Blog - Real Deal English,Headlines

Learning Through Headlines (20161028): Apple falls, Chipotle gets chomped, Boeing takes off

28 Oct , 2016  

We couldn’t have written a better headline if our lives depended on it! We’ll talk about what makes it so great in today’s LTH! https://finance.yahoo.com/video/apple-falls-chipotle-gets-chomped-134617297.html

Blog - Real Deal English,Headlines

Learning Through Headlines (20161026): ‘Driverless’ beer run; Bud makes shipment with self-driving truck

26 Oct , 2016  

Why can’t a minute be a little longer? We have SO much to talk about today, including the meaning of “beer run”, what Americans call Budweiser, as well as the future of driver-less cars. Don’t miss it! http://www.cnbc.com/2016/10/25/driverless-beer-run-bud-makes-shipment-with-self-driving-truck.html

Blog - Real Deal English,Headlines

Learning Through Headlines (20161024): Tiger Woods doesn’t regret cheating on his ex-wife

24 Oct , 2016  

Today we’re talking about a few different ways that Native speakers use the word “cheat” in daily life. http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2016/10/23/tiger-woods-doesnt-regret-cheating-on-his-ex-wife-elin-nordegren.html

Blog - Real Deal English,Headlines

Learning Through Headlines (20161021): Amy Schumer is sorry-not-sorry for insulting Donald Trump

21 Oct , 2016  

While Donald Trump makes a short appearance in today’s LTH, the focus this time is actually on comedian Amy Schumer and her “sorry not sorry” comments about insulting him. http://www.sfgate.com/entertainment/article/Amy-Schumer-is-sorry-not-sorry-for-insulting-9983796.php

Blog - Real Deal English,Headlines

Learning Through Headlines (20161019): Elon Musk’s 5 surefire ways to triumph over moments of doubt and failure

19 Oct , 2016  

We all have moments of doubts and failure. Today we’re looking at how Tesla’s Elon Musk overcomes such moments, as well as the meaning of the adjective “surefire”. http://finance.yahoo.com/news/elon-musks-5-surefire-ways-141240472.html

Blog - Real Deal English,Headlines

Learning Through Headlines (20161018): The first thing Bill Gates splurged on

18 Oct , 2016  

We’ve got a lot packed into today’s lesson: First, How do you pronounce “Porsche”? And second, what’s the meaning of “splurge”. Don’t miss the best minute in English learning available! http://www.businessinsider.com/bill-gates-splurge-porsche-911-microsoft-money-2016-10

Blog - Real Deal English,Headlines

Learning Through Headlines (20161014): Kate Middleton Just Stunned Her Fellow Passengers by Flying Coach

14 Oct , 2016  

Royals! They’re just like the rest of us! Find out what the phrase “fly coach” means in today’s Learning Through Headlines. Kate Middleton Just Stunned Her Fellow Passengers by Flying Coach

Blog - Real Deal English,Headlines

Learning Through Headlines (20161012): California’s First Dog, Sutter, is in Critical Condition

12 Oct , 2016  

From all of us at Real Deal English, hang in there Sutter! www.buzzfeed.com/jasonwells/calif…itical-condition

Blog - Real Deal English,Headlines

Learning Through Headlines (20161010): Thai women take dip in the road in pothole protest

10 Oct , 2016  

We didn’t know potholes could get so big! Find out how people are protesting potholes in Thailand, as well how to use as the English phrase “take a dip” in today’s LTH! http://www.bbc.com/news/blogs-trending-37485461

Blog - Real Deal English,Headlines

Learning Through Headlines (20161008): Canadian PM Justin Trudeau is left hanging after trying to high-five Prince George

8 Oct , 2016  

Awk-ward! That’s the feeling you get when you are left hanging. Even if you are a famous world leader! We’ll talk about this phrase, “left hanging” in today’s LTH! http://www.standard.co.uk/news/uk/amusing-moment-canadian-pm-justin-trudeau-is-left-hanging-after-trying-to-highfive-prince-george-a3353461.html

Blog - Real Deal English,Headlines

Learning Through Headlines (20161004) Paris gunmen rob Kim Kardashian West of millions in jewelry

4 Oct , 2016  

In today’s Learning Through Headlines, we’re talking about the difference between “steal” and rob”. Don’t miss it! http://www.timescolonist.com/events/paris-gunmen-rob-kim-kardashian-west-of-millions-in-jewelry-1.2356581