Episode 2: Improve your English with this video and audio story
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December 12, 2013
The world is full of English speakers and English learners, and we can safely say that English must be one of the most popular languages to learn. But if you are trying to learn the language, have you thought about the many forms of English that exist in the world? There are geographical English families, and the different languages of use: an engineer in India and a high school kid in Canada don’t speak alike. You can read a really great introduction to them in David Crystal’s book “A Guided Tour of the English Language”, by the way. Every English is Natural EnglishSo when I’m telling you that my contribution to the book “Learn Natural English Through Storytelling” (find it on amazon.com here, and amazon.co.uk here) is created in English, you know what to think. This is my own personal English, and it is my story that I am sharing with you. The way I spell and use words is personal, it is the language of a foreigner who has become at home in Northern England.And because writing and reading are never the…