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Welcome to Perfect English with Danny. This is a podcast that will not only share useful English tips and lessons with you, but it will also take you on a journey in the name of English to arts, culture, history, literature, science, education, and much more because I believe that learning a language takes more than just vocabulary and grammar. The deeper you dive in different areas related to the English language, the more confident you will be in using it in your daily conversations and writing. Happy Learning - Danny


Jun 29, 2019

In this lesson, you will learn about common mistakes and how to correct them for the following ten keywords:

  1. Access

  2. Object

  3. Education

  4. Throw

  5. Boundary

  6. Still

  7. Pay

  8. Narrow

  9. That

  10. Beg


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Jun 27, 2019

Poem of the Day is by Emily Dickinson. It is called Hope is the Thing with Feathers. It is a beautiful poem that talks about the presence and importance of hope in our lives. “Hope” is the thing with feathers - (314) BY EMILY DICKINSON “Hope” is the thing with feathers - That perches in the soul - And sings the...

Jun 27, 2019

In this episode, we will have discussion topics and questions about appearances, so the episode will indeed focus on speaking and ways to start a conversation about appearances. Support this podcast and become a patron on Patreon: Learn more English on the website:...

Jun 27, 2019

The word of the Day is Citadel Citadel 1. countable noun In the past, a citadel was a strong building in or near a city, where people could shelter for safety. Aleppo's citadel and ancient souks are remnants of one of the oldest continually occupied cities on earth. Synonyms: fortress, keep, tower, stronghold More...

Jun 26, 2019

In this episode, the Poem of the Day is Tame me from The War Edition Poetry Collection by Danny Ballan Tame Me Don’t tame me! My heart is wild; my measures of love are not measured by your sanity— your common sense is too common for me, just let me be a lonely spirit waking every day hungry for a start, for none...