Vocabulary Lists - Shopping, Clothes, Food

  • advertising campaign: a series of advertisements to persuade people to buy something
  • big brand names: large well-known companies or product names
  • to be careful with money: to not over-spend
  • carrier bag: bags (usually plastic) supplied by shops
  • customer service: the degree to which customers are treated well
  • to get into debt: to owe money
  • to give someone the hard sell: to put pressure on someone to buy something
  • high street names: well-known shops
  • independent stores: small shops independent of large companies
  • local shops: community shops
  • loyalty card: a card issued by a shop to allow customers to save money on the basis of what they spend
  • must-have product: a product that is very popular that a lot of people want to have
  • to be on a tight budget: to have a limited amount of money to spend
  • to be on commission: to pay someone in relation to the amount they sell
  • a pay in cash: to pay for something using coins or paper money
  • to pay the full price: to pay the full amount for something
  • to pick up a bargain: to buy something much cheaper than the normal price
  • to run up a credit card bill: to owe money on a credit card
  • to shop around: to try different shops to find the best deal
  • shop assistant: the person who serves customers
  • to shop until you drop: to do a lot of shopping
  • to slash prices: to reduce prices a great deal
  • to snap up a bargain: to buy something quickly that is being sold cheaply
  • summer sales: a period in the year when things are sold cheaply
  • to try something on: to see if an item of clothing fits or is suitable
  • to be value for money: to be worth the cost
  • window shopping: to visit a store to look at items without the intention of buying anything
  • Clothes and Fashion
    • to be on trend: to be very fashionable
    • casual clothes: not formal
    • classic style: a simple, traditional style that is always fashionable
    • designer label: a well-known company that makes (often expensive) clothing
    • dressed to kill: wearing clothes that attract admirers
    • to dress for the occasion: to wear clothes suitable for a particular event
    • fashionable: in fashion
    • fashion house: a company that sells (usually expensive) new styles in clothes
    • fashion icon: a person who is famous for their sense of fashion
    • fashion show: an event where modals show off the latest in fashion designs
    • to get dressed up: to put on nice clothes, often to go out somewhere special
    • to go out of fashion: to not be in fashion any more
    • hand-me-downs: clothes that are passed down from older brothers or sisters to their younger siblings
    • to have an eye for (fashion): to be a good judge of
    • to have a sense of style: the ability to wear clothes that look stylish
    • the height of fashion: very fashionable
    • to keep up with the latest fashion: to wear the latest fashions
    • to look good in: to wear something that suits you
    • to mix and match: to wear different styles or items of clothing that aren’t part of a set outfit
    • must-have: something that is highly fashionable and therefore in demand
    • off the peg: clothing that is ready made
    • old fashioned: not in fashion any more
    • on the catwalk: the stage that modals walk along to show off the latest fashions
    • a slave to fashion: someone who always feel the need to wear the latest fashions
    • smart clothes: the kind of clothes worn for a formal event
    • to suit someone: to look good on someone
    • to take pride in one’s appearance: to pay attention to how one looks
    • timeless: something that doesn’t go out of fashion
    • vintage clothes: clothes from an earlier period
    • well-dressed: to be dressed attractively
    • to be full up: to eat to the point that you can no longer eat any more
    • to be starving hungry: an exaggerated way of saying you are very hungry
    • to bolt something down: to eat something very quickly
    • to be dying of hunger: an exaggerated way of saying you are hungry
    • to eat a balanced diet: to eat the correct types and amounts of food
    • to eat like a horse: to eat a lot
    • to follow a recipe: to cook a meal using instructions
    • to foot the bill: to pay the bill
    • a fussy eater: somebody who has their own very high standards about what to eat
    • to grab a bite to eat: to eat something quickly (when you’re in a rush)
    • to have a sweet tooth: to enjoy sugary food
    • home-cooked food: food cooked at home from individual ingredients
    • the main meal: the most important meal of the day, usually eaten in the evening
    • to make your mouth water: to make you feel very hungry for something
    • to play with your food: to push food around the plate to avoid eating it
    • processed food: commercially prepared food bought for convenience
    • a quick snack: to eat a small amount of food between meals
    • a ready meal: see ‘processed food’
    • a slap up meal: a large meal
    • to spoil your appetite: to eat something that will stop you feeling hungry when it’s meal-time.
    • a take away: a cooked meal prepared in a restaurant and eaten at home
    • to tuck into: to eat something with pleasure
    • to wine and dine: to entertain someone by treating them to food and drink
    • to work up an appetite: to do physical work that leads to you becoming hungry

    @темы: Vocabulary, Shopping, Food&Cooking, Fashion, Clothes


    Vocabulary Lists - Relationships and Character

    • to break up: to end a romantic relationship
    • to drift apart: to become less close to someone
    • to enjoy someone’s company: to like spending time with someone
    • to fall for: to fall in love
    • to fall head over heels in love: to start to love someone a lot
    • to fall out with: to have a disagreement and stop being friends
    • to get on like a house on fire: to like someone’s company very much indeed
    • to get on well with: to understand someone and enjoy similar interests
    • to get to know: to begin to know someone
    • to go back years: to have known someone for a long time
    • to have a lot in common: to share similar interests
    • to have ups and downs: to have good and bad times
    • a healthy relationship: a good, positive relationship
    • to hit it off: to quickly become good friends with
    • to be in a relationship: to be romantically involved with someone
    • to be just good friends: to not be romantically involved
    • to keep in touch with: to keep in contact with
    • to lose touch with: to not see or hear from someone any longer
    • love at first sight: to fall in love immediately you meet someone
    • to pop the question: to ask someone to marry you
    • to see eye to eye: to agree on a subject
    • to settle down: to give up the single life and start a family
    • to strike up a relationship: to begin a friendship
    • to tie the knot: to get married
    • to be well matched: to be similar to
    • to work at a relationship: to try to maintain a positive relationship with someone
    • to be the life and soul of the party: a fun person, someone who is the centre of activity
    • to bend over backwards: to try very hard to help someone
    • broad-minded: prepared to accept other views or behaviours
    • easy-going: relaxed and not easily worried about anything
    • extrovert: an energetic person who likes the company of others
    • fair-minded: to treat people equally
    • fun-loving: to enjoy having fun
    • to hide one’s light under a bushel: to hide one’s talents and skills
    • good company: enjoyable to socialise with
    • good sense of humour: the ability to understand what is funny
    • introvert: someone who is shy
    • laid-back: see ‘easy-going’
    • to lose one’s temper: to suddenly become angry
    • narrow minded: opposite of ‘broad-minded’ (see above)
    • painfully shy: very shy
    • to put others first: to think of others before yourself
    • quick-tempered: to become angry quickly
    • reserved: shy
    • self-assured: confident
    • self-centred: thinks only of oneself
    • self-confident: believes in one’s own ability or knowledge
    • self-effacing: to not try to get the attention of others (especially in terms of hiding one’s skills or abilities)
    • to take after: to be like (often another member of the family)
    • thick-skinned: not easily affected by criticism
    • trustworthy: can be trusted
    • two-faced: not honest or sincere. Will say one thing to someone to their face and another when they are not present.

    @темы: Personality&Character, Relationship, Vocabulary


    Vocabulary Lists - Holidays

    • all-in package/package holiday: a holiday where you purchase the travel and accommodation together
    • breathtaking view: an extremely beautiful view
    • charter-flight: a cheaper form of flying than a scheduled flight
    • check-in desk: the place at the airport where you register for your flight and deposit your luggage
    • departure lounge: where you wait for your flight to be called
    • far-off destination: somewhere a long way away
    • to get away from it all: to take a holiday to escape a busy or stressful lifestyle
    • guided tour: an organised group shown around a place of interest by an expert
    • holiday brochure: a glossy publication with details of holiday packages
    • holiday destination: where you go for a holiday
    • holiday of a lifetime: a special holiday that you are unlikely to repeat
    • holiday resort: a place where lots of people go for a holiday
    • hordes of tourists: crowds of tourists
    • local crafts: objects produced locally
    • long weekend: an extended weekend holiday including Friday or Monday
    • out of season: outside of the main holiday period
    • picturesque village: very pretty village
    • passport control: the place where your passport is checked
    • places of interest: sites of interest to tourists
    • wildlife safari: a holiday, often in Africa, to observe wild animals
    • self-catering: a holiday where you supply your own food
    • short break: a short holiday
    • to go sightseeing: to look around the tourist sites
    • stunning landscape: extremely beautiful countryside
    • travel agent: a shop that specialises in booking holidays
    • tourist trap: somewhere where too many tourists go
    • youth hostel: a cheap form of accommodation

    @темы: Travelling and Tourism, Vocabulary, Holidays


    Vocabulary games

    10 Games to Play with any Vocabulary Words
    These vocabulary games are the perfect addition to your centers or word work! I have provided free printables and game pieces!


    Each student will need one of the free game boards. If you want to be able to use them over and over, laminate and have students use dry erase markers. Otherwise, they can use any writing utensil. Provide a long list of vocabulary words. Students will need 24 words, so it is a good game to play at the end of the unit to review. Students will write a different word in each box. They decide which words and what order to write them in so that every board is a little different. When you are ready to play, give students a definition. Students determine the word. If they have that word on their board, they can cover it or colour it. The first person to get five in a row is the winner.
    You can download the game board for free by clicking HERE.


    To play this game, you will need cards with vocabulary words and cards with their meanings. You can make them with index cards or you can use the free editable card template provided below. Students shuffle up the cards and place them face down in an array. Students take turns flipping two cards. If they flip over a match- the word and its meaning- they keep the two cards. If they are not a match, they flip the cards back over and it is the next person’s turn. Play continues until all of the cards are gone.

    You can grab these FREE editable word cards by clicking HERE.
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    @темы: English, Vocabulary, Vocabulary Games


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    Журнал New Yorker в разделе Fiction регулярно публикует рассказы современных авторов, доступ свободный.
    рассказы так же начитаны и их можно прослушать

    @темы: Reading, Listening, English, links


    Фонетический разбор звуков из придуманных языков)

    @темы: Linguistics, languages, videos


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    интерактивные упражнения на лексику по темам

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    подкасты по искусству - Each week, artists, art historians and authors join host Tyler Green to discuss their work

    worksheets по теме Crime and Punishment
    + упражнения по лексике

    @темы: Art, Crime, English, Podcasts, Vocabulary, Vocabulary Games, links


    The Different Types Of Accommodation In Tourism

    Hotel - An establishment that provides travelers with paid accommodation and other guest services. Depending on size, location, and amenities, hotels are generally rated from one-star to five stars, but letter grading (from “A” to “F”) and other rating schemes are also used to categorize hotels across the world.

    Hostel - Ideal for budget travelers and backpackers, a hostel is an inexpensive type of accommodation, usually with shared bedrooms and communal facilities.

    Motel - Originally designed for motorists, motels are roadside hotels equipped with minimal amenities and ample parking areas for motor vehicles.

    Cottage - In today’s tourism sector, the term cottage is used to describe a small vacation house, typically in a rural area.

    Chalet - Chalets are wooden Alpine-style buildings commonly found in and around mountain resorts.

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    @темы: Vocabulary, Travelling and Tourism, English


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    Реальные темы эссе с экзаменов IELTS в 2010

    Some people think that charity organizations should only offer help to people of their own country. But others believe that these organizations should give aid to people in great need wherever they live. Discuss both views and give your opinion.

    In today's world, it is private companies rather than government who pay for and carry out most on scientific research.
    To what extent do you think the advantages outweigh disadvantages?

    The gap between the rich and the poor is becoming wider. The rich are growing richer and the poor are growing poorer.
    What are the causes of this? What measures can be taken to reduce this problem?

    Today there is a great increase in anti.social behavior and lack of respect to others.
    What are the causes of this? What measures can be taken to reduce this problem?

    Air travel only benefits the richest people. The majority of people get no advantage from development of air travel.
    To what extent do you agree or disagree?

    Some people say politicians promote the development of society. However others believe that it is scientists who have more influence on the world.
    Discuss both views and give your opinion.

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    @темы: English, IELTS, Writing


    Phrasal verbs as nouns and adjectives


    from WIKITONGUES - Cumbrian, Cornish, Scotish Gaelic, Shetlandic, Doric Scots, Welsh


    Статьи по функциональной стилистике (РЯ и АЯ)

    1. Функциональные стили - стилистика английского языка

    2. Особенности функциональных стилей русского языка (научный, газетно-публицистический, официально-деловой, разговорный, церковно-религиозный)

    3. Церковно-религиозный стиль -Особенности функциональных стилей русского языка -Практическая стилистика

    4. Гальперин А.И. "Очерки по стилистике английского языка"

    5. Научный стиль: понятие, признаки и примеры

    6. Типы речи: повествование, описание, рассуждение

    @темы: Linguistics, links, Стилистика


    Verbs - Cooking

    add: To put ingredients together; to put one ingredient with the others.

    bake: To cook in an oven by using heat.

    barbecue: To cook foods (primarily meat) on a grill by using fire or hot coals.

    beat: To mix quickly and continually, commonly used with eggs.

    boil: To heat water until little bubbles form.

    break: To separate into smaller parts by force.

    broil: To cook meat or vegetables on a rack with an extremely high temperature.

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    @темы: Vocabulary, Food&Cooking


    Viewer - Spectator - Audience

    Viewers are in particular those who are watcing televison.
    A viewer could be also someone looking carefully at a picture or any other interesting object, like an artifact, sculptures in a museum, paintings and pieces of art in general.

    It refers also to someone watching something ,that is more likely to be a public event or activity ,but specifically sport events such as tennis matches, horse racing events etc...

    Refers to the ones watching or listening to a rather publically held event such as concerts, plays, public meetings.The people come to a certain place to watch this event ,whether a movie, a performance of any kind or a speech.
    When you say 'the audience of a television or radio progamme' you refer to all the people as a group watching or listening to it.

    @темы: Vocabulary


    Idioms - Health and Fitness

    English Idioms
    & Idiomatic Expressions

    in bad shape

    A person who is in bad shape is in poor physical condition.

    I really am in bad shape. I must do more exercise.

    back on your feet

    If you are back on your feet, after an illness or an accident, you are physically healthy again.

    My grandmother had a bad 'flu but she's back on her feet again.

    back into shape

    To get yourself back into shape, you need to take some exercise in order to become fit and healthy again.

    Eva decided she'd have to get back into shape before looking for a job.

    bag of bones

    To say that someone is a bag of bones means that they are extremely thin.

    When he came home from the war he was a bag of bones.

    full of beans

    A person who is full of beans is lively, active and healthy.

    He may be getting old but he's still full of beans.

    black out

    If you black out, you lose consciousness.

    When Tony saw the needle, he blacked out.

    blind as a bat

    Someone whose vision is very poor, or who is unable to see anything, is (as) blind as a bat.

    Without his glasses, the old man is as blind as a bat.

    blue around the gills

    (also: green or pale)

    If a person looks blue around gills, they look unwell or sick.

    You should sit down. You look a bit blue around the gills.

    feel blue

    To feel blue means to have feelings of deep sadness or depression.

    I'm going to see my grandmother. She's feeling a bit blue at the moment.

    kick the bucket

    To kick the bucket is a lighthearted way of talking about death.

    He will inherit when his grandfather kicks the bucket.

    cast iron stomach

    If you can eat all sorts of food and drink what you like, without any indigestion, discomfort or bad effects, it is said that you have a cast-iron stomach.

    I don't know how you can eat that spicy food. You must have a cast-iron stomach.

    clean bill of health

    If a person has a clean bill of health, they have a report or certificate declaring that their health is satisfactory.

    All candidates for the position must produce a clean bill of health.

    off colour

    If you are off colour, you look or feel ill.

    What's the matter with Tom? He looks a bit off colour today.

    dead as a doornail

    This expression is used to stress that a person is very definitely dead.

    At the end of the winter they found the old man as dead as a doornail.

    (like) death warmed up

    If you look like death warmed up, you look very ill or tired.

    My boss told me to go home. He said I looked like death warmed up.

    die with one's boots on

    A person who dies with their boots on dies while still leading an active life.

    He says he'll never retire. He'd rather die with his boots on!

    dogs are barking

    When a person says that their dogs are barking they mean that their feet are hurting.

    I've been shopping all day. My dogs are barking!

    drop like flies

    If people drop like flies, they fall ill or die in large numbers.

    There's a 'flu epidemic right now. Senior citizens are dropping like flies.

    hit the dust

    The expression hit the dust is a humorous way of referring to death.

    You can have my computer when I hit the dust!

    fit as a fiddle

    A person who is as fit as a fiddle is in an excellent state of health or physical condition.

    My grandfather is nearly ninety but he's as fit as a fiddle.

    frog in one's throat

    A person who has a frog in their throat has difficulty in speaking clearly because they have a cough or a sore throat.

    Teaching was difficult today. I had a frog in my throat all morning.

    hair of the dog that bit you

    Using as a remedy a small amount of what made you ill, for example a drop of alcohol when recovering from drinking too much, is called 'a hair of the dog that bit you'.

    Here, have a drop of this. It's a hair of the dog that bit you!

    hale and hearty

    Someone, especially an old person, who is hale and hearty is in excellent health.

    My grandmother is still hale and hearty in spite of her age.

    have a hangover

    To have a hangover means to suffer from the unpleasant after-effects of drinking too much alcohol.

    Many young people have a hangover after a party or celebration.

    hard of hearing

    If someone is hard of hearing, they can't hear very well.

    You'll have to speak louder to Mr. Jones. He's a bit hard of hearing.

    keep body and soul together

    If someone is able to keep body and soul together, they manage to survive.

    He was unemployed and homeless, but somehow he managed to keep body and soul together.

    land of the living

    This is a humorous way of saying that someone is still alive.

    Hi there! Glad to see you're still in the land of the living!

    on one's last legs

    If you are on your last legs, you are in a very weak condition or about to die.

    I was so sick that I felt as though I was on my last legs!

    living on borrowed time

    This expression refers to a period of time after an illness or accident which could have caused death.

    After heart surgery, many patients feel that they're living on borrowed time.

    look the picture of health

    To look the picture of health means to look extremely healthy.

    Nice to see you again Mr. Brown. I must say you look the picture of health.

    meet your maker

    This expression is used to say (often humorously) that someone has died.

    Poor old Mr. Potter has gone to meet his maker.

    on the mend

    If someone or something is on the mend, they are improving after an illness or a difficult period.

    My mother caught the 'flu but she's on the mend now.

    new lease of life

    A person who has a new lease of life has a chance to live longer or with greater enjoyment or satisfaction.

    Moving closer to his children has given him a new lease of life.

    go under the knife

    If a person goes under the knife, they have surgery.

    I'm not worried about the anaesthetic. I've been under the knife several times.

    one foot in the grave

    A person who is either very old or very ill and close to death has one foot in the grave.

    It's no use talking to the owner. The poor man has one foot in the grave.

    one's number is up

    To say that one's number is up means that either a person is in serious difficulty or the time has come when they will die.

    His health is declining rapidly so it looks as if his number is up!

    out of sorts

    If someone is out of sorts, they are upset and irritable or not feeling well.

    The baby is out of sorts today. Perhaps he's cutting a tooth.

    have pins and needles

    To have pins and needles is to have a tingling sensation in a part of the body, for example an arm or a leg, when it has been in the same position for a long time.

    I lay curled up for so long that I had pins and needles in my legs.

    in the pink of health

    If you are in the pink of health, you are in excellent physical condition.

    Caroline looks in the pink of health after her holiday.

    pop one's clogs

    This is a euphemistic way of saying that a person is dead.

    Nobody lives in that house since old Roger popped his clogs.

    prime of one's life

    The prime of one's life is the time in a person's life when they are

    in their best physical condition.

    At the age of 75, the singer is not exactly in the prime of his life!

    pull through

    If you pull through, you recover from a serious illness.

    Doris had to undergo heart surgery but she pulled through.

    pushing up the daisies

    To say that someone is pushing up the daisies means that they are dead.

    Old Johnny Barnes? He's been pushing up the daisies for over 10 years!

    racked with pain

    When someone is suffering from severe pain, they are racked with pain.

    The soldier was so badly injured that he was racked with pain.

    ready to drop

    Someone who is ready to drop is nearly too exhausted to stay standing.

    I've been shopping all day with Judy. I'm ready to drop!

    recharge one's batteries

    When you recharge your batteries, you take a break from a tiring or stressful activity in order to relax and recover your energy.

    Sam is completely overworked. He needs a holiday to recharge his batteries.

    right as rain

    If someone is (as) right as rain, they are in excellent health or condition.

    I called to see my grandmother thinking she was ill, but she was right as rain.

    run down

    A person who is run down is in poor physical condition.

    She's completely run down from lack of proper food..

    spare part surgery

    Spare-part surgery refers to surgery in which a diseased or non-functioning organ is replaced with a transplanted or artificial organ.

    spare tyre

    If a person has a spare tyre, they have a roll of flesh around the waist.

    I'd better go on a diet - I'm getting a spare tyre!

    take a turn for the worse

    If a person who is ill takes a turn for the worse, their illness becomes more serious.

    We hoped he would recover but he took a turn for the worse during the night.

    touch and go

    If something is touch-and-go, the outcome or result is uncertain.

    Dave's life is out of danger now, but it was touch-and-go after the operation.

    under the weather

    If you are under the weather, you are not feeling very well.

    You look a bit under the weather. What's the matter?

    up and about

    If someone is up and about, they are out of bed or have recovered after an illness.

    She was kept in hospital for a week but she's up and about again.

    vim and vigour

    If you are full of vim and vigour, you have lots of vitality, energy and enthusiasm.

    After a relaxing holiday, my parents came back full of vim and vigour.

    @темы: Health, Idioms&Expressions, Vocabulary


    Китайская поэтическая классика в русских переводах: школы, традиции, имена

    стенограмма лекции и обсуждения: polit.ru/article/2016/08/13/smirnov_lecture

    @темы: Переводоведение


    Luke talks politics

    некоторое время назад мне посоветовали Luke’s ENGLISH Podcast :heart:
    я об этом уже писала
    небольшая выборка про политику (все подкасты можно скачать!):

    эпизод 82. Voting / Elections / Politics / Government (40 мин)
    In this episode Luke teaches lots of vocabulary for talking about voting, elections, government and politics. This episode contains some seriously useful and important terms about politics and the way the government runs here in the UK.

    эпизод 268. UK General Election 2015 (Part 1) (1 час 5 мин)
    This podcast contains everything you should know about the general election which is happening across the UK this Thursday 7 May 2015. This could be a long episode, but I’m so determined to cover the whole story that I don’t mind how long it takes. I feel it’s worth spending some time to cover this topic in enough detail to make it genuinely interesting and informative. I’m not there in the UK at the moment, so I’m not able to take part in the discussions, or watch all the coverage on the TV, but I care about this a lot and I’ve just got to get this stuff off my chest – which means, I’ve got a lot of things inside that I want to tell you about. This is an important election (like any election) and it’s interesting because we genuinely don’t know what’s going to happen, and the consequences of the different outcomes could be quite drastic.

    эпизод 269. UK General Election 2015 (Part 2) (1 час 3 мин)
    Welcome back to Part 2 of this episode which is all about the UK general election which is taking place in a couple of days on Thursday 7 May 2015. In this part we’ll hear statements by 7 leaders from 7 of the main parties in this election, we’ll consider exactly what they said, understand some of the vocabulary and key issues, and then look at the possible outcomes and predictions for the result of the election.

    эпизод 270. UK General Election RESULTS (36 мин)

    Про Brexit:
    эпизод 346. Rambling on a Friday Afternoon (1 час 17 мин)
    Watch out for some more phrasal verbs and idioms as Lukes shares a few more anecdotes about New York, talks a bit about politics (US elections, Trump, Mayor of London, Brexit), mentions Leicester City FC and rants about Google Adverts

    эпизод BREXIT: Should the UK leave the EU? (1 час 20 мин)
    Luke talks to his Dad about the UK’s referendum on EU membership. They discuss some of the main issues and arguments and give their personal opinions.

    эпизод 352. BREXIT: Key Vocabulary and Concepts (1 час 40 мин)

    эпизод 356. News / Football / Brexit / Events in the UK / Jo Cox (1 час 15 мин)
    Some more news and views about the EURO 2016 football, the EU referendum and recent tragic events involving Labour MP Jo Cox who was murdered in England this week.

    эпизод 359. BREXIT JOKES / EU REFERENDUM NIGHT (40 мин)
    The EU referendum is happening tonight, so Luke wanted to record some of his stand-up material that he’s written about Brexit and make some predictions.

    эпизод 360. THE DAY AFTER BREXIT (Thoughts and feelings) (50 мин)
    Last night the UK voted to leave the EU. Here are Luke's thoughts and feelings.

    эпизод 361. Getting things off my chest! (Part 1) Brexit / Football (1 час 10 мин)
    эпизод 362. Getting things off my chest! (Part 2) Brexit / Football (1 час 5 мин)
    a two-hour rant about the Brexit situation and the Euro 2016 competition.

    эпизод 365. BREXIT: 3 Weeks Later (1 час 5 мин)
    An update on the situation in the UK since the EU referendum three weeks ago. Listen to Luke's Dad give his comments and analysis. Some vocabulary is highlighted and written on the page.

    @темы: English, Listening, Luke's English podcasts, Podcasts, Politics

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