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La Palma: Volcano erupts - BBC News Review La Palma: Volcano erupts - BBC News Review
2 days ago En
On the Spanish island of La Palma, a volcano has erupted and has seen thousands of people evacuated from their homes. La Palma is one of the Canary Islands and is located off the coast of Africa. Neil and Roy talk about the vocabulary from this story so you can talk about it too. Related stories: News Review: California Wildfires https://youtu.be/TaiS8S_0DW8 Lingohack: Turning moon dust into water https://youtu.be/50P4oSsZXng Video chapters: 0:00​​​​​​​​​​ - Introduction 0:30 - Story 1:32 - Headline 1: Volcano erupts on Canary Islands spewing lava into air after 'earthquake swarm' 4:53 - Headline 2: Spanish Canary Island volcano erupts, sending lava streaming towards villages 8:04 - Headline 3: Volcano erupts on Spanish island La Palma as rescuers scramble to evacuate 5,000 residents 11:22 - Language summary The story: A volcano has erupted on the island of La Palma in the Canaries. Thousands of people living in four villages were evacuated as rivers of lava poured down the hillside. The volcano last
Is 'ough' the Trickiest Sound in English? | English Spelling & Prounciation Lesson Is 'ough' the Trickiest Sound in English? | English Spelling & Prounciation Lesson
3 days ago En
The way we spell things in English is not always the way we pronounce them. Take these four letters, for example, o-u-g-h. How do we pronounce them? There are up to 11 different ways of pronouncing this sound - learn them with Thomas! 0:00 Intro 0:22 How we do pronounce 'ough' words? 1:30 More ways to pronounce 'ough' words 1:47 Why are there so many ways of pronouncing 'ough'? 2:44 Are there any rules for 'ough' words? Discover more of our top pronunciation tips in Tim's Pronunciation Workshop: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLcetZ6gSk96-ayXj5thbTpbh2vHWpP08o Or visit our website for lots more great content: https://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish/
Robot artists - 6 Minute English Robot artists - 6 Minute English
1 week ago En
Ai-Da is a robot that paints and creates art - but what else could they do in the future? Neil and Sam discuss the topic and teach you related vocabulary. This week's question The name, Ai-Da, uses the abbreviation for ‘artificial intelligence’ - AI - to make a woman’s first name, but which famous, real-life Ada was the robot named after? Was it: a) Ada Brown?, b) Ada Lovelace? or, c) Ada Maris? Listen to the programme to find out the answer. Vocabulary dystopia an imaginary future society where everything is bad non-verbal communication communication that does not involve speaking such as using physical gestures and facial expressions appeal the quality in someone that makes them attractive and interesting compelling so exciting and interesting that it holds your attention battles to win problems to be solved; obstacles to be overcome iron (something) out remove or find solutions to a problem To download the audio and a transcript, go to: https://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish/english/features/6-
Emma Raducanu wins US Open: BBC News Review Emma Raducanu wins US Open: BBC News Review
1 week ago En
Emma Raducanu ended Britain's 44-year wait for a women's Grand Slam singles champion as she beat Leylah Fernandez to win the US Open in the most thrilling style. The 18-year-old ended her scarcely believable run in New York with a 6-4 6-3 win over her 19-year-old Canadian opponent in a high-quality final. Rob and Catherine talk about the vocabulary from this story so you can talk about it too. Related stories: News Review: Wimbledon: Return of tennis tournament https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5uKieSFcwss News Review: Record breaking snow hits Spain https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QPIQAyVwBxI Video chapters: 0:00​​​​​​​​​​ - Introduction 0:30 - Story 1:32 - Headline 1: Emma Raducanu: Teenager’s US Open run captures imagination 4:50 - Headline 2: The Guardian: Anatomy of a tennis sensation: Emma Raducanu’s run to final is no fluke 7:36 - Headline 3: Metro: How New York has fallen for Britain’s tennis sensation Emma Raducanu 11:00 - Language summary The story: Emma Raducanu has ended Britain’s 44 year w
Using the Historical Present to Improve YOUR Jokes and Stories! | English Grammar Lesson Using the Historical Present to Improve YOUR Jokes and Stories! | English Grammar Lesson
1 week ago En
Learn this English grammar trick to make your jokes and anecdotes more interesting by playing with tenses! The dramatic present in English can add a sense of immediacy to your story-telling to make it funnier, more engaging, or more interesting for the listener! So, yes, we can sometimes use the present to talk about the past! (No time machine needed.) 0:00 Intro 0:06 Using the present to talk about the past 1:14 The historical present 2:12 How does using past forms change the story? 2:38 Is 'will' the future and 'would' the past? Sian explains more about using the present to talk about the past here: https://youtu.be/WbtrD-As0Nw Discover more grammar lessons with 6 Minute Grammar here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLcetZ6gSk96_zHuVg6Ecy2F7j4Aq4valQ Or, visit our website to discover lots more English learning content: https://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish/
Is the planet warming up faster? - 6 Minute English Is the planet warming up faster? - 6 Minute English
2 weeks ago En
Episodes of extreme weather seem to be more frequent and some scientists suspect this might be caused by human-induced climate change. Climatologist Geert Jan van Oldenborgh talks about a heatwave that surprised climate modellers because it exceeded even the worst expectations. Neil and Sam discuss the topic and teach you related vocabulary. This week's question On 1st July Canada saw the temperature break records in Lytton. But just how hot did it get? a) 39 point 6 degrees Celsius b) 49 point 6 degrees Celsius c) 59 point 6 degrees Celsius Listen to the programme to find out the answer. Vocabulary wildfire a fire that is burning strongly and out of control in the countryside wake-up call shocking event which should make people realise that we need to take to change a situation heatwave short period of time, such as few weeks, when the weather is much hotter than usual jump a sudden increase gradual happening slowly over a long period of time shake someone’s confidence make someone doubt somethin
Abba: Pop superstars are back - BBC News Review Abba: Pop superstars are back - BBC News Review
2 weeks ago En
ABBA are back! This is every music fan’s dream to see their favourite band make a comeback, and now, for ABBA fans – that dream has become a reality. Not only have they announced a new album, but also they will be going on tour – but in digital format – replaced by avatars – or 'Abbatars' as some are calling them. Roy and Neil talk about the vocabulary from this story so you can talk about it too. Related stories: Why do people like sad music? - 6 Minute English https://youtu.be/Mqnlb_yj3bY Spotless reputation - Learn English vocabulary & idioms with Shakespeare Speaks https://youtu.be/-ZjfID4S0N8 Video chapters: 0:00​​​​​​​​​​ - Introduction 0:31 - Story 1:45 - Headline 1: Abba's so-called 'return' is an utterly dismal prospect 4:50 - Headline 2: Abba are back – with the old magic intact 7:45 - Headline 3: Abba, I Still Have Faith in You, review: comeback single is a bit of a damp squib 11:22 - Language summary The story: Now they famously sang ‘Thank you for the music’. And now, after 40 years, the
3 Ways to Pronounce 'ch' - English Pronunciation Lesson 3 Ways to Pronounce 'ch' - English Pronunciation Lesson
2 weeks ago En
When learning English pronunciation, you may have noticed that the words 'chemist' and 'cheese' start with the same two letters but are pronounced in a very different way. Why does this happen? ????It's all about history! Here we give you some interesting facts about the English language and give you the reason why 'ch' has so many different pronunciations! 0:00 Intro 0:19 Example words with 'ch' 0:41 The History of English 1:03 The History of 'ch' 2:00 Pronunciation of 'ch' words 2:48 Unusual pronunciations 3:07 Pronunciation of 'schedule' For more pronunciation lessons, check out our Full Guide To English Pronunciation: https://youtu.be/QxQUapA-2w4 Or, Tim's Pronunciation Workshop: https://youtu.be/psI7E_J1zPo For LOTS more great content, be sure to visit our website: https://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish/english/
Is chimp politics like ours? - 6 Minute English Is chimp politics like ours? - 6 Minute English
3 weeks ago En
Just like humans, chimps are highly intelligent. They live in social groups, have leaders and a desire for power. Neil and Sam talk about the topic and teach you related vocabulary along the way. This week's question Research shows that the reason chimpanzee behaviour so closely resembles human politics is because biologically we are almost identical. Did you know that a chimp is more like a human than like a gorilla? So, Sam, my quiz question is this: biologically, how close are chimpanzees to humans? a) 79 % b) 89 % c) 99 % Listen to the programme to find out the answer. Vocabulary alpha male the most successful and powerful male in any group over the hill used to describe someone who is old and no longer useful or attractive the power behind the throne someone who does not have official power but who secretly controls things coalition different political groups who join together for a limited time to form a government get together join together as a group; combine spoils benefits, advantages
Charlie Watts: Rolling Stones drummer dies - BBC News Review Charlie Watts: Rolling Stones drummer dies - BBC News Review
3 weeks ago En
Newspapers in the UK and abroad have featured this story to pay their respects to Charlie Watts, drummer of the Rolling Stones, who died at the age of 80. He had recently cancelled his appearance on a tour with the band. Tom and Neil talk about the vocabulary from this story so you can talk about it too. Related stories: Is music getting faster? - 6 Minute English https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zFpk5FsNndM Can Death Metal bring you joy? - 6 Minute English https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x4qC_ed3dRg Video chapters: 0:00​​​​​​​​​​ - Introduction 0:25 - Story 1:32 - Headline 1: Drummer Charlie Watts, Rolling Stones backbone, dies at 80 4:48 - Headline 2: Charlie Watts, ‘rock’ of the Rolling Stones, dies at 80 7:27 - Headline 3: Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr Pay Tribute to Charlie Watts: ‘Charlie Was a Rock’ 10:07 - Language summary The story: His face is on the front pages of all the papers this morning, even the Financial Times finds room, and that’s because Charlie Watts, who died yesterday at the age
Making sense of the census - 6 Minute English Making sense of the census - 6 Minute English
4 weeks ago En
Millions of people have tried to trace their family history and discover how their ancestors lived hundreds of years ago. And one of the most useful documents for research is the census. What is a census for? Why was it created? That's what Neil and Sam discuss as they teach you vocabulary. This week's question When BBC television programme, Who Do You Think You Are?, researched the family history of the British actor Danny Dyer, they discovered that the actor was related to someone very famous – but who? A) King Edward III B) William Shakespeare C) Winston Churchill Listen to the programme to find out the answer. Vocabulary census system of officially counting and classifying every person of a nation’s population figure out understand something; find the answer to something conscription the act of forcing people to join the army by law taxation system of taxing people an amount of money to be paid to the government to fund public services clerk office worker whose job involves keeping records tabul
‘Delay Afghan withdrawal’ UK asks US - BBC News Review ‘Delay Afghan withdrawal’ UK asks US - BBC News Review
1 month ago En
US soldiers, who are helping with the evacuation effort, are due to leave Kabul Airport in under a week. UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to ask President Biden to delay that withdrawal. Roy and Catherine talk about the vocabulary from this story so you can talk about it too. Related stories: Why we press buttons - 6 Minute English https://youtu.be/xwbAWiqMuNE Asking Questions - 6 Minute Grammar https://youtu.be/j9b1CNN_rFU Video chapters: 0:00​​​​​​​​​​ - Introduction 0:33 - Story 1:50 - Headline 1: Afghanistan: PM to press Biden to delay Kabul withdrawal 4:45 - Headline 2: Afghanistan: Boris Johnson to personally plead with Joe Biden to extend deadline for US withdrawal 7:02 - Headline 3: Boris Johnson will push Joe Biden to delay US withdrawal from Afghanistan 9:30 - Language summary The story: Boris Johnson is expected to personally ask President Biden to delay withdrawing the last American forces from Afghanistan to allow more time for the evacuation effort at Kabul International Airp
English vocabulary mega-class! Learn 10 everyday English 'sports and activities' expressions! English vocabulary mega-class! Learn 10 everyday English 'sports and activities' expressions!
1 month ago En
Improve your English vocabulary and speaking with this 'sports & activities expressions' compilation box set from our series 'The English We Speak'! Do lots of listening practice and learn LOTS of new vocabulary! There are 10 programmes in this collection from BBC Learning English and each one explains the meaning and use of a real everyday British English expression with plenty of examples of how to use the words in real-life contexts! 0:00 - Intro 0:07 - What is a 'walk in the park'? 2:28 - What does 'like riding a bike' mean? 4:59 - What is 'dad dancing'? 7:22 - What is 'punching above your weight'? 9:49 - What does 'make a song and dance' mean? 12:34 - What is your 'A game'? 15:13 - What is 'couch surfing'? 17:57 - What does 'kick into the long grass' mean? 20:34 - What does 'up your game' mean? 22:58 - What does 'do a runner' mean? #learnenglish #englishvocabulary #sport
A future without doctors? - 6 Minute English A future without doctors? - 6 Minute English
1 month ago En
In this programme, Neil and Sam will be discussing whether the revolution in artificial intelligence, often shortened to ‘AI’, could replace human doctors and nurses. Can you imagine a future without doctors? Listen to the conversation and learn vocabulary along the way. This week's question It’s a well-known fact that skin is the human body’s largest organ – but how much skin does the average adult have? a) 2 square metres b) 3 square metres c) 4 square metres Listen to the programme to find out the answer. Vocabulary bedside manner the kind and caring behaviour shown by doctors and nurses to people who are ill freckle small brown or ginger spot on someone’s skin, especially a person with pale skin cancerous involving cancer diagnosis a doctor’s judgement about what someone’s particular sickness or disease is, made after examining them rule of thumb a useful and practical but approximate way of doing or measuring something where, how, what, why on earth...? an emphatic way of forming a statement or
Afghanistan: Taliban retake Kabul - BBC News Review Afghanistan: Taliban retake Kabul - BBC News Review
1 month ago En
The Taliban have retaken the Afghan capital of Kabul 20 years after being removed. The president has left the country and many people are evacuating. Roy and Catherine talk about the vocabulary from this story so you can talk about it too. Related stories: The English We Speak: Climate emergency https://youtu.be/3SOENeBwJyo News Review: Notre-Dame fire finally under control https://youtu.be/VLyBYPe3KCQ Video chapters: 0:00​​​​​​​​​​ - Introduction 0:28 - Story 1:20 - Headline 1: Afghans brace for Taliban rule after militants take control of Kabul 4:15 - Headline 2: Afghanistan is peaceful, Taliban say, chaos engulfs airport 6:57 - Headline 3: Taliban sweep into Afghan capital after government collapses 9:17 - Language summary The story: The Taliban’s seizure of Kabul comes twenty years after they were ejected from the city by a US-led offensive. President Ashraf Ghani fled to Uzbekistan saying he relinquished control to avoid bloodshed. The insurgents have urged calm, but Kabul is in chaos with man
Concussion in sport - 6 Minute English Concussion in sport - 6 Minute English
1 month ago En
Some sports, the so-called ‘full-contact’ sports like rugby, American football and boxing can be dangerous. Now, the truth about the long-term effects on players who make a career taking heavy tackles or punches to the head is being slowly revealed. Neil and Georgina talk about the topic and teach you related vocabulary along the way. This week's question Boxing is one of the most dangerous sports, and so my quiz question is about a famous boxer. Born in 1949, this boxer has remained mentally and physically fit despite years of punishment in the boxing ring. But who am I talking about? a) Muhammad Ali b) George Foreman c) Mike Tyson Listen to the programme to find out the answer. Vocabulary concussion a type of traumatic brain injury caused by a bump or blow to the head (to be) off bad or worse than usual; below the usual standard warped strange and unpleasant pick up the pieces try to return to normality after a crisis or collapse bright as a button very happy and cheerful, intelligent, and full
Climate crisis: Last warning for humanity? BBC News Review Climate crisis: Last warning for humanity? BBC News Review
1 month ago En
The world's largest ever report into climate change is published, setting out the stark reality of the state of the planet. The study, by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, says it is "unequivocal" that human activity is responsible for global warming Tom and Catherine talk about the vocabulary from this story so you can talk about it too. Related stories: News Review: Stark UN reports – Nature Loss report from 2019 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sbHOAOFlnKQ News Review: Can you sleep during lockdown? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v3QC1LII9jY Video chapters: 0:00​​​​​​​​​​ - Introduction 0:22 - Story 1:37 - Headline 1: COP26: UN issues stark warning on state of climate crisis 4:20​​ - Headline 2: Stark warning over climate change a ‘wake-up call’ 7:35 - Headline 3: UN report set to issue dire climate change warnings 9:36 - Language summary The story: United Nations researchers are set to make their strongest statement yet on the impact of climate change. In a key report setting out how
English vocabulary mega-class! Learn 10 everyday idiomatic English expressions in 25 minutes! English vocabulary mega-class! Learn 10 everyday idiomatic English expressions in 25 minutes!
1 month ago En
Improve your English vocabulary and speaking with this 'idiomatic expressions' compilation box set from our series 'The English We Speak'! Do lots of listening practice and learn LOTS of new vocabulary! There are 10 programmes in this collection from BBC Learning English and each one explains the meaning and use of a real everyday British English expression with plenty of examples of how to use the words in real-life contexts! 0:00 - Intro 0:07 - What is 'living in a bubble'? 2:19 - What is 'a taste of your own medicine'? 4:46 - What does 'to have all your Christmases come at once' mean? 7:21 - What does 'to have a good nose' mean? 10:02 - What does 'hot under the collar' mean? 12:37 - What does 'get the short straw' mean? 15:24 - What does 'throw shade' mean? 17:58 - What is a 'giant killer'? 20:48 - What does 'cough up' mean? 23:31 - What does 'wing it' mean? For more English videos and English lessons to help you learn English: www.bbclearningenglish.com We like receiving and reading your comments - pl
The history of swimming - 6 Minute English The history of swimming - 6 Minute English
1 month ago En
Swimming has many health benefits and since ancient times has been used to promote strength and wellbeing. But swimming’s not just about exercise – there’s far more to it beneath the surface as we’ll be finding out in this programme on the history of swimming. Neil and Georgina talk about the topic and teach you related vocabulary along the way. This week's question Someone who did enjoy swimming was the poet, Lord Byron. He wrote poems popularising the sport and in 1810 swam the Hellespont, a stretch of water separating Europe from Asia. But in which modern country can the Hellespont be found? a) Greece b) Cyprus c) Turkey Listen to the programme to find out the answer. Vocabulary take a dip go for a swim (informal) swim against the tide to not follow what everyone else is doing immodest shocking or embarrassing because it shows too much of the body nude not wearing any clothes, naked play hooky stay away from school without permission frowned upon disapproved of To download the audio and a
Olympics: Sprinter seeks asylum - News Review Olympics: Sprinter seeks asylum - News Review
1 month ago En
After criticising her team coaches, Belarusian sprinter Krystsina Tsimanouskaya claims that her country's officials tried to force her to get on a plane home. She is now seeking asylum in Europe and is under Japanese police protection. Neil and Roy talk about the vocabulary from this story so you can talk about it too. Related stories: News Review - S. Korea urges peaceful end to standoff https://youtu.be/Cb04skXtJ68 Will: The Grammar Gameshow Episode 17 https://youtu.be/uRO9jRcF7Ek Video chapters: 0:00​​​​​​​​​​ - Introduction 0:30 - Story 1:46 - Headline 1: Olympic sprinter who criticised regime in airport stand-off as she refuses to fly home 5:13​​ - Headline 2: Belarus Olympic sprinter 'forced to airport against her will' after criticising coach 8:40 - Headline 3: Tokyo Olympics 2021: Krystsina Tsimanouskaya kidnap plot 11:36 - Language summary The story: An Olympic sprinter from Belarus is said to be seeking asylum in Europe after claiming she was being forced to return home from the Tokyo Games
Are humans a messy species? - 6 Minute English Are humans a messy species? - 6 Minute English
1 month ago En
How do us humans compare with other animals when it comes to keeping ourselves and our environment clean? In this programme, we’ll be asking whether humans as a species are naturally clean and tidy. Neil and Sam talk about the topic and teach you related vocabulary along the way. This week's question: In Victorian times the population of London boomed and so did all the pee and poo being thrown into the River Thames. It got so bad that by the 1850s the awful smell had its own name – but what? A) The Great Stench B) The Great Stink C) The Great Smell Listen to the programme to find out the answer. Vocabulary out of sight, out of mind said to emphasise that it is easier to forget something when you cannot see it go to great lengths try very hard to achieve something territorial markers smells secreted by animals into their dung or urine to mark their territory disgust strong feeling of dislike or repulsion nausea the feeling that you are going to vomit or be sick raise make a stink about something make
Tunisia's prime minister fired after protests - News Review Tunisia's prime minister fired after protests - News Review
1 month ago En
Tunisia's president has dismissed the prime minister and suspended parliament, after violent mass protests across the country on Sunday. The protests were due to the government's handling of a massive recent increase in Covid cases – along with general unrest over the nation's economic status Neil and Roy talk about the vocabulary from this story so you can talk about it too. Related stories: Trump's tax returns - BBC News Review https://youtu.be/vAtbUJooywo Why do people like sad music? - 6 Minute English https://youtu.be/Mqnlb_yj3bY Video chapters: 0:00​​​​​​​​​​ - Introduction 0:30 - Story 1:30 - Headline 1: Tunisia’s president accused of ‘coup’ after dismissing PM 5:18​​ - Headline 2: Protesters in Tunisia demand government step down amid Covid-aggravated economic woes 8:26 - Headline 3: Tunisian president ousts government in move critics call a coup 10:06 - Language summary The story: The President of Tunisia, Kais Saied, has sacked his prime minister, Hichem Mechichi, and suspended parliament f
English vocabulary mega-class! Learn 10 everyday 3-word English expressions in just 23 minutes! English vocabulary mega-class! Learn 10 everyday 3-word English expressions in just 23 minutes!
2 months ago En
Improve your English vocabulary and speaking with this '3-word expressions' compilation box set from our series 'The English We Speak'! Do lots of listening practice and learn LOTS of new vocabulary! There are 10 programmes in this collection from BBC Learning English and each one explains the meaning and use of a real everyday British English expression with plenty of examples of how to use the words in real-life contexts! 0:00 - Intro 0:06 - What does 'you do you' mean? 2:21 - What does 'not gonna lie' mean? 4:52 - What does 'bang on about' mean? 7:43 - What does 'left on read' mean? 10:27 - What does 'all that jazz' mean? 12:42 - What does 'so done with' mean? 14:20 - What does 'rub it in' mean? 16:22 - What does 'running on fumes' mean? 19:03 - What is 'a necessary evil'? 21:21 - What does 'step on it' mean? For more English videos and English lessons to help you learn English: www.bbclearningenglish.com We like receiving and reading your comments - please use English when you comment.
The language of wine - 6 Minute English The language of wine - 6 Minute English
2 months ago En
For some, it's a companion when it comes to relaxing at the end of a hard day. For others, it's a complex elixir which requires study and involves almost a ritual. We are talking about wine. Rob and Sam talk about the life of a sommelier and teach you related vocabulary along the way. This week's question In 2018, a bottle of wine dating back to 1774 sold at auction in eastern France for a record-breaking price. Do you know how much it was sold for? a) $20,800 b) $120,800 c) $220,800 Listen to the programme to find out the answer. Vocabulary plonk cheap, poor quality wine connoisseur someone who enjoys a particular thing and knows a lot about it sommelier someone who serves and give advice about wine in a restaurant sheer word used to emphasise the amount of something; nothing but palate describes someone’s ability to distinguish and appreciate different tastes encodes changes information into something
Pegasus: Activists 'spied on' - News Review Pegasus: Activists 'spied on' - News Review
2 months ago En
A mobile phone spyware, known as Pegasus, that was intended to target criminals, may have been used to monitor human rights activists and politicians around the world. Neil and Roy talk about the vocabulary from this story so you can talk about it too. Related stories: Britain must diet, say health officials - BBC News Review https://youtu.be/_JXsUYTX8Ms Searching for the Loch Ness Monster - Lingohack https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HsVqUrkf-Bs Video chapters: 0:00​​​​​​​​​​ - Introduction 0:32 - Story 1:35 - Headline 1: Pegasus: Spyware sold to governments 'targets activists' 4:51​​ - Headline 2: Washington Post: Investigation finds Israeli-designed spyware was used to hack journalists and activists around the world 8:03 - Headline 3: 50,000 VIPs 'including Jamal Khashoggi's wife' were targeted by cyber hackers for rogue regimes 11:10 - Language summary The story: It's alleged human rights activists and politicians around the world may have been monitored using a mobile phone spyware intended to targ
Flexible working - 6 Minute English Flexible working - 6 Minute English
2 months ago En
The coronavirus pandemic might have changed our attitude to work and people are more comfortable with working from home than ever before. However, this trend started much earlier with new rules that allowed people some flexibility. In this programme, Neil and Georgina discuss if the 9-to-5 shift in the office will soon be a thing of the past and teach you vocabulary along the way. This week's question According to data from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), workers from which country work the longest hours? a) South Korea b) Germany c) Mexico Listen to the programme to find out the answer. Vocabulary routine the usual, fixed way of doing things common sense our judgement to make sensible decisions match work equally on both sides inflexible unwilling to change bias unfairness; treating one group of people more favourably than another active involved with (something) [Cover: Getty Images] To download the audio and a transcript, go to: https://www.bbc.co.uk/learnin
Italy win Euro 2020 - News Review Italy win Euro 2020 - News Review
2 months ago En
Sunday evening was the final match of Euro 2020. The game saw England take on Italy. After a tense match which ended in penalties, Italy won their first European Championship since 1968. Neil and Tom talk about the vocabulary from this story so you can talk about it too. Related stories: Italy's World Cup hopes destroyed: BBC News Review https://youtu.be/5zHJElTt7kw Long working hours 'kills 745,000 people a year': BBC News Review https://youtu.be/J7rHpGaA6hA Video chapters: 0:00​​​​​​​​​​ - Introduction 0:28 - Story 1:28 - Headline 1: Italy erupts in celebration after Euro soccer triumph (Reuters) 4:08​​ - Headline 2: ‘It’s my responsibility’: Gareth Southgate shoulders blame for England’s Euro 2020 final defeat (Independent) 6:55 - Headline 3: Euro 2020 Final: Small number of fans broke into Wembley, say police (BBC) 9:20 - Language summary The story: There’s ecstasy in Italy but agony in England after Gareth Southgate’s men were beaten on penalties in the final of Euro 2020. While in Rome, the part
English vocabulary mega-class! Learn 10 everyday 2-word English expressions in just 23 minutes! English vocabulary mega-class! Learn 10 everyday 2-word English expressions in just 23 minutes!
2 months ago En
Improve your English vocabulary and speaking with this '2-word expressions' compilation box set from our series 'The English We Speak'! Do lots of listening practice and learn LOTS of new vocabulary! There are 10 programmes in this collection from BBC Learning English and each one explains the meaning and use of a real everyday British English expression with plenty of examples of how to use the words in real-life contexts! 0:00 - Intro 0:07 - What does 'mic drop' mean? 2:17 - What does 'tone deaf' mean? 5:10 - What does 'talk shop' mean? 7:25 - What is 'big data'? 10:21 - What is a 'sticking point'? 13:13 - What is the 'new normal'? 15:38 - What is a 'slippery slope'? 18:04 - What is a 'serial returner'? 20:43 - What is 'cabin fever'? 24:30 - What does 'crunch time' mean? For more English videos and English lessons to help you learn English: www.bbclearningenglish.com We like receiving and reading your comments - please use English when you comment.
Hypnotism - 6 Minute English Hypnotism - 6 Minute English
2 months ago En
Either used for treating phobias or just for entertainment, hypnotism has always fascinated us. One question that’s often asked: can anyone be hypnotised or are there people - maybe you - who are less hypnotisable than others? Rob and Sam talk about the topic and teach you related vocabulary along the way. One of the first Europeans to hypnotise people became so famous that his name is forever associated with hypnotic trances – but who was he? a) Sigmund Freud b) Franz Mesmer c) Harry Houdini Listen to the programme to find out the answer. Vocabulary trance a state of consciousness in which you are not completely aware or in control of yourself, but in which you can hear and see things and respond to commands given by others suggestible easily influenced by other people lose track of time become so occupied with something that you are not sure how much time has passed get sucked into (something) become involved in a situation when you do not want to be involved to hone in on (something) to give a
Queen gives medal to health service: BBC News Review Queen gives medal to health service: BBC News Review
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The Queen has awarded the George Cross to the NHS as the health service marks its 73rd anniversary on Monday. In a personal message, the Queen said NHS staff across the UK had worked "with courage, compassion and dedication" for more than 70 years. Neil and Catherine talk about the vocabulary from this story so you can talk about it to Related stories: When the Queen approved Harry and Meghan’s plan to leave their official royal duties: News Review https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZH5LuH4FeXc Covid-19: Will vaccine be for all? News Review https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uSqT75A9sXM Video chapters: 0:00​​​​​​​​​​ - Introduction 0:28 - Story 1:44 - Headline 1: Queen Elizabeth honours Britain's health service for pandemic work (Reuters) 4:08​​ - Headline 2: NHS gets George Cross: Queen awards medal to ALL staff and praises Covid heroes for frontline effort. (Mail Online) 7:40 - Headline 3: Queen gives 'courageous' and 'dedicated' NHS the George Cross as William and Kate mark its 73rd birthday (Sky News) 10:
Saving the white rhino - 6 Minute English Saving the white rhino - 6 Minute English
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Northern white rhinos are extinct in the wild. Conservationists are working on an artificial breeding programme, using eggs from the last two females in captivity in Kenya and sperm from a deceased male to preserve the species. Neil and Sam talk about the research by the Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research in Berlin, and teach you related vocabulary. This week's question Recently there’s been a new development in the story, but before we hear more, it’s time for my quiz question. The name, ‘rhinoceros’, comes from the ancient Greek, but what exactly does it mean? a) thick skin b) horned nose c) small eye Listen to the programme to find out the answer. Vocabulary embryo an unborn animal or human being in the very early stages of development, inside its mother’s womb inbreeding when animals or people are born by breeding between closely related parents hybrid animal or plant that has been bred from two different species calf the young of several large mammals including cows, elephants,
Wimbledon: Return of tennis tournament Wimbledon: Return of tennis tournament
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It's the start of Wimbledon - the famous tennis tournament. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the event was cancelled last year. Now it has returned, but at first, the tournament will only allow half the normal number of visitors. Learn vocabulary to talk about this news story. Related stories: Australia's 'one-in-a-fifty-year' flood: BBC News Review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Glzc5bRljMI&t=2s TEWS Playlist: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLcetZ6gSk96_sototkO7HFkGA8zL8H0lq Video chapters: 0:00​​​​​​​​​​ - Introduction 0:28 - Story 1:34 - Headline 1: Wimbledon must be on the way! Tennis tournament faces first-week washout as Met Office warns thunderstorms will bring torrential rain, flooded roads and travel chaos on Monday 4:44​​ - Headline 2: Danielle Lao Gets Back to Wimbledon, and Makes the Most of It 7:04 - Headline 3: Wimbledon’s bars and eateries court public in hope of net gain 9:26 - Language summary The story Wimbledon gets underway today after being cancelled in 2020 because of the pan
English vocabulary mega-class! Learn 10 everyday English 'animal' expressions in 23 minutes! English vocabulary mega-class! Learn 10 everyday English 'animal' expressions in 23 minutes!
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Improve your English vocabulary and speaking with this 'animals' compilation box set from our series 'The English We Speak'! Do lots of listening practice and learn LOTS of new vocabulary! There are 10 programmes in this collection from BBC Learning English and each one explains the meaning and use of a real everyday British English expression with plenty of examples of how to use the words in real-life contexts! 0:00 - Intro 0:07 - What does 'let sleeping dogs lie' mean? 2:47 - What is the 'rat race'? 4:54 - What is 'peacocking'? 7:24 - What are 'sheeple'? 9:33 - What does 'barking up the wrong tree' mean? 12:06 - What is a 'sting in the tail'? 14:38 - What is 'sadfishing'? 17:30 - What is the 'GOAT'? 20:04 - What is 'cloud cuckoo land'? 22:21 - What is a 'tiger mother'? For more English videos and English lessons to help you learn English: www.bbclearningenglish.com We like receiving and reading your comments - please use English when you comment. #animals #BritishEnglish #vocabulary
Making old things last longer - 6 Minute English Making old things last longer - 6 Minute English
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The world creates more than two billion tonnes of rubbish every year - shouldn't we start making it easier to fix objects and clothes rather than throw them away and buy new ones? Rob and Sam talk about companies in Sweden doing just that, and teach you vocabulary along the way. This week's question: The company was started by Rafi Mohammad, a student of Industrial Innovation at the University of Stockholm. But what was the inspiration behind Rafi’s idea? Was it: a) he wanted to impress his girlfriend? b) he was sick of breathing in the city’s car fumes? c) he was late for his lecture because of a flat tyre? Listen to the programme to find out the answer. Vocabulary a given something that is assumed to be true or certain to happen no-brainer a decision that is very easy to make; an obvious choice stuff things, objects and personal possessions (informal) peer effect the positive or negative influence of peers and friends on the way you behave foster encourage the development and growth of ideas o
Olympics: First transgender athlete - News Review Olympics: First transgender athlete - News Review
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Laurel Hubbard will become the first transgender athlete to compete in the Olympics. Hubbard is a weightlifter from New Zealand and will take part in the Tokyo Olympics. Hubbard previously competed in men’s competitions before transitioning in 2012. Learn vocabulary to talk about this news story. Related stories: Football: 'Super League' for Europe: BBC News Review: https://youtu.be/wkrMJuKyOZU Nike-Kaepernick advert controversy: BBC News Review: https://youtu.be/fPs0XuYanww Video chapters: 0:00​​​​​​​​​​ - Introduction 0:30 - Story 1:38 - Headline 1: Trans weightlifter Laurel Hubbard set to make history at Tokyo Olympics 4:33​​ - Headline 2: 'Polarizing topic': Sides grapple with fairness of trans women competing on female teams 7:46​​​​​​​​ - Headline 3: Controversy brews over transgender weightlifter set to create history at Tokyo Olympics 10:37 - Language summary The story The New Zealand weightlifter, Laurel Hubbard, is set to become the first transgender athlete to compete at the Olympics. The c
Building rapport with others - 6 Minute English Building rapport with others - 6 Minute English
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Do you establish a good understanding and communication with other people? Do you find it easy to get on with everybody? Neil and Georgina discuss four styles of communication and teach you related vocabulary along the way. This week's question In 1936, American writer Dale Carnegie wrote a famous self-help book on building rapport. It sold over 30 million copies, making it one of the best-selling books of all time – but what is it called? a) How to get rich quick b) How to stop worrying and make friends c) How to win friends and influence people Listen to the programme to find out the answer. Vocabulary rapport a relationship between two people based on good understanding and communication to get on with (someone) to like someone and enjoy a friendly relationship with them walk a tightrope be in a difficult situation which requires carefully considering what to do objective based on the facts not personal feelings or emotions frank express yourself in an open, honest and sincere way sarcastic s
Euro 2020: Player has heart attack - News Review Euro 2020: Player has heart attack - News Review
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Danish footballer Christian Eriksen collapsed on the pitch as the game approached half time. His teammates formed a ring around him – many were in tears. The cameras eventually switched to shots of the stadium. Eriksen was taken to hospital and in now recovering. The Danish team doctor has said that Eriksen suffered cardiac arrest – also known as a heart attack. The game was abandoned temporarily but continued once the players had been told Eriksen was awake. Related stories: Football: 'Super League' for Europe: BBC News Review - https://youtu.be/wkrMJuKyOZU "Will you marry me?" proposal at the Emmys: BBC News Review - https://youtu.be/74Ld9nzEVH4 Video chapters: 0:00​​​​​​​​​​ - Introduction 0:33 - Story 2:10 - Headline 1: Christian Eriksen 'stable' after collapsing during Euro 2020 game as doctor describes how medical team 'got him back' 6:20​​ - Headline 2: Crown Princess Mary of Denmark releases heartfelt statement to footballer Christian Eriksen 8:30​​​​​​​​ - Headline 3: Euro 2020: Heart doctor'
English vocabulary mega-class! Learn 10 everyday English expressions with 'the' in just 23 minutes! English vocabulary mega-class! Learn 10 everyday English expressions with 'the' in just 23 minutes!
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Improve your English vocabulary and speaking with this 'expressions with 'the'' compilation box set from our series 'The English We Speak'! Do lots of listening practice and learn LOTS of new vocabulary! There are 10 programmes in this collection from BBC Learning English and each one explains the meaning and use of a real everyday British English expression with plenty of examples of how to use the words in real-life contexts! 0:00 - Intro 0:07 - What does 'spill the tea' mean? 2:31 - What does 'take the biscuit' mean? 5:03 - What does 'bite the bullet' mean? 7:40 - What does 'talk the talk' mean? 10:11 - What does 'let the dust settle' mean? 12:15 - What does 'just the ticket' mean? 14:59 - What does 'take the rough with the smooth' mean? 17:23 - What does 'the more the merrier' mean? 20:35 - What does ' put someone on the map' mean? 22:56 - What does 'flatten the curve' mean? For more English videos and English lessons to help you learn English: www.bbclearningenglish.com We like receiving and reading
Food superstitions - 6 Minute English Food superstitions - 6 Minute English
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Have you ever blown out the candles on a birthday cake and made a wish? Or thrown rice over the bride and groom at a wedding? Rob and Sam talk about food superstitions and teach you vocabulary along the way. This week's question: The tradition of carving pumpkins, or Jack o’ Lanterns as they’re called in the United States, started out as a Celtic festival in Ireland - but it was the Americans who started using pumpkins. So what vegetable did the Irish originally use to scare away ghosts? a) turnips b) potatoes c) squash Listen to the programme to find out the answer. Vocabulary superstitions old, unscientific beliefs which are connected with magic rather than human reason ward off prevent someone or something from harming you; repel evil eye bad luck or magical spells which have the power to cause bad things to happen blanket term idiomatic phrase used to describe many examples of related things chutney foodstuff mixing fruit, spices, sugar and vinegar teach (you) a lesson show you what you sho
Lilibet: Harry and Meghan's new baby - News Review Lilibet: Harry and Meghan's new baby - News Review
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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex – better known as Harry and Meghan – have announced the birth of their second child. They’ve named her ‘Lilibet’, which was the Queen’s nickname when she was a child. The baby’s middle name is ‘Diana’, which was the name of Harry’s mother. Related stories: Queen agrees Harry and Meghan plan: BBC News Review - https://youtu.be/ZH5LuH4FeXc The language of biscuits - 6 Minute English - https://youtu.be/4yiVfwDkntQ Video chapters: 0:00​​​​​​​​​​​​ - Introduction 0:35- Story 1:40 - Headline 1: Foster: Harry and Meghan's new baby's name a nod to the Queen (CNN) 5:10 - Headline 2: What’s in a name? The meanings of Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor 8:18 - Headline3: Who is bumped down the line of succession by Harry and Meghan's second child? 11:35​​​​​​​​​​​​ - Language summary The story The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have announced the birth of their second child. The girl was born on Friday in Santa Barbara, California. She’s been named Lilibet Diana after the Queen and Prin
The Rosetta Stone - 6 Minute English The Rosetta Stone - 6 Minute English
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In this programme, Rob and Sam talk about one of the most famous museum objects in the world, and how it helped us to get to know the writing system used by ancient Egyptians. You'll learn a bit of history, and some useful English vocabulary along the way. This week's question The writing on the Rosetta Stone is a tax agreement between the priests and which Egyptian pharaoh? a) Cleopatra b) Ptolemy c) Ramesses Listen to the programme to find out the answer. Vocabulary hieroglyphs pictures or symbol that represents words and sounds and were used in ancient Egypt decipher discover the meaning of a piece of writing, even though it is difficult to read or understand pearls of wisdom wise words, sayings or advice prodigy a young person with a great natural ability or talent for doing something get the bug suddenly develop a strong enthusiasm for something there is no holding (somebody) back (idiom) when someone is doing something so enthusiastically they cannot be stopped Cover: Getty Images] To
Olympics: Tokyo too hot for athletes? - News Review Olympics: Tokyo too hot for athletes? - News Review
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There is a new report about the effects of climate change on Olympic athletes. The report says that the temperatures in Tokyo are rising three times more quickly than in other places in the world. This causes extreme heat, which the report says puts the health of athletes at risk. Related stories: What They Really Mean: Questions As Warnings https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=65f6vZOKuqw Lingohack – Baby elephant zoo trade banned. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Boo4FLIUQ3g Video chapters: 0:00​​​​​​​​​​​​ - Introduction 0:30​ - Story 1:40 - Text 1:The mean annual temperature in Tokyo, the capital city and host of the 2021 Olympics, has risen by 2.86°C since 1900. 5:10 - Headline 2: REVEALED: Team GB's secret computerised pill to help tame the stifling heat and humidity at the Tokyo Olympics 8:18 - Text 3: The study details how events such as the triathlon, the marathon, tennis and rowing could be adversely impacted by hot conditions. 10:35​​​​​​​​​​​​ - Language summary The story A new report suggests
English vocabulary mega-class! Learn 10 everyday English 'food and drink' expressions in 25 minutes! English vocabulary mega-class! Learn 10 everyday English 'food and drink' expressions in 25 minutes!
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Improve your English vocabulary and speaking with this 'food and drink' compilation box set from our series 'The English We Speak'! Do lots of listening practice and learn LOTS of new vocabulary! There are 10 programmes in this collection from BBC Learning English and each one explains the meaning and use of a real everyday British English expression with plenty of examples of how to use the words in real-life contexts! 0:00 - Intro 0:07 - What does 'milk it' mean? 2:35 - What does 'cherry-pick' mean? 5:27 - What does 'waffle on' mean? 8:09 - What is a 'pea souper'? 10:14 - What does 'snackable' mean? 12:40 - Different meanings of the word 'roast' 15:20 - What does 'leaves a bad taste in your mouth' mean? 17:50 - Why do people say 'salty'? 21:17 - What does 'something to chew on' mean? 23:36 - What does 'awesomesauce' mean? 25:58 - What does 'curry favour' mean? For more English videos and English lessons to help you learn English: www.bbclearningenglish.com We like receiving and reading your comments - pl
Compassion fatigue - 6 Minute English Compassion fatigue - 6 Minute English
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The suffering brought about by the coronavirus pandemic seems to be making people tired of feeling sorry for others and themselves. This is what is called 'compassion fatigue'. Are we being dehumanised? Is our compassion for others finite? After more than a year, have we reached our limit? Rob and Sam talk about the phenomenon and teach you vocabulary along the way. This week's question: Humanitarian workers see human suffering on a daily basis and can easy fall victim to compassion fatigue. Founded in 1971, Médecins Sans Frontières is one of the biggest humanitarian organisations. But what does Médecins Sans Frontières mean? a) Medicine to the frontline b) Doctors without borders c) Medicine first Listen to the programme to find out the answer. Vocabulary compassion fatigue emotional exhaustion which reduces your ability to empathise or feel compassion for other people’s unhappiness and pain numb unable to feel any emotions or think clearly because you are so shocked, frightened or tired learned he
Belarus accused of 'hijacking': BBC News Review Belarus accused of 'hijacking': BBC News Review
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Western countries have condemned Belarus for diverting a plane flying over its territory to arrest a Belarusian opposition journalist. EU leaders were due to discuss their response to what the union's executive called a "hijacking" and the US state department said was "a shocking act". Belarus scrambled a fighter jet to force the plane - bound for Lithuania - to land, claiming a bomb threat. Police came and took Roman Protasevich away when passengers disembarked. Learn vocabulary to talk about the news. Related stories: Harry and Meghan interview: BBC News Review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wy8865AR9fM&t=23s New European Super League? BBC News Review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wkrMJuKyOZU&t=34s Video chapters: 0:00​​​​​​​​​​​​ - Introduction 0:32​ - Story 2:27 - Headline 1:World leaders condemn Belarus for ‘hijacking’ Ryanair flight to arrest opposition activist 5:45 - Headline 2: AUS joins global outcry at Belarus over seizure of blogger from Ryanair flight 8:32 - Headline 3: Belarus forces
Hermits - 6 Minute English Hermits - 6 Minute English
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Are you happy being all alone, in silence, for long periods of time? Some people love it! Neil and Rob discuss why anybody would want to be a hermit and teach you vocabulary along the way. This week's question: Christopher Wright lived in complete isolation for nearly 30 years. When hikers discovered his tent all they found was an alarm clock. Why did Christopher Wright, the hermit of the Maine woods, United States, needed an alarm clock? Was it: a) to remind him when to hide his tent? b) to frighten away wild animals? c) to wake him up at the coldest part of the night so he didn’t freeze to death? Listen to the programme to find out the answer. Vocabulary hermit someone who lives alone and apart from the rest of society, especially for religious reasons dictum short statement or saying giving wise advice or a general truth about life recluse (noun) someone who lives alone and deliberately avoids other people drop out reject the normal rules and conventions of society and live outside the system b
Long working hours 'kills 745,000people a year': BBC News Review Long working hours 'kills 745,000people a year': BBC News Review
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Long working hours are killing hundreds of thousands of people a year, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). The first global study of its kind showed 745,000 people died in 2016 from stroke and heart disease due to long hours. Neil and Tom give you the vocabulary to talk about this news story. Related stories: 6 Minute English: Would you work for free? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nNlS1lWEiQA News Review: Is red meat bad for you? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=67bRNdqQ7ec Video chapters: 0:00​​​​​​​​​​​​ - Introduction 0:36​ - Story 2:07 - Headline 1: Long working hours are a killer, WHO study shows 5:28 - Headline 2: A new study has put the spotlight on just how detrimental working long hours are for people's health 8:00 - Headline 3: This work-related disease burden is particularly significant in men 10:04​​​​​​​​​​​​ - Language summary The story: The study looked at health risks for people working fifty-five hours a week or more and found a thirty-five percent higher risk of stroke a
4 verbs for cooking - English In A Minute 4 verbs for cooking - English In A Minute
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Do you follow recipes? Charlene's here to explain 4 verbs we use to talk about cooking. Which sentence could be from a recipe? a) Mix in the tomatoes. b) Mix up the tomatoes. Summary here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish/english/course/eiam/unit-2/session-71 For more English videos and English lessons to help you learn English: www.bbclearningenglish.com We like receiving and reading your comments - please use English when you comment. #bbclearningenglish​​ #cookingverbs #englishinaminute
When males are not needed - 6 Minute English When males are not needed - 6 Minute English
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Many animals can reproduce without having sex. Does it bring any advantage to the species that do that? Neil and Rob talk about science, listen to an evolutionary biologist and teach you vocabulary along the way. This week's question: In Britain’s Chester Zoo in 2006, ‘Flora’ laid eleven eggs that developed into healthy babies. Her zookeepers were mystified because Flora had only been kept with other females and had never been near a male. But what type of animal was Flora? a) a python b) a zebra shark c) a Komodo dragon Listen to the programme to find out the answer. Vocabulary mate an animal’s sexual partner celibate not having sex paradox situation which seems contradictory or impossible because it contains two opposite facts hatch when an egg breaks open in order to allow the young animal to come out the best of both worlds situation where you can enjoy the advantages of very different things at the same time hedge your bets follow two courses of action instead of making a decision between
China Rocket lands in ocean - BBC News Review China Rocket lands in ocean - BBC News Review
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The remains of a Chinese rocket that was travelling back towards Earth at great speed have crashed into the Indian Ocean. Most of the rocket was destroyed as it re-entered the atmosphere, but Chinese state media reported that parts of it landed just west of the Maldives on Sunday. People have been wondering for days where the rocket might land. US officials and other experts warned its return could have caused injuries. But China insisted the risk was low. Neil and Catherine give you the vocabulary to talk about this news story. Related stories: SpaceX splash down - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X0MU_hP4RF0&list=PLcetZ6gSk968l1s4WuxwyhiyEUmg5GOZC&index=35 Harry and Meghan's interview - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wy8865AR9fM&list=PLcetZ6gSk968l1s4WuxwyhiyEUmg5GOZC&index=9 Video chapters: 0:00​​​​​​​​​​​​ - Introduction 0:34​ - Story 1:43 - Headline 1: China-US tensions move to space as rocket debris heads for Earth 4:45 - Headline 2: China blames the US for hyping fears of uncontrolled rocket ree
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