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HHH08 Interview with Rachel’s English

Rachel’s English is an educational YouTube channel teaching American English pronunciation to ESL students. Even as a native speaker, I find her videos very interesting and entertaining. In this interview, we cover her start as an opera singer and how that led to teaching English pronunciation then we give some great advice and discuss New Yorkers versus Bostonians!

 

Show Notes

  1.  How to start an opera career (and end one)
  2.  Goethe-Institut
  3.  Phrasal verbs
  4.  Idioms
  5.  How to hang a lucky horseshoe
  6.  Gibbons reserve in LA
  7.  Barrel of Monkeys
  8.  War Tax Resistance
  9.  Cross-country road trips
  10.  Advice: What to do in your 20s?
  11.  The paradox of choice
  12.  YouTube Space LA
  13.  The personality of cities
  14.  Slacker
  15.  Red paint

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5 Comments

  1. Bill Zimmerman on March 7, 2017 at 11:47 am

    Fix your Audio Hilah !! Very muffled . Your guest has the better mic.

    • Hilah on March 7, 2017 at 12:00 pm

      Hey Bill,
      It didn’t sound muffled to me, but I did give her my pop filter since I only have one. We were using the same model of mics and recording into the same recorder so there shouldn’t be a huge discrepancy in sound.

      • Ramón on March 8, 2017 at 9:40 am

        Hilah

        To me, Rachel is probably the BEST teacher I’ve ever had. She is very Professional. Congratulations for having her in your show.

        Thanks

        Ramón ( México )

  2. Gary Lum on March 7, 2017 at 4:34 pm

    I really enjoyed this show Hilah. Great guest.

    • Hilah on March 10, 2017 at 9:14 am

      Thanks, Gary!

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