Bonus Episode - Special Guest

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A good friend of English Across The Pond, Sa’eed from Saudi Arabia, joins us for a special bonus episode. Sa’eed tells us how he was able to become so amazing at communicating in English and what he thinks the best thing is about being an English teacher.

The wi-fi signal wasn’t always the best and so it can be a little difficult to hear the conversation in places but we hope you enjoy this bonus episode :)


This Bonus episode doesn't have a transcript or study plan, but we hope you enjoy the extra listening practice, conversation & learning opportunities!

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1 Vocabulary

All the language you need from this week’s episode to improve your vocabulary skills.

2 “Listening For…” Exercise

This is an active listening exercise, one that you can accomplish when you listen to the conversation and understand the vocabulary we are asking you to listen for.

3 Gap-Fill Exercise

In this activity, you write in the missing words from a part of the transcript text as you listen. 

4 Comprehension Questions

10 comprehension questions for you to answer based on our conversation. 

5 Language Focus:

Based on the language focus in the episode

6 Writing Prompt

Improve your writing with a question based on this week’s episode.

7 Speaking Practice

You have the opportunity to improve your speaking by SPEAKING! Leave a spoken message related to the topic every week for us to give you feedback.

8 The Transcript

The transcript is an amazing learning resource. The combination of being able to both listen to and read what we say provides you with so many learning opportunities.

9 Answer Key

Don’t look here first before trying to do the exercises :)