About Dialogue Frog

A podcast for learning English through short conversations.

Welcome to Dialogue Frog! Dialogue Frog is a podcast of real (and sometimes silly) English conversations for learning English. As a podcast for learning English, you can practice your English speaking, listening and shadowing skills at any time and anywhere!

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Meet the voices of Dialogue Frog


Emma is the main host of Dialogue Frog. Emma enjoys learning languages, talking with people, reading books and watching international tv shows. She can speak some Japanese and is starting to learn Chinese. In the future, she wants to study Korean and French.


Rachel is an occasional co-host of Dialogue Frog. When she isn’t working, she enjoys sewing, painting and making jewelry. She also knows a lot about nutrition and cooking. Rachel’s special talent is in making cute and silly voices.


Luke is a co-host of Dialogue Frog. He spends most of his time listening to music, writing music, playing musical instruments or shopping for more musical equipment. When he isn't working on music, Luke enjoys telling jokes, playing old video games, board games and building things. He once studied Italian and French and claims to know a little English. 


Geoff is an occasional co-host of Dialogue Frog. He enjoys a good cup of coffee and listening to vinyl records. He is also fond of his pet cat, Kitty.

Learn more about Dialogue Frog

Dialogue Frog is a podcast for learning 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 the Dialogue Frog podcast 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 Englisher 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. 🙂