Hello and welcome to another episode of English Across The Pond, a podcast made with much love just for you, an English language learner by us, 2 English language teachers.
As animal lovers, we're excited for this week's episode as we talk about PETS: the benefits of them, the challenges, and our experiences in the present and growing up with different kinds of animals. Did you know Jennifer had a zebra in her neighborhood!?
Even more exciting is the opportunity to improve your ability to recognize and use prepositions in English, and learn phrasal verbs in our language focus.
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