Learn English with Coffee Break English

By Coffee Break Languages

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 Sep 26, 2022
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Coffee Break English is a podcast which will help you learn English in regular 15-minute episodes, perfect for your coffee break! Find out more about Coffee Break English at https://coffeebreaklanguages.com/coffeebreakenglish/ .


Coffee Break English can help you improve your English with short lessons - the perfect time to enjoy a cup of coffee while learning. The course is presented in slow English which is easy to understand. Don’t worry if you don’t understand every word, it’s more important to get the general meaning. Season one is at A2 level. This course is for you if you learnt some English at school or if you want to review the basics. Coffee Break English can help you improve your accuracy and understanding of English, to prepare you for many situations like using English at work, visiting an English-speaking country, taking exams, or talking with English-speaking friends. In each episode of the audio lessons, one of our colleagues from an English-speaking country tells us about an aspect of life or culture in their country. In season one, we hear from our friends in the UK, the USA, Canada, and Australia, helping you understand lots of different accents and varieties of English. 


Mark and Josie guide you through the text, explaining the language and helping you understand it better. Each text focuses on a specific language point, including tenses, prepositions, phrasal verbs, and much more. 


In addition to the main audio lesson, the course contains lesson notes, which explain the language in the lesson in more detail and provide a transcript of the text; practice exercises; a video version of the lesson; bonus audio episodes; and vocabulary lists in many different languages. Find out more at https://coffeebreakacademy.com.



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Episode Date
‘How much' or 'how many'? | The Coffee Break English Show 1.10
Dec 22, 2023
How to pronounce 'Tuesday' and 'Thursday' | The Coffee Break English Show 1.09
Dec 15, 2023
‘A' or 'the'? - How to use articles | The Coffee Break English Show 1.08
Dec 08, 2023
‘In', 'on', or 'at'? - Choosing prepositions | The Coffee Break English Show 1.07
Dec 01, 2023
When to say 'is it?' at the end of a phrase - Question tags | The Coffee Break English Show 1.06
Nov 24, 2023
‘Like' and 'as' - What's the difference? | The Coffee Break English Show 1.05
Nov 17, 2023
How to pronounce 'eat' and 'it' | The Coffee Break English Show 1.04
Nov 10, 2023
‘Travel', 'trip' and 'journey' - What's the difference? | The Coffee Break English Show 1.03
Nov 03, 2023
‘I work' or 'I am working'? - The present simple and present continuous | The Coffee Break English Show 1.02
Oct 27, 2023
When to use 'do' and 'make' | The Coffee Break English Show 1.01
Oct 20, 2023
Introducing the Coffee Break English Show
Oct 10, 2023
CBE 4.10 | Extra | A waterfall coincidence
Feb 03, 2023
CBE 4.10 | Niagara Falls | Language focus: phrasal verbs with ‘go’
Jan 31, 2023
CBE 4.09 | Extra | Have you seen the Lord of the Rings?
Jan 27, 2023
CBE 4.09 | New Zealand’s landscapes | Language focus: extreme adjectives
Jan 24, 2023
CBE 4.08 | Extra | Airport Adventures
Jan 20, 2023
CBE 4.08 | The Founding Fathers | Language focus: the past perfect and past simple tenses
Jan 17, 2023
CBE 4.07 | Extra | Kings and queens
Jan 13, 2023
CBE 4.07 | King Henry VIII | Language focus: relative pronouns
Jan 10, 2023
CBE 4.06 | Extra | Weekend conditionals
Jan 06, 2023
CBE 4.06 | The Crop Over Festival | Language focus: the first conditional
Jan 03, 2023
CBE 4.05 | Extra | City or countryside?
Dec 16, 2022
CBE 4.05 | The Outback | Language focus: negative adjective prefixes
Dec 13, 2022
CBE 4.04 | Extra | What are you scared of?
Dec 09, 2022
CBE 4.04 | The CN Tower Edgewalk | Language focus: ‘have to’ and ‘don’t have to’
Dec 06, 2022
CBE 4.03 | Extra | Visiting Vesuvius
Dec 02, 2022
CBE 4.03 | Halema’uma’u crater | Language focus: adjectives and prepositions
Nov 29, 2022
CBE 4.02 | Extra | A Safari Park Adventure
Nov 25, 2022
CBE 4.02 | The Big Five | Language focus: used to
Nov 22, 2022
CBE 4.01 | Extra | Have You Ever Worn a Kilt?
Nov 18, 2022
CBE 4.01 | The Kilt | Language focus: phrasal verbs with ‘try’
Nov 15, 2022
CBE 3.10 | Extra | A superlative conversation
May 20, 2022
CBE 3.10 | Uluru | Language focus: superlatives
May 17, 2022
CBE 3.09 | Extra | Film recommendations
May 13, 2022
CBE 3.09 | Hollywood | Language focus: Something, everything, nothing and anything
May 10, 2022
CBE 3.08 | Extra | What did you do last weekend?
May 06, 2022
CBE 3.08 | David Attenborough | Language focus: irregular past tenses
May 03, 2022
CBE 3.07 Extra | Snorkelling and scuba diving
Apr 29, 2022
CBE 3.07 | Ningaloo Reef | Language focus: ‘i’ and ‘ee’ pronunciation
Apr 26, 2022
CBE 3.06 Extra | Useful inventions
Apr 22, 2022
CBE 3.06 | The invention of the telephone | Language focus: phrasal verbs with ‘up’
Apr 19, 2022
CBE 3.05 | Extra | Future predictions
Apr 15, 2022
CBE 3.05 | NASA | Language focus: how to talk about the future
Apr 12, 2022
CBE 3.04 | Extra | Favourite recipes
Apr 08, 2022
CBE 3.04 | Jamaican jerk cooking | Language focus: modal verbs of possibility
Apr 05, 2022
CBE 3.03 | Extra | Pop icons
Apr 01, 2022
CBE 3.03 | Elvis Presley | Language focus: gerund and infinitives
Mar 29, 2022
CBE 3.02 Extra | Visiting Australia
Mar 25, 2022
CBE 3.02 | Dreamtime | Language focus: the present perfect tense
Mar 22, 2022
CBE 3.01 Extra | A Comparatives Quiz
Mar 18, 2022
CBE 3.01 | The Cheeseburger | Language focus: comparatives
Mar 15, 2022
CBE 2.10 | Swimming with the pigs: Pig Beach | Language focus: how to use ‘get’
Nov 02, 2021
CBE 2.09 | Canadian spaceman: Chris Hadfield | Languages focus: past tenses
Oct 26, 2021
CBE 2.08 | A classic British dish: Fish and Chips | Language focus: how to pronounce ‘ed’ verbs
Oct 18, 2021
CBE 2.07 | What’s happening on Pukapuka Island? | Language focus: when to use ‘the’ and ‘a’
Oct 12, 2021
CBE 2.06 | Celebrating freedom: US Independence Day | Language focus: phrasal verbs
Oct 05, 2021
CBE 2.05 | Have you seen Nessie? The Loch Ness Monster | Language focus: ‘look’, ‘see’ and ‘watch’
Sep 28, 2021
CBE 2.04 | Let’s celebrate! St Patrick’s Day | Language focus: the present perfect
Sep 21, 2021
CBE 2.03 | Crikey! Steve Irwin | Language focus: ‘who’, ‘which’ and ‘where’
Sep 14, 2021
CBE 2.02 | Let’s go to South Africa: Table Mountain | Language focus: dependent prepositions
Sep 07, 2021
CBE 2.01 | A symbol of friendship: The Statue of Liberty | Language focus: the passive voice
Aug 31, 2021
CBE 1.10 | Let’s go surfing - Australia’s favourite sport and phrasal verbs
Jun 22, 2021
CBE 1.09 | It’s tea time - Britain’s favourite drink and gerund and infinitive forms
Jun 15, 2021
CBE 1.08 | We won a match! - Ryan’s ice hockey experiences and the present perfect tense
Jun 08, 2021
CBE 1.07 | Have you eaten haggis? - A traditional Scottish dish and the present perfect tense
Jun 01, 2021
CBE 1.06 | You should visit the Grand Canyon - A famous American landmark and modal verbs
May 25, 2021
CBE 1.05 | How many kangaroos? - Australia’s national animal and quantifiers
May 18, 2021
CBE 1.04 | What’s your city like? - Colorado Springs and adverbs of manner
May 11, 2021
CBE 1.03 | Beatlemania - The Beatles and the past simple tense
May 04, 2021
CBE 1.02 | That film was scary! - Talking about films in the past tense
Apr 27, 2021
CBE 1.01 | Rain in England, sun in Italy - Catriona’s holiday and the present tenses
Apr 20, 2021