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2013年12月02日

Learn English with EnglishPod101.com! Your friend is traveling to the United States for a few days, and she tells you where she will be in English just in case you need her. You respond in English that the whole point of a vacation is to be out of touch. However, you noticed that she’s taking her work laptop and a stack of paperwork. Maybe she doesn’t understand the meaning of time off!

In this lesson, you’ll learn about using adverb clauses to express conditions and cause and effect in English. Our English conversation takes place in the afternoon behind the customer service desk. The speakers are co-workers, but one is the assistant manager, and the other is a bit strange; therefore, the manager is speaking professional English, while the employee is speaking casual English. You’ll also learn about nonverbal communication. 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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Hello everyone! Sounds like Mitch is missing the point…again. Do you think he’s right about June?

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