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2015年04月27日

Learn English with EnglishPod101.com! A summer internship in Washington, D.C., which is the capital of the United States, has you convinced that the members of Congress and all of their staff people just spin their wheels while jabbering in English every day. It seems that even if an overwhelming majority of the voting public were behind a particular initiative, it would not pass unless the same political party controlled every corner of the U.S. Congress. And everyone knows that is impossible!

In this lesson, you’ll learn how to use certain special English words to intensify adjectives. Our English conversation takes place on Capitol Hill in an office. Although it’s a conversation between co-workers, the two are speaking English in a business-like manner because one is quite upset. We’ll also tell you about the U.S. government system of checks and balances. 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 Listeners! Can you make a sample sentence using “pipe dream”?

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