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Uncensored English

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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Jan 21, 2017

The Canadian Prime Minister is only answering questions in French....  we talk about why and if it's appropriate. How many hours does it take to move from an intermediate English speaker to an advanced level? We talk about that too

 

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May 6, 2016

Sometimes in life we feel overwhelmed, we feel stressed, people ask us to do too much and we need to defend our boundaries. In this episode Gabriel joins us to talk about different expressions you can use to defend your boundaries when you've reached your breaking point. We also discuss the story telling challenge that's coming up.

May 3, 2016

We discuss the story telling challenge, Keiran shares some livecomedy, and we learn a handful of expressions that are relevant fordiscussing success or failure in relation to an exam orperformance.

Apr 27, 2016

A secret recipe for to boost your immune system and to abort unwanted babies. Keiran discusses pine needle tea, a few idioms, and an upcoming challenge for our listeners.

Apr 23, 2016

Telling people off, a fun and entertaining topic. Max joins Keiran to discuss some pc ways to tell people off, and of course some un-pc ways. Join the party!

Apr 19, 2016

Keiran discusses some odd dreams he had and then we take some time to review when to use the words "Watch" "Look" and "See".

Apr 11, 2016

What? What?! The main thing every country has in common is corruption? Yeah you already know that, we also talk about the phrasal verb "drop" as Edward joins as for another podcast.

Apr 11, 2016

Are you familiar with the expression "thick skinned"? We also discuss cultural appropriation and the Panama papers.

Apr 9, 2016

Keiran tells a story about  a dog, darkness and bumps in the night. We also review phrasal verbs with the word "break". Edward is back on for another podcast to help Keiran with the review.

Apr 9, 2016

Happy Zombie Jesus everyone! In this podcast Keiran discusses some Easter traditions, some negative experiences with teachers and of course a few English language takeaways.

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 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

Feb 2, 2016

In this third episode of Uncensored English we step off the purely dirty road and hop on a cleaner one to explore many of the differences Edward and I have noticed while traveling around the world! We also take a look at the phrasal verb "ripped off".

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