue with our series Grammar and Speaking and we’ll talk today about have to and must; the similarities and differences between them and how we can use them in different contexts to be able to express ourselves more efficiently in English.
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In episode 01 of The Last of Us Stories Plus Series by English Plus Podcast, what seemed to be a happy birthday night turned out to be full of horror, heartache, and loss.
In this Grammar and Speaking episode, we’re going to discuss the differences in using can, could and be able to. We will learn how to use them to convey different meanings and that will only help us express ourselves better, which is the ultimate goal of any grammar episode on English Plus Podcast.
In today’s Beyond Earth Series episode, we will learn about our own galaxy, the Milky Way. We will start learning more about our own stars and other stars in our galaxy, and then we will go even further to talk about black holes and dark matter.
In this episode, we’re going to learn about how to express happiness, sadness and anger using commonly used idioms.
In today’s Word Power episode, we’ll talk about one of the most powerful artistic collaborations in American history between Celia Thaxter and Childe Hassam, and we’re going to learn 10 new words in context.
In this first episode from our brand new series Brain Myths, we’re going to discuss two questions or myths, Are bigger brains smarter? and Are our brains perfectly designed?
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Would you put on your bathing suit and jump into icy water? Would you slide down a snowy hill on your bare stomach? Imagine how cold that would feel! You would freeze. Penguins, however, do this all the time. Penguins swim in cold water. They slide on their bellies over ice and snow.