Episode 70

English with Kirsty – episode 70

What activities did I do with my language exchange partners?

You can listen to episode 70 here:

Are language exchanges just for students and school children?

If you want to improve your business English, language exchanges can help you as well because they give you the opportunity to practise speaking and listening in a more relaxed environment. It’s even better if you can find someone who shares your interests.

Kirsty Hinter der Oberbaumbrucke

In this episode, I talk about six of my language exchanges and explain what we did to improve our language skills. This included written feedback with Tanja, horse-riding wine tasting and visiting a museum with Sarah, dog walking with Nathalie, cooking with Ayse, singing with Mehtap and chatting in a café with Sema.

I mentioned my factsheet about effective language exchanges. You can request this using the contact form.

I also talked about English with Kirsty’s 12 days of Christmas. To sign up for the 12 alerts about special offers for language learners, just fill in your details on the Christmas page.

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