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(NEW: Video and audio-only versions available) Have you been to the dentist lately? In this first-ever video podcast, we feature one of our latest Shorties and discuss useful vocabulary all about… teeth! While recording, we’re interrupted by some personal text messages that we reveal and deconstruct for your learning pleasure!
Falar Português Brasileiro
Falar Português Brasileiro
Falar Português
#53 - Jeitinho brasileiro
Para tudo o brasileiro dá um jeito, mas eu não posso dar um jeitinho orgânico para ter mais seguidores no Instagram, no Twitter ou curtidas na página do Facebook, para isso eu preciso de você! Você que está me ouvindo em casa, ou enquanto faz a sua caminhada, ou enquanto dirige para o trabalho. Acesse o seu Instagram pesquise @falarportuguesbrasileiro e siga o meu perfil! Fez uma postagem bonita? Marque a gente lá! Vamos compartilhar conhecimento! Ahh o Twitter é @fale_portugues. Você que me escuta pelo Apple Podcasts deixa lá umas estrelinhas para mim. Eu também preciso de vocês. O material do podcast está disponível acessando o link aqui na descrição. Os exercícios que constarem como “Resposta pessoal” você poderá enviar para a minha correção. Episódios 1 ao 29: https://go.hotmart.com/M42707905E?dp=1 Episódios 31 ao 47: https://go.hotmart.com/P44278530S?dp=1 Para tudo nós damos um jeitinho, menos para essas coisas aí! Você já fez o seu cadastro? Isso eu também não posso dar jeitinho. Você precisa ir lá na página https://falarportuguesbrasileiro.com/ e realizar o seu cadastro para receber o seu material. Estou falando dos “jeitinhos” que vocês podem fazer por mim, mas, certamente, você já deve ter ouvido falar do “jeitinho brasileiro” por aí. Esse jeitinho brasileiro é famoso no mundo todo. Se não ouviu ainda prepare o seu ouvido e fique atento a este episódio.
11 min
5 Minute Italian
5 Minute Italian
Katie and Matteo
#86: PIACERE in Italian: the ultimate guide to talking about things you like
Get the bonus materials for this episode: http://joyoflanguages.com/italian-podcast-piacere-in-italian Join our Italian club and get a free mini Italian lesson every Sunday: http://courses.joyoflanguages.com/5-minute-italian/ Leave a review on itunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/5-minute-italian/id1217040140 Today's Italian words: Mi piace = I like it (lit. to me, it pleases) Ci piace cucinare = We like cooking. (lit. to us, it pleases) Ci = to us Piace = it pleases Cucinare = cooking Mi piace = I like it (lit. to me, it pleases) Ci piace = we like it (lit. to us, it pleases) Ti piace = you like it (lit. to you, it pleases) Gli piace = He likes it, they like it (to him/them, it pleases) Le piace = She likes it, you formal like it (to her, you formal, it pleases) Ci piace = We like it (to us, it pleases) Vi piace = You plural like it (to you plural, it pleases) Mi piacciono = I like them (to me, they please) Ti piacciono = You like them (to you, they please) Gli piacciono = He/they likes them (To him/them, they please) Le piacciono = She likes them, you formal like them (To her/you formal, they please) Ci piacciono = We like them (To us, they please). Vi piacciono = You plural like them (To you plural, they please). Mangi = you eat Piaci = you please Mi piaci = I like you (lit. to me, you please) Piacete = you plural please Mi piacete = I like you guys (lit. to me, you plural please) Mangio = I eat Piaccio = I please Ti piaccio = You like me (lit. to you, I please) Piacciamo = we please Ti piacciamo = you like us (lit. to you, we please) Mi sta simpatico = I like him (clearly platonic) Mi sta simpatica = I like her (clearly platonic) Mi piace cucinare = I like cooking (lit. to me, it pleases, cooking) Mi piace andare al cinema = I like going to the cinema (lit. to me it pleases, going..) Mi piace mangiare = I like eating (to me, it pleases, eating). For more vocabulary, see this post: http://joyoflanguages.com/italian-podcast-piacere-in-italian
26 min
The Yogic Studies Podcast
The Yogic Studies Podcast
Yogic Studies
17. Stuart Sarbacker | Tracing the Path of Yoga
In this episode, we speak with Dr. Stuart Ray Sarbacker about his newest book Tracing the Path of Yoga: The History and Philosophy of Indian Mind-Body Discipline (2021, SUNY Press). We explore the origins of yoga, what Stuart calls the numinous and cessative dimensions of yoga, early tantric sources for Haṭhayoga, as well as unique yoga teachings from the Purāṇas. We discuss the importance of mantra and sacred sound, varying interpretations of Aṣṭāṅgayoga, and the under-appreciated influences of Buddhism and Jainism throughout yoga's history. *Speaker Bio* *Stuart Ray Sarbacker *is an Associate Professor of Philosophy and Religion in the School of History, Philosophy, and Religion at Oregon State University. His work is centered on the relationships between the religious and philosophical traditions of Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism, especially with respect to the practices of yoga and tantra, including both bodily disciplines and contemplative practices. He also works on issues related to method and theory in the study of religion, with a particular focus on religious experience and its interpretation. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and has performed institutional study and fieldwork in India, Nepal, and Japan. He has written three books, including Samādhi: The Numinous and Cessative in Indo-Tibetan Yoga (SUNY Press), The Eight Limbs of Yoga: A Handbook for Living Yoga Philosophy (Farrar, Straus, and Giroux), and the forthcoming Tracing the Path of Yoga: The History and Philosophy of Indian Mind-Body Discipline (SUNY Press). He is a co-founder and former co-chair of the American Academy of Religion’s Yoga in Theory and Practice unit, and has also served as the co-chair of the American Academy of Religion’s Mysticism section. In addition to his academic credentials, Professor Sarbacker is an active yoga practitioner and teacher, having trained extensively in contemporary yoga and meditation traditions in India and the United States. *Links * * https://oregonstate.academia.edu/StuartSarbacker  * Tracing the Path of Yoga (Sarbacker 2021)
1 hr 40 min
Learn Polish Podcast
Learn Polish Podcast
Roy Coughlan
#100 I like Poland Because
Learn Polish in a fun way with short Episodes. On the 100th Episode we talk about why I like Poland. All Social Media + Donations https://linktr.ee/learnpolish To listen to all Episodes + The Speaking Podcast + The Meditation Podcast + Business Opportunities please visit http://roycoughlan.com/ Now also on Bitchute https://www.bitchute.com/channel/pxb8OvSYf4w9/ Youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCk5CEEWZ2KgUTYJOTXNL8lQ To get Skype lessons from Kamila or her team please visits http://polonuslodz.com/ In this Episode we discuss: Wyjątkowy dzień- A special day O Polsce- About Poland Lubię Polsce bo w Polsce jest piękne morze- I like Poland because Poland has a beautiful sea Morze Bałtyckie- Baltic Sea Pierogi- Dumplings Pyszne jedzenie- Delicious food Piękne miasto Gdańsk- Beautiful city Gdańsk Trójmiasto- Tri-City Kraków jest pięknym miastem- Krakow is a beautiful city Stare miasto- Old Town Dużo zabytków- A lot of monuments Piękna architektura- Beautiful architecture Dużo turystów- Lots of tourists Dobre piwo- Good beer W Polsce są piękne kobiety- There are beautiful women in Poland Niebieskie oczy- Blue eyes Jasna karnacja- Light complexion Molo w Sopocie- The Sopot molo Piękne góry Tatry- Beautiful Tatra Mountains Piękne jeziora- Beautiful lakes Mazury- Masuria Polska jest nowoczesna- Poland is modern W Polsce jest dużo atrakcji- There are many attractions in Poland Język polski jest piękny- The Polish language is beautiful Napiszcie w komentarzach, lubię Polskę bo… - Write in the comments, I like Poland because ... If you would like Skype lessons from kamila or her team please visit http://polonuslodz.com/ All Polish Episodes / Speaking Podcast / Meditation Podcast / Awakening Podcast/ Polish Property & business Offers - http://roycoughlan.com/ Please Share with your friends / Subscribe and give a 5* Review - Thank You (Dziekuje Bardzo :) )
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