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LPLE is a podcast dedicated to helping people who are learning English practice their English listening skill. Jesse and Andrew, LPLE show hosts and native English speakers, have a regular native English conversation, and speak slowly and clearly so that the listeners can better understand the conversation.
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Nov 27, 2016

Welcome to LPLE, "Let's Practice Listening in English!"

Recorded the day after the November 8, 2016 US Presidential Election, Jesse and Jane share their thoughts and feelings, as well as explain where they were and what they did during the night of the actual election.

Nov 21, 2016

Welcome to LPLE, "Let's Practice Listening in English!"

Jesse and Jane explain and practice (through role playing) the proper and culturally polite ways to order food and drink at restaurants and cafes using "may I," "can I," and "can I get" in different situations.

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Nov 15, 2016

Welcome to LPLE, "Let's Practice Listening in English!"

Jesse and Jane talk about why the word "should" can sometimes be rude and impolite, and they teach you other words you can say to give suggestions and recommendations.

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Nov 9, 2016

Welcome to LPLE, "Let's Practice Listening in English!"

Jesse and Jane reflect on their experiences traveling and trying to fit in. Jane talks about her experiences being a white American woman living in France and Romania, and Jesse talks about being a brown American man living in Japan and Vietnam. They both agree that it's not important to fit in; it's important to have fun being who you are.

Join in the conversation! Follow us on Twitter and Facebook to ask us questions about English conversation and meet other English language learners all over the world.

Nov 2, 2016

Welcome to LPLE, "Let's Practice Listening in English!"

Jesse and Jane explain why Americans aren't as direct as many non-Americans believe, and they explore why and how native English speakers use the conditional format "if/then" to express regret or remorse. 

Join in the conversation! Follow us on Twitter and Facebook to ask us questions about English conversation and meet other English language learners all over the world.

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