Hey there! Merry Christmas and a happy new year for 2021. This is my last episode for the year, where we look at some questions for reflection on the year that has been. 

Below I have included the list of questions from the episode, so that you can use them on yourself, or with friends or family.

I also wanted to leave you with a list of the ten most popular episodes from the year. If you haven't checked them out before, then click and listen and you are good to go. 

It's been a pleasure serving you, and I look forward to having you with me next year for more English and more learning. 

Happy New year! 

Questions from the episode

  1. 1
    What is the biggest lesson learnt this year?
  2. 2
    What surprised me most this year?
  3. 3
    What am I most proud of this year?
  4. 4
    What is my greatest achievement this year?
  5. 5
    What is my biggest regret this year?
  6. 6
    What is my biggest failing this year?
  7. 7
    What have I done this year to look after my body and mind?
  8. 8
    What should I have done this year to better look after myself?
  9. 9
    Who helped me the most this year?
  10. 10
    What was the nicest thing someone did for me this year?
  11. 11
    What was the nicest thing I did for someone this year?
  12. 12
    Who should have I called and reconnected with this year?
  13. 13
    How would you summarise your year in a paragraph? 

Top Ten Episode of 2021

Financial Vocabulary #1:

June 9th, listen here

Ten expressions for giving opinions:

May 25th, listen here

How to Have Effective Business Meetings in English: Tips for English Language Learners:

April 27th, listen here

Ten dynamic expressions for business:

July 27thth, listen here

Financial Vocabulary #3:

September 28th, listen here

How to give and respond to suggestions:

April 22nd, listen here

How To Add Emphasis In Meetings That Will Increase Your Influence:

July 2nd, listen here

Words and Expressions to Start Using in 2021:

February 8th, listen here

Despite, in spite of, although and however.:

March 25th, listen here

How to acknowledge people in conversation:

February 2nd, listen here

Final thoughts

It's been another great year of the podcast and I appreciate your support. Thank you very much for giving me some of your time, I appreciate it. I hope I have been able to help you improve on your English language learning journey. 

You know I love to hear from you all, so don't be shy, drop me a comment or send me a SpeakPipe, it's always lovely to hear from each and every one of you.

Have a great start to your 2022.  

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Andrew


Andrew is the CEO and founder of the Art of Business English. Besides teaching and coaching native Spanish speakers in Business English, he is also passionate about mountain biking, sailing and healthy living. When He is not working, Andrew loves to spend time with his family and friends.

Andrew Ambrosius

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