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Learn Spanish in coffee-break lessons from the Radio Lingua Network. In each lesson we'll focus on the language you need to know and before long you'll be making yourself understood with native Spanish speakers. Season 1 lessons are for absolute beginners, and the courses increase in difficulty as the seasons progress. 386357 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
With Coffee Break Italian you can learn Italian where and when it suits you. In Season 1, you'll join teacher Mark, learner Katie and native speaker Francesca in our 15-minute lessons, and build your confidence in the language, learning Italian from scratch. Take your learning further with Season 2 in which Mark and Francesca are joined by learner Isla. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Learn French in coffee-break lessons from the Radio Lingua Network. In each lesson we'll focus on the language you need to know and before long you'll be making yourself understood with native French speakers. Season 1 lessons are for absolute beginners, and the courses increase in difficulty as the seasons progress. 386357 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Learn Swedish with teacher Hanna and her student Mark. Each lesson is like going for a coffee (or a fika!) with your friend who happens to speak Swedish and is helping you learn in a relaxed, enjoyable way. Coffee Break Swedish is not a simple series of "listen and repeat" audio programmes: in each lesson Hanna explains how the language works, helping Mark - and you - to manipulate the language and use it in practical situations. As a learner Mark asks questions, and makes mistakes, so throu ...
 
James has been summoned to Paris by his friend Max under mysterious circumstances. In this podcast series for advanced learners from Coffee Break French, you'll follow a trail of intrigue and discover that la vérité éclate toujours - that the truth will out! This podcast series features forty chapters and through the lessons, as an advanced learner, you will be able to build your vocabulary and put your comprehension skills to the test, while following an engaging story. La Vérité éclate tou ...
 
But Why is a show led by kids. They ask the questions and we find the answers. It’s a big interesting world out there. On But Why, we tackle topics large and small, about nature, words, even the end of the world. Know a kid with a question? Record it with a smartphone. Be sure to include your kid's first name, age, and town and send the recording to questions@butwhykids.org!
 
Learn to speak Mandarin Chinese with teacher Crystal and learner Mark in regular lessons from the Radio Lingua Network. In each lesson we'll focus on the language you need to know to and before long you'll be making yourself understood with native Mandarin speakers. 386357 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Take your Italian to the next level with Coffee Break Italian Advanced. Join native speaker Francesca and teacher Mark as they guide you through the intricacies of the language. This podcast is aimed at learners working at B1/B2 level and we'll be covering grammatical structures and topics appropriate to this level. In each episode Mark and Francesca will discuss a language point, and then you'll listen to a dialogue which features examples of the language point, helping you consolidate what ...
 
Take your German to the next level with Coffee Break German Advanced. Join native speaker Andrea and learner Mark as they guide you through the intricacies of the language. This podcast is aimed at learners working at B1/B2 level and we'll be covering grammatical structures and topics appropriate to this level. In each episode Mark and Andrea will discuss a language point, and then you'll listen to a dialogue which features examples of the language point, helping you consolidate what you've ...
 
Learn Czech in minutes! How would you like to be able to use the basics of Czech confidently and accurately? With One Minute Czech you can learn to do just that in short, easy-to-follow video lessons. You’ll learn just enough Czech to express yourself in a variety of situations, and the course is the perfect starting point to get a taste of this wonderful language.
 
Learn Icelandic in minutes! How would you like to be able to use the basics of Icelandic confidently and accurately? With One Minute Icelandic you can learn to do just that in short, easy-to-follow video lessons. You’ll learn just enough Icelandic to express yourself in a variety of situations, and the course is the perfect starting point to get a taste of this wonderful language.
 
Learn Slovak in minutes! How would you like to be able to use the basics of Slovak confidently and accurately? With One Minute Slovak you can learn to do just that in short, easy-to-follow video lessons. You’ll learn just enough Slovak to express yourself in a variety of situations, and the course is the perfect starting point to get a taste of this wonderful language.
 
Learn Hungarian in minutes! How would you like to be able to use the basics of Hungarian confidently and accurately? With One Minute Hungarian you can learn to do just that in short, easy-to-follow video lessons. You’ll learn just enough Hungarian to express yourself in a variety of situations, and the course is the perfect starting point to get a taste of this wonderful language.
 
Learn Latvian in minutes! How would you like to be able to use the basics of Latvian confidently and accurately? With One Minute Latvian you can learn to do just that in short, easy-to-follow video lessons. You’ll learn just enough Latvian to express yourself in a variety of situations, and the course is the perfect starting point to get a taste of this wonderful language.
 
Learn Spanish with Doorway to Mexico, a fun language learning podcast for intermediate and advanced Spanish students. In our first 22 episodes, we listened to native Mexican Spanish teacher Paulina and her real-life students as they traveled through Mexico exploring the country's rich language and diverse cultural history. Now they’re back together again, interacting in Spanish with friends, work colleagues and other native Spanish speakers in their own neighborhoods. Not just for tourists, ...
 
Beyond Your WHY: Each week we talk about one of the 9 WHYs and we bring on special guests with that WHY, where we learn about how their WHY has played out in their life. If you have ever wondered how other people with your WHY have overcome challenges and found success - this podcast is for you! You get to listen to fascinating stories and lessons from individuals just like you! Discover Your WHY in under 5 minutes today: www.whyinstitute.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out inf ...
 
Whether you’re into useful tips for self-improvement, psychology, recent discoveries, mysterious stories, or just your day-to-day routine, there’s something for everyone! You can expect all that and more coming at you in five new episodes every day. If you’ve got a thirst for knowledge that never quits, then join our community! We have a good time, so take your shoes off, kick back, and make yourself at home here on the Bright Side of life!
 
Your host, Alexander Beck, is a native German and English speaker who has taught German as a foreign language for over 23 years both in person and also online via Skype as a fully certified Microsoft Innovative Educator (Certified MIE / CMIE) and certified Microsoft Skype In The Classroom Expert. The Private German Lessons Podcast Series features real life, simple to understand, and relatively entertaining short stories that incorporate helpful loanwords, which make it easy to follow and lea ...
 
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Craig and Pilar were curious about what was going on with podcasting in Spain. So they've set up a podcast to give them an excuse to talk to podcasters in Spain. In the first part of the show, we interview podcasters in Spanish. During the second part, we talk in English about what we have learned. Craig y Pilar no tenían ni idea de qué estaba pasando en el mundo del podcasting en España. Así que han lanzado un podcast para entrevistar a podcasters en España. La primera parte de los episodio ...
 
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Have you ever wondered what would happen if all electricity and water were shut off? We love strange and scary what-if scenarios, and we decided to imagine such a situation. So, picture this: You and your friends go out of the club and call a taxi. Ten minutes later, you’re all riding in comfort to your homes. From the corner of your eye, while cha…
 
Until recently, robots were something we considered to be science fiction and something we'd never really come across in our lives. Today, we're seeing the appearance of robots more and more. In many large companies, robots have already replaced people. Packaging bots collect boxes for delivery. They speak with you on the phone instead of a human o…
 
Riley is 19 years old. An hour ago she walked out of her house in a very good mood. She went for a walk, and in a couple of hours she was to meet her friends. While standing in line for an ice cream, she noticed that some man was staring at her from around the corner. He was wearing black shaggy pants, a black hoodie and sunglasses. Even though it’…
 
We all know that weight loss requires a lot of hard work. However, several studies have shown that if we change some of our habits we can actually lose those pounds without too much effort. For example, when you're in the shower, sing a song or two. A 10-minute-long concert will help you drop around 20 calories depending on how much you weigh. Or d…
 
Why haven't people built a colony on the Moon yet? It's likely because they don't have enough building supplies. There are no hardware stores there. The only way out would be to deliver the materials from Earth. Then, space shuttles would act as construction trucks. Now, imagine you want to build a house and use FedEx delivery to get all the necess…
 
You know "S.O.S." don’t you? – 3 dots, 3 slashes, and 3 more dots? It’s an easy enough signal to tap out in Morse code. It means “Save our souls” or “Save our ship.” The crew of the legendary Titanic had been desperately trying to send this signal for 2 hours the night of April 14---, 1912. There were other ships not too far from the spot where the…
 
What if pressing only one key could change your life forever and make it much easier? If we were in Minecraft, everything would be possible! Too hard to live? Too many tasks, deadlines, school classes are tedious, and you just can’t go on like this? Change your life mode to somewhat less challenging – just press Escape! Adjust your life difficulty …
 
They crawl out from underground and terrify the masses. They create chaos, devour entire villages! Giant worms! Yeah, we've all seen stuff like this in the movies, but that’s not quite how it’d go down in real life. Well, hypothetical real life. Say you’re a farmer in this world. You own fields with rows and rows of vegetables and some fruit trees.…
 
Nowadays it is essential to know how to react in dangerous situations to keep yourself safe. Do you know, for example, how to protect yourself from an attack? How to act when meeting potentially dangerous people in order to stay safe? If you feel like someone’s getting on your tail, you should be able to safely manage the situation. We gathered som…
 
There are nearly 200 countries in the world. Imagine you can visit each of them by car because people have built a huge road connecting every corner of the planet. Wait! Before you go on the trip, you need to be prepared. The Earth's equator is about 25,000 miles long. On a jet plane flying at the speed of sound, you would travel around the Earth i…
 
It’s been a long and difficult day, and you’re more than eager to go to bed already. You hop into your PJs, sit on the edge of your bed, take out your phone, and set an alarm for… stop right there! Don’t do that unless you want tomorrow to be as hard as today! If you set an alarm on your phone, it’ll naturally be the first thing you take into your …
 
Cats have lived with humans for more than 10,000 years but we still don’t know everything about them because they are really mysterious creatures. Cats are incredibly cute and funny in their belief that they can fit in the tiniest spaces. Cats might be interrupting your phone calls. Some cats sit in a totally inappropriate way, for example, with th…
 
In this episode, Steve and I chop it up and talk about COVID, hierarchy in society, politics, false flags, simulation hypothesis, cryptocurrency, QAnon, the singularity, violence, war, the deep state, and Julian Assange. Make sure to check out Steve's work at: https://linktr.ee/SlowNewsDayShow Please shoot us a comment, rating, and follow us on soc…
 
Airports, planes, annoying seat neighbors – traveling is stressful. Tensions rise, and sometimes you can’t help but blow off some steam. But try to stay cool! You don’t wanna get a yellow card for misbehavior, do you? The No-fly list is nothing new, but not many have heard of these so-called yellow cards. Every time you buy a ticket, you enter into…
 
According to recent statics, there are 75 million pet dogs in the US alone and they are amongst the most desired pets in the world. Owning and training a dog is one of the most amazing and rewarding experiences anyone can go through. There are however a few major mistakes that most dog owners make and some important things that they neglect which c…
 
How to be more productive? Did you know you only use 10% of your brain? Well sorry, that’s not true. People use almost 100% of it almost all the time. So what’s holding you back? Why can’t we learn languages faster, multiply big numbers in our head or understand Quantum Physics? Maybe, because of all the limitations we humans put on ourselves. Have…
 
What's the future of food? What will we eat in ten years? Experts insist that thanks to the problems of overpopulation and limited resources, we need to rethink what we are eating every day. Research in the food industry and the rapid advancement of technology provide new perspectives on what we will be putting on our plates in the future. We colle…
 
Can you be 'downgraded' on a flight? You arrive at the airport, anticipating a pleasant flight - after all, you've paid more for that extra legroom! Or a comfy window seat. Or a business class. That's when you find out you've been.. downgraded! How come? And if you can get downgraded, is the opposite possible too? Then, what other secrets do airlin…
 
Have you ever thought of what it would be like to lose all your teeth? Let's imagine you’re a famous actor who stars in exciting action and adventure comedies. You have millions of dollars and millions of fans. It’s cool, but you want something more. You want serious roles and acting awards. That’s why you decide to play a character who has lost al…
 
How long can one go without human interaction? Is a screen able to replace a real talk, live communication, touch on the hand, or a pat on the back? What would happen to you if you were isolated for a year? Okay, imagine someone grabbed you, put a sack on your head, drove you for the better part of an hour, took away your smartphone, and then… thre…
 
Until a couple of years ago, most people knew next to nothing about carnivorous plants. If you had asked an expert, though, they would have excitedly submerged you in a sea of information. Meat-eating plants used to munch on tiny creatures - mostly insects, frogs, more rarely a mouse or rat. That is, until recently. Back when days were good, there …
 
How fast does light travel? The official speed of light has changed several times throughout history. After centuries of debate and experiments with different results, the scientific community finally settled the matter in 1983…maybe. To measure the speed of anything, you’ll need to know 2 things: the distance between point A and B, and the time it…
 
That might create enough force to suck something small out of the hole, like an unlucky carry-on. Airplane windows are round because that way, the air pressure is evenly distributed. If the windows were square, air currents would be able to find a weakness, and they’d crack easier. Loss of pressure can lead to something way more serious, an in-flig…
 
How to tell if someone is in your house? And what to do when an intruder's in your home? First, let’s make sure there really is someone in the house. But you should be very quiet in case there’s a burglar. Look outside the house to search for traces. Can you see anything suspicious? Is there an unknown vehicle close to your house? Maybe you can spo…
 
Scientists reveal new discoveries about the human body almost every day, and some of them sound very surprising to us. We made a collection of facts that suggests there is something really powerful about our bodies. Did you know for, example, that your brain generates electricity, and it’d be enough to light up a small lightbulb, if you could only …
 
Have you ever thought of what your life would be like if you were the most famous YouTuber? Let's imagine your ordinary morning. You wake at 6 a.m. because you have a video call with sponsors at 6:30. You talk for 45 minutes sharp because then you have a meeting arranged in another part of town. You discuss the business and run off to the parking w…
 
When people speak about ancient times, they basically envision backward people who just gathered harvest and didn't know science or math to explain the world. But is that association really justified? For example, the Egyptian invented paper and built mind-boggling works of architecture like the Great Pyramids that scientists still can't explain to…
 
We can become happier by smiling more, psychologists suggest. And despite many stressful factors, we can fix our mood by using a pencil, researchers say. So, let’s be the creators of our own happiness and not allow it to fade. We grew curious about how it’s possible to improve our mood with a simple trick and would like to share it with you. Your b…
 
The first pillows we know of date back to Ancient Mesopotamia. They were made of stone, and only wealthy people could afford them. Unlike ancient stone pillows, the ones we use today are soft and fluffy, and many people can’t sleep without hugging a big cozy pillow. But in fact, sleeping with a pillow may not be the best way to rest, as it can affe…
 
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We spend more than $5,000 annually on impulse buying. But we are not the only ones to blame, manufacturers and sellers study us carefully to trigger our desire to buy. However, there are very effective ways to withstand any temptations and keep growing your savings. We decided to find out what the best strategies are to save money during shopping s…
 
What are the benefits of pumpkin? It probably sounds like a panacea, but pumpkins are good for your immune system, eyes, hair, and heart. They might even come in handy if you have insomnia. This big orange fruit is loaded with Vitamin C. It strengthens your immune system because this vitamin increases the production of white blood cells. And for th…
 
Friday night after work, you decide to drive over to your grandma's for the weekend. She cooks you a delicious dinner and listens to all your stories. You mention the office AC must have given you a slight cold – you coughed a couple of times. Grandma says nothing and just nods and smiles like she’s up to something. You go to bed and fall asleep li…
 
You may feel like you want to be timid with a certain person or start hiccupping just before an important meeting. Such situations can happen to anyone and they can bring on a lot of stress. But with some simple tricks, you can help yourself and avoid feeling awkward. Imagine you're going to sneeze but you don't want to draw unwanted attention. Jus…
 
Hair. It’s all around you. Tiny, almost invisible, or really, really long! You might even try to get rid of some of it, but hair keeps coming back. There are few body parts that aren’t covered with hair, like our palms, soles, and lips. Palms would stay the same in a hairless world, but you’d probably have different hands - with no fingernails at a…
 
After many tests and lots of paperwork, researchers have noticed some connections between habits and personality traits. Punctuality, the way a person carries a bag, or how one attaches a roll of toilet paper can say a little more about character than you think. In fact, you can become a modern Sherlock Holmes and surprise someone with not-so-obvio…
 
Ever tried sushi? If yes, then you know it's usually wrapped in a green slippery thing, also known as seaweed. It's very popular in Asian cuisine, but people in other parts of the world don't eat it much. But these facts will persuade you to include it in your diet. Seaweed is good for your gut health. Up to 75% of seaweed's dry weight is pure fibe…
 
The human body is unique. It’s a very complicated mechanism that still has a lot of secrets scientists have been researching for centuries. But why don’t we try to figure out what the capabilities of our body are, and how far they can stretch? Did you know, for example, that people can distinguish more than a trillion smells? You tend to remember o…
 
There’s an old trick going back to the 1500s, that cutting an onion up and putting it near your bed will help relieve a cough. They even say it can prevent cold and flu altogether! Thinning hair and bald spots? Some swear by the power of onion juice to stimulate hair growth! This odorous vegetable can even help you get rid of fine lines and wrinkle…
 
Teaching or learning a language is one way of breaking barriers between people. Gregory V. Diehl is a thinker, author, and mentor whose travels and strong WHY of Make Sense have taken him across the world. Dr. Gary Sanchez catches up with Gregory as they talk about one of his new works: helping Armenians learn the English language and training teac…
 
Money helps us to live the life of our dreams, as long as we’re earning plenty and not splurging too much. While most of us are busy balancing our personal expenses with one yearly trip to make sure we have a bed to sleep in and food to eat every day, many others are pretty sorted with their paychecks and credit card bills! They work as much as we …
 
An unknown creature vaguely resembling a human has been found near the edge of the local forest. This strange creature is... you! You've been stung by 100 Asian giant hornets, and your body is unrecognizable! Asian giant hornets are about the size of an adult's thumb, almost three times the size of a normal bee. Their equally giant stinger can pier…
 
Find the coolest MERCH at Bright Side's Amazon store (US only for now): http://amzn.to/3tkGbpY How do you feel when you see someone share travel photos, beautiful beaches, or expensive rooftop dinners on social media? It suddenly seems everyone is rich — except for you! Don't worry, you can just as easily live like a rich person. Just borrow some o…
 
Hey, many of us literally live in our pajamas. 2 days...a week...2 weeks and more than I'm willing to admit! Do you wear the same PJs every single night? Do you toss and turn all night? Find yourself with itchy skin and troubles falling asleep? Do your clean sheets somehow keep getting dirty and odorous so fast?! Yes, your favorite snuggly pajamas …
 
Imagine that ideal world where everybody tells the truth, nobody can hide their thoughts. Wouldn't it be a little like reading people's minds? You could ask any question and get a frank answer. However, you'd have to be 100% sincere as well. No white lies would be possible, neither half-truths. What if nobody could lie for at least one day? Let's t…
 
They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day. And not without a reason. The food you choose for your first meal of the day might be draining your energy! For example, many foods with added sugars, like your favorite pack of cereals might be keeping your energy low. Time to reconsider your breakfast menu... We've gathered 16 common foods…
 
Sharks are fascinating: they've been around for millions of years and there're over 500 species of all sizes and shapes across the world. Sharks don't have lings but they do have to breathe oxygen to stay alive. Instead of breathing air, they receive oxygen from the water surrounding them. But what if sharks had lungs? Would they swim close to the …
 
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