A New Life in Mosquito City – part 40 – Let’s have a look at the menu

[audio:anlimc40waiter.mp3] Download audio file (anlimc40waiter.mp3) at denis collette Waiter: Hello. Would you like to drink something? Frank: Yes. Ok. Let’s have a look at the menu. There is cafe au lait, cappuccino, American…American coffee. Mark, what do you want? Mark: I think I’ll have a latte, please. Frank: A latte? […] Read more »

How do you make feijoada?

Learn how to cook Brazilian food. Mark: Fresh or seeds or ...? Brazilian Neighbour: Fresh. Fresh. Mark: The leaves? Brazilian Neighbour: The leaves. Yeah. You put it right in the end. Mark: Right. OK. Wow! Read more »

Bilingual – English and Afrikaans – 2

[audio:afrikaans2.mp3] Download audio file (afrikaans2.mp3) Use this post to learn English and Afrikaans at the same time. I speak Afrikaans. I come from South Africa. My mother comes from Holland. I live in Australia. I work in Singapore. South Africa was a Dutch colony. South Africa was an English colony. […] Read more »

I make Bread and Pizza

[audio:hannan.mp3] Download audio file (hannan.mp3) at fooey Mark: What was your name again? Hannan: My name is Hannan Benetan. Mark: One more time. Mark and Hannan: Hannan. Mark: Hannan. How do spell that? Hannan: H-a-n-n-a-n. Mark: H-a-n-a. Hannan. What part of Israel do you come from? Hanan: Rishon le Zion. […] Read more »

Liverpool Accent

The Beatles are from Liverpool. Listen to this recording and find out what a real Liverpool accent sounds like. Read more »

Mashed, Smashed, or Whipped Potatoes

[audio:potatoes.mp3] Download audio file (potatoes.mp3) at Lynnintokyo Wayne, from northern Kentucky, explains to Aaron the difference between mashed, smashed, and whipped potatoes. Aaron: What’s the difference between mashed potatoes, smashed potatoes, and whipped potatoes? Wayne: Well, whipped potatoes are when you take a blender and you blend them with a […] Read more »

Bilingual – English and Irish (Gaelic) – 2

[audio:irish2.mp3] Download audio file (irish2.mp3) Do you have a house? (Irish) Yes, I do. (Irish) Do you have a horse? (Irish) No, I don’t. (Irish) Do you have a car? (Irish) No, I dont. (Irish) Do you have any food? (Irish) Do you have any drink? (Irish) Do you have […] Read more »