22. Full Interview with Vicky from China


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Luke’s English Podcast is for learners of English as a foreign language. Use it to improve your listening, pronunciation, vocabulary, grammar and cultural awareness. Luke is a teacher at The London School of English, but this is a completely independent free podcast for everyone. Email me: luketeacher@hotmail.com

Hello everyone. This podcast is the full interview that Vicky did with me a couple of weeks ago. We talk about teaching English, using podcasts in the classroom, the advantages and disadvantages of student podcasts, how to learn English, what a guinea pig is, and how to use an all-in-one remote controller!

There’s no transcript for this episode! But, if you listen to the last podcast in which Vicky gives some advice on learning English, you’ll know that sometimes it is better for your English to listen without a transcript.

My advice for this episode is:

  • Don’t try to understand every word you hear
  • Don’t worry if you don’t understand everything – you don’ t have to
  • Just try to understand the topic of the conversation and the basic things
  • Try to use your imagination and guess some of the things you don’t understand – fill in the gaps in your listening
  • Try to enjoy listening! It should be an interesting topic with information that’s useful for you
  • Listen to the conversation more than once – you’ll understand and remember more each time
  • Play the podcast when you are at home, doing the housework – just have it on in the background

Here are some pictures of things Vicky and I talked about:

Guinea Pig

guinea-pig

All-in-one remote control

remote control

3 responses to “22. Full Interview with Vicky from China

  1. Pingback: Teacher Luke’s lessons | Notes

  2. fantastic tune at the end of this podcast!ahaha,great Luke. I’ve just listened that interview and I’ve appreciated it a lot. I’ve been listening to you for almost one month and your website is useful and enjoable at the same time.
    From Italy,Tommaso

  3. I appreciated the advice how using transcripts in our learning practice. Thanks for the complete transcript Luke.

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