Posts Tagged ‘radio listener’

How to become an excellent English speaker

29 September 2017

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

(José Mourinho)

 

.watch youtube videos

.listen to BBC podcasts (almost every day)

.read novels and short stories

.overuse dictionaries

.have a look at lots of newspapers (the Independent, the Daily Mail)

.get involved in social links (facebook, twitter, imgur)

.enjoy songs & lyrics

.stay in the UK for long periods of time

.be a kind of radio listener of euronews (*smartphone user)

*

http://www.euronews.com/live

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Radio “Gravity”(radio.garden)

14 January 2017

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

gravity03mdj

Radio Gravity.-

enlace a cualquier emisora de radio del mundo aquí:

http://radio.garden/live/st-helier/bbc-radio-jersey/

vía @pepefouzh

N.B

He elegido St Helier en la isla de Jersey,

the Channel Islands (UK)

,- K.F

A good English language speaker …

29 March 2016

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

Egon-Schiele

A good English language speaker 

usually:

listens to podcasts from the BBC

understands what he listens

listens to songs and ballads

understands most of the lyrics

reads newspapers

understands the news

reads literature

enjoys reading fictional stories

loves letters

has one or two dictionaries available next to himself

tries doing grammar exercises of any level

speaks clear

masters vocabulary and elegant expressions

fancies Latin or fancies Greek

works with hiperbatos, metaphors and rhymes

 

Mostly good speakers of any language are radio listeners, newspaper readers and queer fish

 


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