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Looking for a different angle on English language podcasts? Keiran the crazy Canadian goes where the other English podcasts don't... and more. Keiran and his native English guests discuss politically incorrect subjects as well as general English language, idioms, expressions, culture and more all while having natural unscripted conversations. This podcasts feature an educational exploration of language ranging from every day expressions, pop culture expressions, explicit language and anything in between. The podcast is geared towards adults students, professionals, university students as well as ESL teachers who want to step out of the "Safe Space" of the English language education community and have a little more fun. Join Keiran and his guests in their down to earth humorous conversations and learn to speak a more universal edgy form of English like a native! English ISN'T always PC!!!
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Now displaying: March, 2016
Mar 23, 2016

Keiran reviews the idiomatic expression "wear out", and then we learn English by sifting through headlines of a Montreal newspaper.

Mar 23, 2016

Edward is back on the podcast to help Keiran go over common casual greetings and how to respond to them. We also discuss his wedding and the oh so Canadian sugaring off.

Mar 23, 2016

Keiran gets stood up by his supposed podcast guest and decides to do the podcast on his own anyways. Money has a lot of value he thinks. Also we look at phrasal verbs with the verb "break".

Mar 6, 2016

On the way back from Kingston Absolute Comedy Club, comedians Emma Wen, Will Gill and Keiran discuss the comedy show, traveling and everything in between. There's a few language takeaways as always

Mar 6, 2016

Gabriel's back on for another podcast. We discuss some restaurant stories, expressions you can use while at a restaurant and Keiran and Gabriel's thoughts on tipping culture in North America.

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