تعلم اللغة الانجليزية:المقطع الثاني

تعلم اللغة الانجليزية

قبل البدء في الاستماع أنصحك بتخصيص 3 أيام (على الأقل ساعة يوميا) لكل مقطع ثم الانتقال للمقطع التالي،سأنشر لكم النص بالانجليزي بعد يومين من نشر المقطع.

Transcript (النص بالانجليزي)


This is Kate from conversationswithkate.net inviting you to join us and improve your listening
comprehension while you learn from conversations with my guests from all over the world. I created
this podcast for English language learners who want to stress less and become more confident when
speaking in English.
(music)
This is episode number one. We’ll be talking about this podcast and how it will help you improve your
conversational English. My guest today is my sister, Kirstin.
We could just talk generally about podcasts and why I want to do this podcast.
That’s a great conver(sation). That’s a good conversation to have.
I think podcasts are amazing because you can be, like, busy doing what you like to do. . . if it’s something that,
like . . .painting or gardening or whatever and be so. . . .
Um, I just feel like I’ve been so productive but, you know, learning new things while I’m getting other things done – you
know, the daily maintenance of life needs doing, you know, like laundry and painting if you happen to be moving your
house. Whatever. Or gardening and as much as I love to be just with my own thoughts, sometimes I just need a little
fire, you know.
Yeah, I would love to provide that fire in conversations with you and with some of the other wonderful women I’ve lined
up. And you know the thing that my clients tell me all the time is that they just don’t have time to work on their English.
And so podcasts are something that you can work on when you’re doing something else. Just like you said.
Yes, especially like driving. People spend so much time driving. Especially people who live in the metro area here. I
mean probably not as much in Chicago (be)cause, well, they could listen to podcasts while they’re commuting, too,
but that used to make me crazy. (Be)cause I always felt like it was a total waste of time to be sitting in traffic because I
had to go to work or I had to go to daycare or whatever. This much of my day I’m just sitting here.
Right.
I wish we had podcasts back then because that would have just. . . .
I just look forward to getting in the car and driving to the cities now because I know I get to listen to someone who’s got
something to say.

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You know, get my mind going and igniting you know like oh, yeah, OK.
Whatever. New insights or are just things that are so obvious but I never considered it.
And I like these conversational podcasts because it almost feels like you have somebody in the car with you then.
Yeah, totally.
Yeah and you’re not just being talked at. I love the conversations ones, too. Because you know then the sharing of ideas. I
mean it boils down to that’s why we’re here, right? Connecting as people.
That’s what it’s all about for me – connecting.
And furthermore, I think people can learn a whole lot from TED Talks and I’ve been using them for my lesson guides
and I offer the transcripts and the vocabulary help and all of that but it’s real conversational speech that people need to be
listening to and understanding when they were when they’re out traveling when they’re using English you know as a
common language. So I would just like to have the podcast turn into some really interesting original material that I can
then use for lesson guides. And, of course, pull out interesting idioms and phrasal verbs and vocabulary but it will all be
around (hopefully) topics that are really interesting and relevant.
Right. Exactly, and I think that’s perfect because you are right, to be able to practice or maybe even anticipate how
this conversation is unfolding as people are listening.
You know, would help them practice what their responses might be in the English language, right?
Ooh, I love that idea. Yeah. Getting ready to join in the conversation and they might be – in the car.
Well, exactly and then they can, in English, try to form their response you know and see how that would . . . . (Kate
interrupts)
I’m not a big fan of multitasking anymore but some things just seem to go together, don’t they?
Yeah, yeah, absolutely. And for me it’s driving. I mean I do spend. . . sometimes I don’t even turn the radio on and just
spend the whole hour into the Twin Cities thinking. But I do I love the idea.
I crave those audio podcast or audio tapes or whatever.
Because I just feel like it’s a wonderful use of my time. You know, new thoughts, new ideas, new anything. Even if it’s
not so new. Just to reconsider and be reminded.
You know, about ideas from people who I . .whom I admire. You know, like um Brené Brown. I love what she has
to say and she’s got that. . . you know, the chops. She’s done the research, you know. She knows. . .
She knows what she’s talking about.
And it’s just um. . . She presents in such a humble, friendly way.

Well, you present in such a wonderful, friendly, entertaining way that I’m just delighted that you have agreed to be my
conversation partner for some of these podcasts and I want to thank you so much for joining me today. And I really look
forward to further conversations.
Those of you who are (um) listening today, if you have questions for my sister Kirstin or for me, I hope that you will connect
with me through the website conversationswithkate and there will be more information about that in the outro.
So, thanks, Kirstin. Let’s talk again soon.
Let’s do.
You’ve been listening to Conversations with Kate. When you become part of the community you’ll have
access to transcripts and lesson guides that clue you in to connected and conversational speech that will
help you communicate with less stress in English.
Visit www.conversationswithkate.net to join our ever growing community of intermediate to advanced
English language learners. Special thanks to Aaron Burdett for our music. You can learn about Aaron
and his music on my blog. This is Kate. Remember that every day is a gift. I’m honored that you spent
some of your precious time with me. Thank you for listening.
Until next time. . . .

Vocabulary and Expressions:


• need a little fire – something to get one’s interest or turn
on the process of imagination. Also: to ignite or spark the
imagination.
• to ignite – to catch fire; to burst into flames
• spark – a small particle thrown from a fire
• to spark – to ignite
• like – often used to describe in conversation
• you know – often used in conversation to seek agreement
or as a filler
• the metro area – short for metropolitan; adjective to
describe a very large city (metropolis)
• commuting – traveling to and from work often by public
transportation
• it boils down to – it comes to; the essence of something
• to anticipate – to predict; to be expecting something
• how the conversation is unfolding – how it is
developing
• to crave – to have a powerful desire for something; to
have the urge to have something
• got the chops – skill or excellence in a particular field
• Brené Brown – bestselling author and TED speaker
https://www.ted.com/talks/
brene_brown_on_vulnerability

Conversation questions:(أجب عن هذه الاسئلة في العليقات)
Do you ever listen to podcasts? Which ones? If so, where and when?
Do you ever talk back or join the conversation when you listen to the radio or a podcast?
Who or what ignites your imagination or interest?
Do you live in a metro area? What are the advantages and disadvantages?
Do you spend time much time commuting to and from work? How do you spend that time?

Web link

https://soundcloud.com/user-404896233/001-how-can-this-podcast-help-you-improve-your-english

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