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Tune in for weekly episodes by your host Jasmine, a Canadian language teacher and native English speaker. She will be covering topics such as English slang, vocabulary, idioms, grammar rules, conversation tips and more! She will also be interviewing English language teachers and learners from all over the world. The English Journey Podcast by Glish is the way to go when it comes to learning the English language, anytime, anywhere! Be sure to subscribe to The English Journey Podcast wherever you get your podcasts.
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