Edward's back to discuss a few handy phrasal verbs and the controversy surrounding the police and the general public in North America. We explore useful phrasal verbs and Keiran and Edward share their encounters with Canadian law enforcement.
Use these words to talk to people about drinking experiences. Uncensored English hops right back on the debaucherous road. It was sorely missed. In this episode Gabriel is back to help Keiran explore different ways English natives talk about drinking and North American drinking culture.
Learn language for ending a relationship as Max Lem joins Keiran to discuss various expression you can use to discuss the end of a romantic relationship.
SHIT! Another curse word episode! Well shit we had to do one about shit, it's definitely not a shitty word despite the fact shit is the word. In this episode Keiran and Gabriel discuss common and uncommon ways native English people use the fantastic word. Shit stop reading and listen to it already!
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".
Fuck, likely the most internationally used curse word. In the first episode of Uncensored English I introduce myself a little and Gabriel Omassi joins me to explore common and uncommon ways you can use the word fuck. I also drop you a little tip on how not to use the word. IT'S FUCKING FUN ANNNND EDUCATIONAL... so come join us!
In the introductory podcast of Uncensored English Keiran takes us through an unpleasant experience in the ESL industry and we discuss the origins of Uncensored English. We also clear up some misconceptions about why Uncensored English is Uncensored, and we talk about what to expect in future episodes.