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AE 619: Stop Saying “I’m Shocked”

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AE 618 – Expression: Pull Your Head In

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AE 617: Stop Saying “I Don’t Know”

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AE 616 – Interview: The Best and Worst of Australian History with David Hunt

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AE 615: 25 Better Ways to Say “I’m Happy” in English

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AE 614 – How to Talk about Surfing and the Beach in English

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AE 613.2: Surfing History & Australia

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AE 613.1 – Expression: Apples and Oranges

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AE 612 – Interview: Life in the Australian Outback with Will Maas

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AE 611: Don’t Attribute to Malice What Can Be Explained by Stupidity

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AE 610 – Aussie English Was in the Newspaper!

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AE 609 – Don’t Say “I’m Confused”… Use These Advanced English Options

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AE 608.2 – Deadly Brain-Shrinking Fungus

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AE 608.1 – Expression: Pick Someone’s Brains

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AE 607 – Interview: How a Yorkshire Chimney Sweep Ended up in Australia with Jon Stewart – Part 2

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AE 606 – A Leap of Faith: The Story of Pete Smissen & Aussie English

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AE 605: Stop Saying “I’m Angry”… Use These Advanced English Options

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AE 604.2 – Australia’s Worst Introduced Species

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AE 604.1 – Expression: A Pet Peeve

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AE 603: FOR vs TO – Advanced Interactive English Lesson + Quiz

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AE 602: Your Biggest Weapon When Learning English

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AE 601.2: Bush Medicine

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AE 601.1 – Expression: Gild the Lily

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AE 600: The Future of Aussie English

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AE 599: Your Worst Enemy When Learning English

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AE 598: 75+ Commonly Shortened Words in English

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AE 597 – Interview: How a Yorkshire Chimney Sweep Ended up in Australia with Jon Stewart

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AE 596: How to Pronounce the 8 x Long Vowels in Australian English

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AE 595.2 – John Gould: The Father of Australian Birds

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AE 595.1 – Expression: Draw a Blank on Something

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AE 594 – Interview: How to Start Bull Riding with Ruth Vogelsang

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AE 593 – Advanced English Fluency Technique: Drilling

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AE 592: 15 Years in Australia after Migrating from China with Yong

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AE 591: How to Develop Fluency in English with Macro & Micro Islands

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AE 590: The Truth about Native-Level English

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AE 589.2 – Australian Coffee Culture

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AE 589.1 – Expression: Spill the Beans

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AE 588: The Most Important Phrase in English

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AE 587: How to Pronounce the 7 x Short Vowels in Australian English

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AE 586: How We’re Raising a Bilingual Baby with Pete & Kel

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AE 585.2 – The History of Australian Pies

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AE 585.1 – Expression: Have Your Finger in Many Pies

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AE 584 – Interview- How to Speak English like a Native with Polyglot Lukas Van Vyve

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AE 583.2 – Australian Rodeos

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AE 583.1 – Expression: Throw Caution to the Wind

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AE 582 – How to Read More Books!

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AE 581.2 – Push Gangs in Australia

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AE 581.1 – Expression: Tit for Tat

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AE 580: A Brief History of Swearing

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AE 579 – Expression: Walk a Mile in Someone’s Shoes

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AE 578 – Interview: Duaa Down Under – Part 1

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AE 577 – Expression: A Kick in the Guts

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AE 576 – Expression: Go Down a Storm

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AE 575 – Ask Pete Anything: ‘Yeah, nah’, EN- & EX- pronunciation, THE vs A/AN, and more!

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AE 574 – Expression: Down the Track

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AE 573 – Expression: The Bee’s Knees

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AE 572 – Interview: Kel & Pete Chat About Noah’s Birth

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AE 571 – Expression: Beg to Differ

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AE 570 – Expression: No Worse For Wear

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AE 569 – Interview: Kel’s Final Weeks

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AE 568: How to Build Confidence in English by Changing Your Habits

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AE 567 – Expression: Wrap Your Head Around Something

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AE 566 – Interview: Australian Politics & the 2019 Australian Federal Election with Ian Smissen

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AE 565 – Interview: Non-English Speaking Migrants Learn More Aussie Slang with Ksenia Gnevsheva

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AE 564 – WWP: Shepparton Workshop Recap

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AE 563 – My Country: Aussie Troops Ordered not to Use Slang in Front of American Soldiers

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AE 562 – Expression: That’s All She Wrote

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AE3: My Childhood at the Farm

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AE 561 – Interview: Weekend Away at the Farm with Kel & Pete

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AE 560 – Expression: Put Your Head Above the Parapet

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AE 559: How to Improve Your English Reading Skills

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AE 558 – Interview: Saving Wombats One at a Time with Nick Bean

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AE 557 – Expression: Bent Out of Shape

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AE 556 – Interview: How a Polyglot Learns Languages Living Abroad with Lindie Botes

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AE2: Pete & Kelt Talk about Echidnas & New Visa Changes in Australia

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AE 555: Pete & Kel Talk About Babies & Pizza

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AE 554 – Expression: The Penny Drops

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AE 553 – Interview: Moving from Japan to Hawaii & Starting an English Podcast with Aiko Hemingway

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AE 552 – Expression: Done and Dusted

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AE1: Vaccines, Births, and Prenatal Classes

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AE 551 – WWP: Latest News

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AE 550 – Expression: Take Someone Down a Notch (or Two)

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AE 549: Australian English Pronunciation Course

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AE 548 – Expression: Get on Someone’s Nerves

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AE 547: Pregnancy, Baby Showers, & the Recent New Zealand Tragedy

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AE 546 – Expression: Seal of Approval

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AE 545: Linking VOWEL SOUNDS with W or Y or R?

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AE 544 – Expression: Wear Your Heart on Your Sleeve

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AE 543 – Interview: Why Snakes AREN’T the Enemy with Ross McGibbon

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AE 542 – Expression: Touch Base with Someone

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AE 541: HOW to PRONOUNCE Past Participle -ED Endings in ENGLISH

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AE 540: 1 Tip to Level Up Your English

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AE 539 – Interview: How a Brazilian Moved to Australia and Became an English Teacher with Sávio Meireles Lemos

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AE 538 – Expression: Tie Up Loose Ends

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AE 537: 18 Confusing Words: Australian vs American English

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AE 536 – My Country: Is Australian English Dying?

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AE 535 – Expression: Fly On the Wall

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AE 534 – Interview: Gary the Goat, Rude Comedy & How to Swear Like an Aussie with Jimbo Bazoobi

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AE 533 – Expression: Once Bitten, Twice Shy

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AE 532 – Interview: American vs Australian English and Learning English in 2019 with Stef the English Coach

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AE 531 – My Country: Australian Weather 2019 – Droughts, Bushfires, & Floods

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AE 530 – Interview: Growing Up as a Gamer Down Under with Rory Douglas

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AE 529 – Interview: A Brazilian Bloke Born in an Aussie Body with Hugo Groom

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AE 528 – My Country: Migrants Learn Aussie Slang Faster Than English-Speaking Migrants

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AE 527: 20 Weeks Down & More News!

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AE 526 – My Country: Spider bites man on the…

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AE 525 – Expression: Go Down the Gurgler

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AE 524 – Interview: How Richard Delamore Learnt Esperanto to Fluency Online

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AE 523: How to talk about THE WEATHER | IELTS Lesson 5

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AE 522 – Interview: A 12-Year Adventure Teaching English in China with Andrew Lawson

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AE 521 – Expression: Have Tickets on Yourself

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AE 520: A 2018 Recap & 2019 Plans for Aussie English

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AE 519: How to talk about TRAVELLING & HOLIDAYS | IELTS Lesson 4

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AE 518: An Aussie Christmas with Kel and Pete

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AE 517 – Expression: Go Out On A Limb

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AE 516: Few, A Few, Very Few, & Quite A Few – What’s the difference?

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AE 515: 13 x Hand Expressions + TEST

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AE 514 – Informal English: ‘To Be Shit’ vs ‘To Be THE Shit’

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AE 513: How to talk about HOBBIES | IELTS Lesson 3

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Announcement: How the Aussie English Memberships Work

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AE 512: Kel & I Chat about Our New Studio & House

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AE 511 – Expression: Not Have a Bar of It

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AE 510: A Chat about Pregnancy in Australia with Kel & Pete

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AE 509: Buying Second-Hand Stuff Online in Australia

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AE 508 – IELTS Course: Lesson 2 – Family

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AE 507 – Expression: Out of the Blue

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AE 506: Kel & I Talk about Our Wedding & Marriage in Australia

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AE 505: Kel & My News & 7-Day Epic Sale!

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AE 504: How to Build English-Speaking Confidence

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AE 503 – IELTS Course: Lesson 1 – Cultural differences

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AE 502 – Expression: Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is

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AE 501 – Interview: How Luma & Artur Moved to Australia from Brazil

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AE 500: Celebrating 500 Episodes with Special Student Guests!

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AE 499 – Expression: — Up a Storm

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AE 498 – Expression: Down-to-Earth

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AE 497 – Expression: On Thin Ice

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AE 496 – Interview: Why You Should Learn Canadian English with Dana Catherwood

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AE 495 – Expression: Dodge a Bullet

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AE 494 – WWP: A Change in Direction for Aussie English

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AE 493 – Expression: Go Pear-Shaped

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AE 492 – How to Get Permanent Residency in Australia with Mai Medina Part 2

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AE 491 – Expression: The World Is Your Oyster

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AE 490 – How to Get Permanent Residency in Australia with Mai Medina Part 1

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AE 489: 50+ Difficult English Words to Pronounce

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AE 488 – Expression: Bang For Your Buck

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AE 487 – WWP: What a Day! Photography Update

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AE 486 – Expression: Cash Your Chips

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AE 485: 1 Tip to Buy Cheap Books (in Australia)

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AE 484: How to Improve Your English with Reflective Practice

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AE 483 – Expression: Bite the Bullet

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AE 482 – 50+ Australian Slang Words You Need to Learn

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AE 481 – Interview: Indigenous Life & Culture in Australia with Lydia White Elk

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AE 480 – Expression: A Taste of Your Own Medicine

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AE 479 – Interview: How to Prepare for the IELTS with Kit Perry

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AE 478: Use This ENGLISH PHRASE to SAVE $100s-$1000s

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AE 477 – Expression: Clear the Air

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AE 476 – Vlog: 1 Tip to Make Your English UNBREAKABLE!

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AE 475 – Interview: How to Become an Advanced English Speaker with Justin Hammond

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AE 474 – Expression: Bob’s Your Uncle

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AE 473 – How to Use English Articles: A, AN, & THE

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AE 472 – Interview: Learning Languages, Slang, & Pronunciation with Pronunciation with Emma

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AE 471 – WWP: A Reality Check

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AE 470 – Expression: Air Your Dirty Laundry

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AE 469 – Vlog: 1 Tip to Improve Your English Speaking

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AE 468 – WWP: Practice Makes Perfect

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AE 467 – Expression: Sink Your Teeth into It

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AE 466 – Ship or Sheep? | English Pronunciation of /i:/ vs /ɪ/

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AE 465 – Expression: Take It on the Chin

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AE 464 – CAN vs CAN’T | Australian Pronunciation & Accent Training

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AE 463 – Expression: Every Nook and Cranny

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AE 462 – Expression: Pull Up Stumps

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AE 461: How to Pronounce the Australian ‘O’

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AE 460 – Interview: Tips for Overseas Students in Australia with Melbourne Vibe

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AE 459 – Expression: Have Eyes Bigger Than Your Stomach

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AE 458 – Vlog: Language Learning Habits, Goals, & Rewards

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AE 457 – WWP: Let’s Talk About Marriage in Australia, Because… I GOT ENGAGED!

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AE 456 – Expression: Burn the Candle at Both Ends

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AE 455 – Vlog: What Happens When You Stop Learning Grammar?

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AE 454 – Expression: Have a Skeleton in Your Closet

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AE 453 – Interview: 6 Big English-Learning Mistakes You Should Avoid with Christian Saunders

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AE 452 – Expression: Look Before You Leap

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AE 451 – Fast English Fluency Training: 50+ Greetings & Goodbyes

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AE 450 – Walking with Pete: Sorrento Road Trip

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AE 449 – Expression: Get Cold Feet

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AE 448 – Interview: A Step by Step Guide to Moving to Australia to Study English with Lorena Yeves

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AE 447: 7 Reasons to Study English in Australia

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AE 446 – Expression: Bag Someone

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AE 445 – Interview: How to Stop Using Subtitles to Watch Movies & TV Shows with Cara Leopold

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AE 444 – Vlog: Australia’s Biggest Pumpkin | Collector Pumpkin Festival

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AE 443 – Expression: There Wasn’t a Dry Eye in the House

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AE 442 – Vlog: Brazilian Food Isn’t What I Expected | Australian vs Brazilian Food & Culture

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AE 441 – Interview: French vs Australian Culture with Cara Leopold

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AE 440 – Expression: Water Under the Bridge

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AE 439 – Vlog: Burgers & Beer in Canberra | Australian Food & Culture

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AE 438 – Vlog: He Destroyed My Phone – Part 2

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AE 437 – Can We Talk About Aussie English?

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AE 436 – Expression: Pack a Punch

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AE 435 – Vlog: He Destroyed My Phone!

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AE 434 – Interview: She Kicked Us Out & Stole Our Money!

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AE 433 – Vlog: Canberra Renting Nightmare!

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AE 432 – Expression: Open a Can of Worms

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AE 431: The 3 Australian Accents – General, Cultivated, & Broad

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AE 430 – Vlog: Is Canberra the Worst Australian City?

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AE 429 – Expression: Right on the Money

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AE 428 – Vlog: Old Geelong Cement Works & Informal English Conversations with James & Dave

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AE 427 – Interview: Becoming a Karate World Champion & Traveling the World with Rhys Linnett

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AE 426 – Expression: Spit the Dummy

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AE 425 – Vlog: Greetings in English, Aussie Slang, Car Vocabulary, & Daily Life English

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AE 424 – Vlog: Daily Life, Aussie Slang, Order Coffee in English

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AE 423 – Expression: To Have a Chip on Your Shoulder

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AE 422 – Interview: How to Sell a Car in Australia with James Buchan

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AE 421 – Expression: Don’t Look a Gift Horse in the Mouth

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AE 420 – Interview: Bird & Bush Photography in Australia with Ian Smissen

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AE 419: High Fat Breakfasts & Minimalism

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AE 418 – Expression: To Stab Someone in the Back

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AE 417 – Interview: Hipster Coffee, Craft Beers, & the Holden-Ford Rivalry in Australia with James Buchan

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AE 416 – Walking With Pete: How I’m Learning Portuguese

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AE 415: 6 x Aussie English Expressions Used in Episode AE 414

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AE 414 – Expression: Have Egg On Your Face

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AE 413: 4 x Awesome English Expressions Used in Episode AE 412

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AE 412 – Interview: Life Working as a Brickie in Australia with Rhys Linnett

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AE 411 – Expression: When Push Comes to Shove

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AE 410: Looking on the Bright Side of Life – Walking with Pete

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AE 409 – Expression: To Let Sleeping Dogs Lie

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AE 408 – Interview: Crocs, Muppet Pollies, & the Legend of Wildman with Damian Duffy

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AE 407: Listen vs Hear, Awkward, Odd, Weird, or Strange, & More – Live Class

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AE 406 – Expression: To Keep Someone Posted

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AE 405 – Interview: Moving to France & Starting a Podcast on Paris with Oliver Gee

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AE 404: Should Have/Would Have/Could Have, Past Tenses, & More – Live Class

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AE 403 – Expression: To Have Buckley’s Chance

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AE 402: If Clauses, Direct vs Indirect Speech, So vs Too, & More – Live Class

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AE 401 – Interview: How to Buy a Car in Australia with James Buchan

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AE 399 – Expression: Like A Stunned Mullet

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AE 398 – Interview: On Celebrating Australia Day & Changing The Date with Ian Smissen

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AE 397: Then vs Than, Past Tenses, & Spider Webs – Live Class

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AE 396 – Expression: Over The Moon

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AE 395: 401-500 Most Common Words – Australian Accent Pronunciation Exercise

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AE 394: History of Australian English, Swearing, Slang, Contractions & More – Live Class

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AE 393 – Interview: Rev Heads, Car Accidents, & Car Culture in Australia with James Buchan

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AE 392: 301-400 Most Common Words – Australian Accent Pronunciation Exercise

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AE 391 – Expression: A Blessing in Disguise

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AE 390 – Grammar in Plain English: The Singular They

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AE 389 – Facebook Live: IELTS, Must vs Have To, Australian Pronunciation & More

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AE 388 – Interview: Scottish Accents, Favourite Movies, & More with Christian from Canguro English

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AE 387: Why Adults Can Learn Languages Faster Than Children

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AE 386 – Expression: To Cut Someone Some Slack

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AE 385 – Interview: Catching Snakes to Earn a Crust, with Stuart Mckenzie

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AE 384 – Expression: To Blow The Whistle On Someone

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Satisfaction Survey

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AE 383: How To Quickly Improve Your Vocab & Pronunciation

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AE 382: Aussie English 2017 Recap & Plans For 2018

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AE 381 – Expression: To Hit The Nail On The Head

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AE 380: How To Improve Your Australian Accent With Candice Moll – Part 2

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AE 379 – Expression: To Have A Few Roos Loose In The Top Paddock

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AE 378: How To Instantly Have Better English Conversations

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Phrasal Verbs With TO – Effortless Phrasal Verb Course

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AE 377: How To Improve Your Australian Accent With Candice Moll – Part 1

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AE 376 – Expression: To Roll With The Punches

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Phrasal Verbs With WITH – Effortless Phrasal Verbs Course

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AE 375 – Expression: To Throw Your Hat Into The Ring

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AE 374 – Live Class: Ask Pete Anything

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AE 373 – Expression: To Take The Piss

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AE 372: 15 Common English Abbreviations

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Phrasal Verbs With OUT – Effortless Phrasal Verbs Course

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AE 371 – Expression: To Be On For Young And Old

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Phrasal Verbs With THROUGH – Effortless Phrasal Verbs Course

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AE 370 – Expression: Not Worth A Zack

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AE 369: 201-300 Most Common Words – Australian Accent Pronunciation Exercise

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Phrasal Verbs With OFF – Effortless Phrasal Verbs Course

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AE 368 – Expression: A Silver Bullet

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AE 367: 101-200 Most Common Words – Australian Accent Pronunciation Exercise

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Phrasal Verbs With UP – Effortless Phrasal Verbs

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AE 366: 1-100 Most Common Words – Australian Accent Pronunciation Exercise

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Phrasal Verbs With OVER – Effortless Phrasal Verbs

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AE 365 – WWP: What Do Language Learning & Fishing Have In Common?

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Phrasal Verbs With In / Into / In To / In On – Effortless Phrasal Verbs

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Phrasal Verbs With On / Onto / Upon – Effortless Phrasal Verbs

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AE 364 – Expression: Little Strokes Fell Great Oaks

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AE 363 – WWP Story Time: That Time I Caught A Deadly Snake

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AE 362 – Live Class: Aussie Slang & Ask Me Anything

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AE 361 – Guest Episode: Top 10 Mistakes Spanish Speakers Learning English Make – With Canguro English

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AE 360 – Expression: For All Hell To Break Loose

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AE 359 – Live Class: Ask Me Anything + Future AE Classroom Plans

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AE 358 – WWP – Story Time: Was This The Worst Date Ever?

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AE 357 – Interview With Nikki: An Iranian Sheila Down Under

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AE 356 – Expression: To Cut Corners

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AE 355 – Interview: 3 Aussies Talk About Gay Marriage In Australia

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Phrasal Verbs With FOR – Effortless Phrasal Verbs

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AE 354 – Expression: Six Of One, Half A Dozen Of The Other

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Phrasal Verbs With DOWN – Effortless Phrasal Verbs

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AE 354 – Interview With Mariana: A Brazilian Sheila Down Under

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Phrasal Verbs With BY – Effortless Phrasal Verbs

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Phrasal Verbs With BACK – Effortless Phrasal Verbs

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AE 353 – Expression: As Fit As A Fiddle

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AE 352 – Interview with Natalia: A Chilean Sheila Down Under

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AE 351: Expressions With ‘BUST’

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Phrasal Verbs With AWAY – Effortless Phrasal Verbs

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AE 349 – Interview with Berfi: A Turkish Sheila Down Under

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Phrasal Verbs With Around / About – Effortless Phrasal Verbs

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An Introduction To Phrasal Verbs – Effortless Phrasal Verbs

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AE 348 – Expression: To Top/Cap It All Off

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AE 347 – An Interview With Canguro English: An Aussie English Teacher In Spain

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AE 346: How Can I Speak English Faster?

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AE 345 – Expression: To Stick/Stand Out Like A Sore Thumb

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AE 344 – Interview With English With Adriana: How To Speak English Confidently

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AE 343 – Live Class: Hospitality Expressions

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AE 342 – Live Class: Aussie Slang Words Ending With “O”

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AE 341 – 1 Simple Tip To Sound Australian: The Linking R

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AE 340: How To Memorise New Vocab. Use Anki!

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AE 339 – Expression: To Pull The Wool Over Someone’s Eyes

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AE 338 – Interview: Lorena Tells Us How Go Study Australia Gives Students The Best Australian Experience!

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AE 337 – 1 Simple Tip To Sound Australian: The Intrusive R

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AE 336 – WWP: How To Learn A Language With Podcasts

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AE 335 – Expression: To Let Someone Off The Hook

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AE 334 – Aussie Culture: What’s The Typical Aussie Dish?

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AE 333 – Live Class: How To Greet Someone Like A Native

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AE 332 – WWP: In A Sunburned Country Book Review

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AE 331: How To Improve Your English Fluency

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AE 330: The 24 Australian English Consonants

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AE 329: DON’T Memorise Phrasal Verbs

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AE 328 – Expression: The Tip Of The Iceberg

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AE 327 – Accent Aid: The Indian Accent

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AE 326 – Live Class: Past Perfect vs Past Simple vs Past Perfect Continuous Tense

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AE 325 – Dunno & Doesn’no: 5 Of 5 Pronunciation Connected Speech Tips

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AE 324 – Gonna & Goin’a – 4 Of 5 Pronunciation & Connected Speech Tips

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AE 323 – Aussie Culture: Australia Votes On Marriage Equality

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AE 322: 5 Expressions To Sound Australian

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AE 321 – Expression: To Make Ends Meet

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AE 320 – Live Class: Present Perfect vs Simple Past Tense

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AE 319 – WWP: It’s Better To Suck & Be Heard, Than To Not Be Heard At All

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AE 318 – How Can I Improve My Pronunciation?

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AE 317 – Wanna & Wansta: 3 of 5 Pronunciation & Connected Speech Tips

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AE 316 – Needa & Needsta: 2 of 5 Pronunciation & Connected Speech Tips

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AE 315 – Havta & Hasta: 1 of 5 Pronunciation & Connected Speech Tips

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AE 314 – Expression: The Best Of Both Worlds

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AE 313 – Pronunciation Of The 20 Australian English Vowels

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AE 312 – Aussie Culture: What Does “Down Under” Mean?

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AE 311 – What’s The Difference Between THAT & THIS?

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AE 310 – Aussie Culture: What’s Australia’s Deadliest Animal?

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AE 309 – Aussie Culture: Can I Use Slang At Work?

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AE 308 – Q&A: Which Is The Hardest Accent To Understand?

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AE 307 – Expression: To Bite Off More Than You Can Chew

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AE 306 – Live Class: Australian Slang Terms Ending In -IE/Y

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AE 305 – Aussie Culture: What beer do you drink down under?

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AE 304 – Aussie Culture: Why Do Australians Eat Kangaroos?

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AE 303 – Expression: To Judge A Book By Its Cover

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AE 302 – Q&A: How can I practice English alone?

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AE 301 – Q&A: WHILE vs WHILST

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AE 300 – Live Class: Question & Answer!

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AE 299 – Expression: To Cross That Bridge When You Come To It

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AE 298 – Live Class: 10+ Common Aussie English Expressions

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AE 297 – Expression: To Be Barking Up The Wrong Tree

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AE 296 – Live Class: 40+ Aussie Slang Terms & Expressions

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AE 295 – Expression: As Luck Would Have It

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AE 294 – Live Class: Phrasal Verbs With OVER

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AE 293 – Live Class: 11 Commonly Used Cow Idioms

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AE 292 – Live Lesson: 15 Idioms Commonly Used In Australia

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AE 291 – Expression: To Face The Music

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AE 290 – 1 Simple Tip To Sound Australian: -ING = IN’

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AE 289 – Expression: To Go Walkabout

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AE 288 – Live Class: 10 Cat Idioms & How To Use Them!

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AE 287 – Live Class: Em & Pete Use Dozens Of Aussie Slang Terms

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AE 286 – Live Class: Phrasal Verbs With On & Off

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AE 285 – Live Class: Phrasal Verbs With In & Out

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AE 284: 5 Expressions To Sound More Australian

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AE 283 – Expression: To Have Your Mind In The Gutter

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AE 282 – WWP: Walking Home After Too Many Pancakes…

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AE 281 – 1 Simple Tip To Sound Australian: The Muted T

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AE 280 – WWP: Future Plans For AE. What Do You Think?

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AE 279 – Expression: To Hook Up

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AE 278 – Expression: To Set Up Shop

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AE 277 – Expression: Under The Weather

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AE 276.3 – AEVB: Wildman Listen & Repeat Exercise

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AE 276.2 – AEVB: Wildman Episode Vocab Breakdown

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AE 276.1 – AEVB: Wildman Talks About Being Crocwise

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AE 275 – Expression: To Cost An Arm And A Leg

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The Simple Past Tense

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AE 274 – 1 Simple Tip To Sound Australian – /ɑ/

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AE 273 – Expression: To Take The Bull By The Horns

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AE 272 – Pronouncing OUGH: Through, Tough, Thorough, Thought, Though

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AE 271 – Expression: Straight / Right Off The Bat

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AE 270: A Behind The Scenes Look At The Aussie English Supporter Pack

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AE 269 – 30 Aussie Slang Words Ending With ‘O’

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AE 268 – How To Form Aussie Slang Words Ending With ‘O’

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AE 267 – 11 Words To Mispronounce To Sound Like A Native

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Aussie Slang Words Ending With O

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AE 266 – Expression: To Scrape The Barrel

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AE 265 – AEVB: Burnouts & Fruitloop Neighbours

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AE 264 – Interview: Laura interviews Aussie English

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AE 263 – Expression: To Take Someone For A Ride

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AE 262 – What’s the difference between COULD, CAN, WOULD, WILL, SHALL and SHOULD?

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AE 261 – 12 More Aussie Slang Terms. Do I Use Them?

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AE 260 – Expression: To Take Something With A Grain/Pinch Of Salt

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AE 259 – Interview with Matt: Bogan Australians, slang, working as a geologist and making friends Down Under

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AE 258 – Expression: To Be Left Holding The Bag

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Announcement: $1 for a 1-month trial of the Aussie English Supporter Pack

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AE 257 – 16 Aussie Slang Terms. Do I Use Them?

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AE 256 Expression: To Be Up In Arms

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15 Tongue Twisters To Help Improve Your Pronunciation

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15 Tongue Twisters

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Interview: Anna defines and uses numerous Aussie slang terms

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What are the flies really like in Australia?

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How to move to Australia, study, find a job, make friends & learn Aussie English with Carlos & Julen

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To Borrow vs To Lend

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Expression: By The Skin Of Your Teeth

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Aussie English Supporter Pack Update Feb 2017

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Expression: To Have A Blast/To Be A Blast

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Expression: To Be Running On Fumes

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Pronouncing The States & Territories In An Aussie Accent

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Pronouncing The Days Of The Week In An Aussie Accent

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Pronouncing The Months In An Aussie Accent

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Pronouncing AUSTRALIAN CITIES in an Aussie accent

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WWP: The Biggest Thing Holding Your English Back

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WWP: How To Use Your Dead Time Wisely

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Dad’s Garden

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The Different Aussie Accents

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21 ways to greet someone like a native

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Pronunciation: Contracting WOULD onto NOUNS & NAMES

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Expression: On Cloud Nine

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Expression: Hit And Miss

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Pronunciation: Contracting WOULD onto I, YOU, HE, SHE, WE, THEY & IT

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Pronunciation: Contracting WOULD onto THIS, THAT, THESE & THOSE

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Expression: To Drive Someone Nuts

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Traveling With Pete Ep04: Point Addis

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Expression: To Take The Bait

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Expression: To Have A Bitch/To Bitch

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Interview With Lindsay Does Languages: British vs Aussie English

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Pronunciation: Contracting WILL onto QUESTION WORDS

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Pronunciation: Contracting WILL onto I, YOU, HE, SHE, WE, THEY & IT

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WWP: Gum trees, Hollows & Bushfires

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15 different ways to say A LOT OF

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Traveling With Pete Ep03: Barwon Heads

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Traveling With Pete Ep02: Ocean Grove

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Expression: All Over The Shop

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Why The Glasses?

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Traveling With Pete E01: Point Lonsdale

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Expression: To Have a Blast

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WWP: Computer Issues & A Shout-out To My Folks

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Expression: To come back & bite you (on the butt)

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