El área de inglés tiene a su disposición una serie de podcasts, los cuales cubren una gran variedad de temas. Lo invitamos a escuchar las grabaciones que nuestros estudiantes han realizado para aprovechar esta oportunidad de practicar y mejorar su manejo del idioma inglés.
We are pleased to present you with the latest Externado University FIGRI English Area Podcast. This time, students talk about a variety of subjects, including movies, anecdotes, places to go out in Bogotá, and famous people. There’s even a competition – make sure you enter before the end of July, 2015! Information about the episode can be found here.
For our latest podcast, we talk to Rachel Joseph from Children of the Andes about this NGO’s work with vulnerable children in Colombia. You can see information about the programme here. For more information about Children of the Andes, visit their website: www.childrenoftheandes.org/
This time, we wanted to look at people’s experiences speaking and using English, so we have a couple of interviews of well-travelled Colombians discussing their lives. We also have some rather insightful horoscopes and a dramatic reading of a short story, which comes straight from the Externado’s Ink magazine! Download the information on the show’s production here
We are proud to present our new podcast, which is an election special, featuring interviews with the mayoral candidates Gustavo Petro, Carlos Galan and David Luna. You can download the podcast here (6mb, 13 minutes), and the information on participants here.
As the idea is to give students a space where they can speak and be heard in English, you may find some grammatical and pronunciation mistakes in this recording. With much excitement, we are able to present our brand-new podcast – a place where you can have your say and practice your speaking and listening skills! You can download here the second edition of the podcast, featuring a variety of different sections.
This podcast contains specially prepared features, including some jokes, a conversation between two friends, some information on reporting verbs and a discussion of bullfighting. We hope you enjoy listening to this first installment, and would like to invite you to take part in future podcasts.