Phil's English Lessons

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A place to learn how to use common English language idioms and phrases with a special emphasis on business, technology, and Christianity.

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https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/philsenglish
Description
A place to learn how to use common English language idioms and phrases with a special emphasis on business, technology, and Christianity.
Language
🇬🇧 English
last modified
2019-03-20 11:50
last episode published
2007-12-27 01:10
publication frequency
10.54 days
Contributors
Philip Hartman author  
Explicit
false
Number of Episodes
10
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Episodes

Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
27.12.2007

My Joyful Noise - My Favorite Christmas Carole

I'd like to share with you my favorite Christmas Carole,"O Holy Night". I may not have the greatest voice but I think I heard a phrase“Make a joyful noise unto the Lord.” Oh holy night! The stars are brightly shining, It is the night of our dear S...
27.12.2007

My Joyful Noise - My Favorite Christmas Carole

I'd like to share with you my favorite Christmas Carole, "O Holy Night". I may not have the greatest voice but I think I heard a phrase “Make a joyful noise unto the Lord.” Oh holy night! The stars are brightly shining, It is the night of our dear...
20.12.2007

My Hands Are Tied

My Hands Are Tied Welcome to Phil’s English, your free source of explanation of idioms used by native English speakers. This episode is brought to you by my premium English language podcast,“Idioms of Business and Technology”. This is more than just...
20.12.2007

My Hands Are Tied

My Hands Are Tied Welcome to Phil’s English, your free source of explanation of idioms used by native English speakers. This episode is brought to you by my premium English language podcast, “Idioms of Business and Technology”. This is more than jus...
15.12.2007

Road Warrior

If you have not heard the English language idiom"road warrior" before let me explain. A road warrior is a person who travels extensively and usually this means business travel. I believe I met the definition of a road warrior in 2007. I made six tri...
15.12.2007

Road Warrior

If you have not heard the English language idiom "road warrior" before let me explain. A road warrior is a person who travels extensively and usually this means business travel. I believe I met the definition of a road warrior in 2007. I made six tr...
11.11.2007

You've Got to Roll With the Punches

Hi and welcome to Phil's English podcast where I try to help you understand English better. In particular, I hope to help you understand the idioms native speakers commonly use. Today's new idiom is"You've got to roll with the punches." The meaning ...
11.11.2007

You've Got to Roll With the Punches

Hi and welcome to Phil's English podcast where I try to help you understand English better. In particular, I hope to help you understand the idioms native speakers commonly use. Today's new idiom is "You've got to roll with the punches." The meaning...
23.09.2007

Catholics and Protestants

I got this question in an email from one of my new friends in China who says she is not a Christian but has been attending church and feels at peace there."I really got puzzled when I faced the two things"Anglo-Catholic"&"Catholic"&"Christian"....
23.09.2007

Catholics and Protestants

I got this question in an email from one of my new friends in China who says she is not a Christian but has been attending church and feels at peace there. "I really got puzzled when I faced the two things "Anglo-Catholic"&"Catholic "&"Christi...