American English Podcast

089 - Dessert Adjectives with Charlie

December 23, 2020 Shana Thompson Season 2 Episode 89
American English Podcast
089 - Dessert Adjectives with Charlie
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American English Podcast
089 - Dessert Adjectives with Charlie
Dec 23, 2020 Season 2 Episode 89
Shana Thompson

Hi Everyone! Christmas is just a few days away and what better way to prepare than by learning how to describe desserts in English. Whether you celebrate Christmas or not, the holiday season tends to be a time of indulgence; if you're not diving into calorie-filled desserts with your family members (even just on Zoom this year), what are you doing?!? In English the four tastes are sweet, salty, sour and bitter (some also mention umami). Today, we'll talk about other adjectives to describe your favorite desserts so that you can get more creative when talking about them.

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Hi Everyone! Christmas is just a few days away and what better way to prepare than by learning how to describe desserts in English. Whether you celebrate Christmas or not, the holiday season tends to be a time of indulgence; if you're not diving into calorie-filled desserts with your family members (even just on Zoom this year), what are you doing?!? In English the four tastes are sweet, salty, sour and bitter (some also mention umami). Today, we'll talk about other adjectives to describe your favorite desserts so that you can get more creative when talking about them.

To gain access to the full episode, transcript, podcast player, quizzes and more, be sure to sign up to Season 2 (see below)

Charlie's Info

Premium Content (formerly called the Classroom)

Other Content

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Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/americanenglish)