RealLife English: Learn and Speak Confident, Natural English
Welcome to the RealLife English podcast! For over 10 years, RealLife English has helped millions of learners just like you from virtually every country to go beyond the classroom and live, speak and master English in the Real World. We’ve been able to do this through our unique method: The RealLife Way, which consists of three simple, but powerful components: Mindset: How to think like a successful English speaker Method: How to live, speak and master English in the Real World Mastery: How to become a confident Global Citizen In this podcast, you will listen to fun, relevant and dynamic English conversations with me and other experienced fluency coaches. These lessons are designed to help you become a confident, natural English speaker AND Global Citizen. You will learn: - The vocabulary, phrasal verbs, idioms, and slang that you ACTUALLY need to know - How to understand fast-spoken English from various native and advanced non-native fluency coaches - Native pronunciation and Connected Speech (How natives reduce, cut and connect the sounds) And so much more! By the way, to get the best experience with our podcast, we highly recommend you listen to it on the RealLife English App. With every episode you get a full, interactive transcript and vocabulary definitions. That way, you won’t miss a single thing! Just search for RealLife English in your favorite app store. Subscribe to this podcast so you don’t miss a single new episode. Aww yeah! Download the App:

Words to Know

Braid- to tie hair together to make a thicker piece of hair
Pick up line- phrase used to attract a person you are interested in
Wuss/wimp- coward
Let someone down- to not fill expectations, disappoint
To kill something- to do a perfect job
Follow through with something- to do a job or task until you have finished without quitting
Deadline- to final time you have to finish something
Ask around- to ask many people the same question to get many opinions
Bumpy- turbulent, and unstable situation
All you can eat buffet- a buffet when you can eat as much as you want repetitive times
Staple- a small piece of metal used to hold pieces of paper together
Hardcore fan- fans who are really dedicated and don’t miss an episode


  • RLE party in Belo Horizonte was awesome as normal
  • The first RLE parties in Rio de Janeiro and Barcelona on the 19th of September

Shout Outs

  • Eduardo – Special shout out from RLE Podcast listener from Belo Horizonte 


  • What’s the difference between luggage, baggage, suitcase and duffle bag 


  • Put the pedal to the metal
  • Whatever floats your boat
  • Jump ship
  • A rocky road
  •  Slippery slope
  • To go to town (on something)




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