Good content and format, but tones matter.
I think the format for this podcast is great and they keep their conversations pretty relevant and interesting. However, the husband’s pronunciation can be abysmal. He ignores tones most of the time and it isn’t properly corrected, which is a shame since folks listen to this podcast to improve their own Chinese and probably could use similar correction at times themselves. I think it’s a missed teaching/learning opportunity.
Groucho Pearl via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/12/24
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Most podcasts are either to easy and go over the basics of grammar and vocabulary or are to hard and are spoken completely in Chinese. This is very much a “chill” podcast. It talks about intermediate topics while still staying grounded in English allowing me to relax and learn. Great show!
Egood via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/11/21
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tiberiouss via Apple Podcasts · Malaysia · 10/20/19
The format of this podcast is brilliant in so many ways. I first admit I haven’t tried to access the study material and transcript which might elevate my learning even further. So let me focus on what I have benefited from. Each week Karen and Bailie have a focus topic. They start by introducing...Read full review »
Biblically via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 07/22/23
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