Podcast

"I can speak English, but I have problems with the listening..."

...well hello my friend and welcome to ROCK n' ROLL ENGLISH.


RnR English is a podcast created by me to resolve your listening problem, here's how:

-If you DON'T listen to a lot of English, you WON'T improve your listening.

 

-If you DO listen to a lot of English, you WILL improve your listening.

 

Life (...and English) can be so simple sometimes ;)

RnR English will help you because...
  • You can listen on your PHONE (click HERE to find out how), so you can listen EVERYWHERE - like the man in the photo! 😉
  • There are 2 podcasts a week (on Monday and Thursday), this means 20 - 40 minutes LISTENING PRACTICE a week!
  • The episodes are 'EVERGREEN' which means you can listen to all the old ones.
  • You can listen to the show and then read all of the VOCABULARY on the show notes page (see below).

P.S. If you want more info about the podcast and how it can help to improve your English, click here, if not, click on an episode below and start listening NOW!

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Photo by RDJ Photography, click picture for link ☝️


February 19, 2017

Episode 7 – Going to prison for some pasta

Before radio, TVs, iPads, mobile phones and everything else, entertainment was simply story telling and that's exactly what this is! No Dan 'the man' today, so it's just me and a true story of how I nearly got sent to prison for eating some pasta, lots of stupid sound effects and of course some RnR vocabulary!
February 15, 2017

Episode 6 – Why Intelligent People are Single

Find out why intelligent people are single, listen to stories about climbing trees, why injustice is bad and RnR Vocab like 'keep your chin up' - BOOM!
February 11, 2017

Episode 5 – Love is in the Air

Listen to us talk about Valentine's Day, love, spanking, tacky roses and Singles Awareness Day - find out what all this means in today's episode - Rock On!
February 11, 2017

Episode 4 – Are you a genius?

Listen to how getting annoyed by little things makes you a genius and find out the most offensive word in the English language - Rock On!