On today’s podcast, a company plans to build flying taxis in Dayton, Ohio; find out how the federal government puts artwork in federal buildings; we answer a question about ‘in time’ and ‘on time’ followed by a discussion about time in music; then, the final part of Jack London’s “Love of Life.”
On today’s podcast, a new policy lets migrant Venezuelans in the country, legally stay and work for 18 months; what is the future of office work?; The UN recognizes a torture center in Argentina; Saudi solar desalination; the grammar of offering hot drinks followed by a talk on answering requests.
On today’s podcast, scientists say Earth is outside a safe space in six of nine measures of it health; Google is using artificial intelligence to improve its internet search followed by a discussion on why Google is pushing Bard now; then, ways to talk about other people on Lesson of the Day.
On today’s podcast, U.S. Senators can now wear almost anything they want to work; strange-looking tomatoes taste just as good; changes are coming to the U.S. citizenship test followed by a discussion about the story; then listen exercises on Lesson of the Day.
On today’s podcast, Pope Francis welcomes Russia’s new Ambassador to the Vatican; learn about the updated COVID-19 vaccine followed by a discussion about the vaccine and the term ‘tripledemic’; then, new ways to use Let’s Learn English in our Lesson of the Day.