The Academic Writing Podcast project is aimed at developing your academic writing skills through your ears. In our short radio shows, we are discussing and explaining phrases which cover most of your needs for composing an academic article. However, the idea is not only to familiarize you with vocabulary per se, but let you practice it! Do not hesitate and re-play the track as many times as you need. Absorb the language, repeat after the speakers, and use the new lexis in your own writing. You will find all model phrases with clarification, examples, and sample texts in PDF files accompanying MP3s.
We hope to keep rolling in 2012 recording AW podcasts on regular basis. Surely, we will be glad to hear back from you, so do not hesitate and leave comments, if any. Keep your ears open!
Practice academic writing vocabulary from our podcasts on-line and in your mobiles! Or, if you want, simply print out the cards! For more visit CARDS page
AWP 25 - Describing Results Part 2
AWP 24 - Describing Results Part 1
AWP 23 - Statistics Part 2Download mp3 (6.3 mb) Download pdf
AWP 22 - Statistics Part 1
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AWP 21 - Time
AWP 20 - Describing Problems Part 2
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AWP 19 - Describing Problems Part 1
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AWP 18 - Describing Change Part 2
AWP 17 - Describing Change Part 1
AWP 16 - Evidence
AWP 15 - Sources Part 2
AWP 14 - Sources Part 1
AWP 13 - Cause and Effect Part 2
AWP 12 - Cause and Effect Part 1
AWP 11 - Comparing and Contrasting
AWP 10 - Fixed Expressions
AWP 9 - Metaphors and Idioms
AWP 8 - Phrasal Verbs in Academic Writing
AWP 7 - Key Adverbs in Academic Writing
AWP 6 - Key Quantifying Expressions
AWP 5 - Key Adjectives in Academic Writing
AWP 4 - Key Nouns in Academic Writing
AWP 3 - Key Verbs in Academic Writing
AWP 2 - Most Common Academic Vocabulary (Part 2)
AWP 1 - Most Common Academic Vocabulary (Part 1)
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