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Our podcasts are audio programs to help "communicate orally" in English by making the you "speak" with short sentences to repeat, complete or transform orally.

Doing exercises by speaking aloud is far more difficult than doing the same as written work. Try it yourself. And the training is far more beneficial! You remember much more and can use what you have practiced.
We publish podcasts on this site, which are also found on iTunes.

QualityTime-ESL Podcasts (interactive oral grammar training)

Your English (interactive exercises to build active vocabulary)

5 Minute TOPs (interactive exercises based on lyrics and quotes)

Essential English Podcasts for Beginners (oral exercises for learners who know little or no English)

All these podcasts are free oral exercises/drills providing active training in speaking skills.

Some of the scripts are free. The others can be purchased at our storefor a minimal fee. We now have special packs for mobile devices.

The quickest way to download the podcasts is to go to iTunes and type my name "Marianne Raynaud" in the search box in the upper right-hand corner of the homepage. But you must sign up. Here on our site, you do not need to give an email address or a bank card number.

You can also use the following RSS feeds:

QualityTime-ESL Podcasts (Oral exercises on essential English structures)

Your English (Oral exercises to build vocabulary)

5-minute TOPs (Oral exercises based on song lyrics and quotes)

Essential English (For Beginners) (Oral exercises for leaners who know very little English)

For more information, you can read the article Using Free QualityTime-ESL Podcasts Drills In Your Teaching.

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QT-ESL 57 A Little/A Few/A Lot of (QT-ESL Podcasts)

Help you use correctly "a little," "a few" and "a lot of." Oral practice exercises by Marianne Raynaud.



QT-ESL 0B "Podcasts - More Information" (QT-ESL Podcasts)

The reason behind these QualityTime-ESL grammar oriented podcasts: the idea here is to "speak" the answers instead of writing them. Best way to learn to communicate correctly with English speaking people. The method is free and produced by Marianne Raynaud, formerly head of one of the language departments at INPG.



QT-ESL 56 Much vs. Many (QT-ESL Podcasts)

We help you distinguish between "much" and "many" so that you will no longer make mistakes with "a little" versus "a few." Oral practice exercises by Marianne Raynaud.



QT-ESL 55 Pronouncing Verbs in the Simple Past Tense-Exercises + Chart (QT-ESL Podcasts)

Help with the correct pronunciation of common verbs in the Simple Past Tense. Oral practice and a chart by Marianne Raynaud.



QT-ESL 54 Pronouncing Verbs in the Simple Past Tense + Chart (QT-ESL Podcasts)

Help with the correct pronunciation of common verbs in the Simple Past Tense. Oral practice and a chart offered free by Marianne Raynaud.



QT-ESL 53 For-Since-Ago 2 (QT-ESL Podcasts)

Interactive oral English language exercises for a course on speaking skills. This episode is continued help for with the use "for," "since" and "ago." Level: B2-C1.



QT-ESL 52 For-Since-Ago 1 (QT-ESL Podcasts)

Interactive oral English language exercises for a course on speaking skills. This episode is intended to help students learn to use "for," "since" and "ago" correctly. Level: B2-C1. Marianne Raynaud believes that oral training in the use of correct grammar will enable students to speak more fluently and make themselves understood properly.



QT-ESL 51 Who, whom, whose (QT-ESL Podcasts)

Interactive oral English language exercises for a course on speaking skills. This episode is intended to help students use "who, who and whose" correctly in questions. Level: B2-C1.



QT-ESL 50.1 & 50.2 - SELF-TEST 10 (QT-ESL Podcasts)

QT-ESL SELF-TEST 10 for podcasts 46-50: a way for you to evaluate your progress in spoken English (oral skills) in EFL/ESL/ELT courses.



QT-ESL 50 Why 2 (Advanced) (QT-ESL Podcasts)

Interactive oral English language exercises for a course on speaking skills. This episode is intended to help students learn to use "why" correctly in questions and indirect speech. It is a continuation of podcast No. 49 and is quite challenging (B2-C1).



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