Learn English while touring the U.S. Today's conversation is about going down the Jersey shore to enjoy a picnic on the beach and visit a historic town.
If something “costs an arm and a leg,” that doesn’t mean you have to give up a limb to buy it. Learn six money-related phrases you can use every day.
In this conversation, the family visits Harpers Ferry, the site of a famous revolt against slavery. Learn English terms related to the fight to end slavery.
Practice American English by reading and listening to these real-world everyday conversations. Today's dialogue is on starting a business.
The language used by people doing business has many expressions that can be confusing. Here are six expressions common in American corporate culture.
“Getting your feet wet” doesn’t have to involve water. Americans use the phrase to say they’re trying something new. Here are other ocean-inspired idioms.
In this series of Everyday Conversations, a family travels to all 50 states in the U.S. Today, they learn about the history of Rehoboth Beach in Delaware.
"Test the waters" is one of seven idiomatic phrases in American English that means more than getting wet. Check them out.
Practice American English by reading and listening to these real-world everyday conversations. Here, two students discuss tips on college interviews.