Dialogue Frog is a website and podcast for practicing English listening and speaking skills. With short conversations and weekly updates, it is fun and easy to study English with Dialogue Frog!
Short conversations are the easiest to use for practicing English. Most conversations on Dialogue Frog are about 3 minutes long. They are easy to listen to and repeat. This makes it easier to listen to the pronunciation and intonation of English words when they are used in conversations.
These short dialogues can be used in many different ways depending on your current level of English. Listen and repeat the conversations to focus on improving your pronunciation, intonation or listening comprehension.
On the Dialogue Frog website, you can listen to the same short conversations from the podcase while following along with a transcript. Each episode page also has a vocabulary list. Some episodes also have fun videos or additional information on the ‘Extra!’ tab. Use the these tools to help with your listening comprehension. New episodes are added to the website once per week.
The Dialogue Frog podcast is a convenient way to practice English. Subscribe to Dialogue Frog on your favorite audio streaming service. The Dialogue Frog podcast updates once per week.
Dialogue Frog is a podcast and website for studying English by using short conversations.
Dialogue Frog updates with a new conversation once a week on this website and also on most podcast services, such as Spotify, Apple Podcasts and more.
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There are many different ways to use Dialogue Frog to improve your English. You may want to focus on listening comprehension, intonation or pronunciation.
Read our 3 Ways to Improve Your Speaking and Listening Skills in English page for more ideas.
Questions are great! Unfortunately, we focus on conversations and listening practice at Dialogue Frog. Grammar is very important but it is not the focus of our podcast.
If you have a grammar question while listening to Dialogue Frog, try asking your friends on social media. If you are taking English classes, try asking your teacher or tutor. You can also post your question in a community of native English speakers or English learners on language exchange websites or applications.
The ending sound of the word 'dialogue' rhymes with the word 'frog.' We felt this play on words suited the short and sometimes silly nature of a Dialogue Frog conversation.
You can thank Luke for the name. 🙂