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  • everybody, welcome back to our weekly live stream.

  • My name is Alicia, and today we're going to talk about how to learn English on your commute.

  • I will give you some ideas for your studies that you can use on your way to work or on your wages, school and, of course, on the way home as well.

  • So today will be just some study idea, some methods that you can consider.

  • I'm going to cover some ideas whether you go by bus or by train, or you drive a car or even if you work from home, maybe just a couple of ideas to consider to start and end your day.

  • So we're going to cover reading and writing and speaking and listening ideas.

  • And, of course, if you have some ideas, please feel free to send those in the chat as well.

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  • How to learn English.

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  • Today's topic is how to learn English during your commute.

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  • So first I want to talk about some listening and some speaking ideas for maybe those of you who drive a car or you have some kind of private space where you can practice on your way to and from work.

  • So first idea first study idea is to listen to and repeat after audio lessons, audio lessons.

  • So for those of you who have an account on our website in English Class one No.

  • One uh, you can download and listen to our audio lessons there about 10 or 15 minutes long.

  • Some are a little bit shorter, some of it longer s.

  • So if you have this kind of private space where you can actually repeat like you're in the privacy of private space in your own car, or maybe like in your house in the morning, uh, you can actually repeat after the lessons.

  • If you don't have a private space, maybe you can just listen to the audio lessons.

  • So some thoughts about this is first, choose a lesson that's focused on a key expression or a specific target.

  • So when you're choosing, like, which audio lesson to study during your commute, maybe it's better to choose a lesson that's focused on something like this likes some ideas might be how to introduce yourself.

  • So how does they like my name is and so on or howto order at a restaurant?

  • Or how to talk about your hobbies, thes air?

  • Just a few ideas.

  • The reason I would suggest these kinds of lessons are because, if especially if you're driving, it's really important to focus on the road, right?

  • So you want to make sure you can easily listen and repeat the information.

  • Studying grammar Trying to think about grammar might be a little bit difficult to do.

  • So try to choose a specific target for the lesson like you're tryingto you have a specific expression you're practicing or you have, like a specific phrase or question that you're practicing.

  • So choose a lesson that's focused on a key expression.

  • Another idea is if your commute is 20 plus minutes or 20 plus meaning 20 or more minutes.

  • Uh, then you can think about this idea.

  • Do one new lesson.

  • So you have a new lesson on your way.

  • Like like your first lesson is a new lesson.

  • So a lesson you have not studied before and then you do a review.

  • So you review like the previous day's lesson or you review an old lesson, something like that.

  • So if you if you have this time, you can give yourself the opportunity to learn something new, like a new expression and new a new phrase, a new question and you have the opportunity to review something from a previous study session, so this can be good if you have a longer commute or if you just have a little bit more time on your way to work or school, Uh, or, of course, on the way home as well.

  • Okay.

  • Ah, And then little last point here is Just remember to review on your way home.

  • So whatever lesson you listened to in the morning, consider listening to that lesson again on your way home.

  • So, like, eight hours nine hours later, 10 hours later, depending on your schedule.

  • So this is something you can do?

  • As I said, of course you can listen to it.

  • Just listen to the lesson.

  • Uh, if you're on, like, a train or a bus and there are other people around, But if you're in a car, you can actually speak like repeat after the Native Speaker.

  • Repeat after the person who's talking in the lesson.

  • So some ideas, uh, you can check out We have lessons.

  • We have audio lessons on our website.

  • Of course.

  • So please have a look at those, uh, there.

  • If you don't know at English Class 101 dot com.

  • We do have audio lessons, lots and lots of audio lessons there, so please check those out.

  • Some other ideas, especially for, like intermediate or advanced learners, some listening ideas, our English news, English news, especially English news for learners.

  • So if you Google just English news for learners or English for learners I'm sorry.

  • English news sites for learners you can find some resource is online where people will share the news.

  • But they use a specific English, a specific type of English, uh, four learners for people who are studying.

  • So they'll introduce key vocabulary points, idioms and other expression.

  • Finally, another cool ideas Podcasts, podcast if you don't know what a podcast is Ah, podcast is kind of like a radio show, but a podcast is made like by individual people.

  • So you can choose a topic that's interesting to you and find a show about that so you could do this, like with your phone, like just with your smartphone.

  • Uh, if you have a smartphone or even if you don't have a smartphone, you can search for podcasts on like apple podcasts or a Spotify or other podcast libraries directories, and you can find a topic that suits your interest S O.

  • If you have, maybe if you have a podcast that you like you can send it in the chat so other people can find it.

  • So if you have a recommendation for something you like to listen to, you can check that up.

  • And oftentimes, podcasts have notes.

  • There are, like notes about each episode of the podcast, so you can check maybe some of the key information in written form there.

  • So that's another resource that you can consider.

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