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2013年07月15日

Learn English with EnglishPod101.com! You switch from one American radio station to the next, trying to find something that will motivate you to finish your hard English homework. Suddenly, you hear what sounds like a string instrument coming through your speakers, but it’s certainly not classical music. You try to understand the English words of the song, but they’re coming at you fast and furious. It’s not procrastination if you’re learning English from a song, is it?

In this lesson, you will learn about adverb placement in the English language. Our English conversation takes place on the telephone between two co-workers, June and Mitch, who are taking a break from work. Mitch is speaking informal English, while June is speaking more formal English. You’ll also find out why you should listen to American bluegrass music. Visit us at EnglishPod101.com, where you will find many more fantastic English lessons and learning resources! Leave us a message while you are there!

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Hi EnglishPod101.com listeners! Have you ever listened to bluegrass music?

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