Money And Lifestyle 6 Minute English....!

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Channel Title : BBC Learning English

Views : 244562

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Published Date : 2019-07-11T10:36:26.000Z

Do you worry about your standard of living when you retire? How much money do you need to live the life you desire? How much money is enough money? These questions got Neil and Rob thinking as they talk about financial planning and teach you money-related vocabulary. You'll find transcript and vocabulary on our website: http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish/english/features/6-minute-english/ep-190711 [Cover Image: Getty Images] Learning English is easy! Improve your English with our free English videos and lessons on grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation and English exams. Please use English when you comment. For more free English lessons and videos visit our website: http://www.bbclearningenglish.com
    

Channel Title : BBC Learning English

Views : 93066

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Published Date : 2019-11-14T10:31:04.000Z

Huge numbers of people suffer from mental health issues in the workplace. Not only does it make life very difficult for sufferers, it also costs business a huge amount of money. Neil and Georgina talk about things people can do to make a difference. This week's question: In what year was World Mental Health Day first held? A: 1992 B: 2002 C: 2012 Listen to the programme to find out the answer. Vocabulary: failing to address not dealing with, not helping with colossal huge, very big contributor someone who has something positive to give to normalise to make normal to suffer in silence to have a problem but not discuss it or share it to cling onto (something) to hold on tight to something You'll find audio and text for download on our website: http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish/english/features/6-minute-english/ep-191114 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.
    

Channel Title : BBC Learning English

Views : 83154

Likes : 2080

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Published Date : 2019-12-05T11:16:03.000Z

Some students delay university to take a year off travelling. The emphasis now is on doing a productive, purposeful gap year that will look good on your CV and help you get a job. Is it a good idea? Neil and Georgina hear two students with different views and teach you related vocabulary. This week's question According to the Institute of Fiscal Studies, which subject studied at university will lead to the highest average earnings five years after graduating? Is it… a) Law b) Veterinary science c) Medicine and dentistry Listen to the programme to find out the answer. Vocabulary gap year year between leaving school and starting university that is usually spent travelling or working at the back of my mind an idea we don’t think about frequently but keep stored deep in our memory productive something that leads to a good or useful outcome predicted what is likely to happen in the future based on current information an alien concept an idea that is strange and not familiar practical relating to the learning of real skills which can be usefully applied To download the transcript and the audio, go to our webpage: http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish/english/features/6-minute-english/ep-191205 For more English videos and English lessons to help you learn English: www.bbclearningenglish.com Please use English when you comment.
    

Channel Title : BBC Learning English

Views : 106853

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Published Date : 2019-09-05T11:33:44.000Z

With population growth and climate change, we might have to radically change our diets in the future. There are all sorts of developments going on to help feed us in the future, from growing artificial meat to developing insect-based foods. In 6 Minute English we discuss what we might be tucking into in the future and serve up some useful vocabulary. This week's question: In which continent did tomatoes originate? Is it… A: South America B: Africa C: Asia Listen to the programme to find out the answer. Vocabulary: a futurologist a person who studies and predicts how we will live in the future a trend a way to refer to something that is popular now or that is becoming popular to latch onto become very interested in a hunch a feeling you have based on your knowledge and experience that something might be true even though you don’t have any real evidence ingesting taking into your body, i.e. eating and drinking stringent strict, strong To download a transcript and audio, go here:http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish/english/features/6-minute-english/ep-190905 Learning English is easy! Improve your English with our free English videos and lessons on grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation and English exams. Please use English when you comment. For more free English lessons and videos visit our website: http://www.bbclearningenglish.com
    

Channel Title : BBC Learning English

Views : 29891

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Published Date : 2020-01-23T11:34:54.000Z

Thousands of women have signed up with 50:50 Parliament to register their interest in standing as an MP (Member of Parliament) in the UK. What's inspiring them to get involved? Sam and Georgina discuss the engagement of women in politics and teach you related English vocabulary. This week's question Which country has the highest percentage of women in its parliament? Is it: a) Rwanda b) Sweden c) New Zealand Listen to the programme to find out the answer. Vocabulary to stand to be a candidate in an election to see yourself (doing something) to imagine that it is possible for you to do something the prospect of the possibility of jargon vocabulary and expressions related to a particular job a disadvantaged background growing up in a family situation without much money to tailor (what you say) to change (how you speak) to make it suitable for a particular group [Cover: Getty Images] To download the audio and a transcript, go to our website http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish/english/features/6-minute-english/ep-200123 For more English videos and English lessons to help you learn English: www.bbclearningenglish.com Please use English when you comment.
    

Channel Title : BBC Learning English

Views : 82748

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Published Date : 2018-09-07T10:15:53.000Z

Spending too much time in a sedentary position and not being physically active is a problem around the world. In the UK, 20 million people don't do any exercise at all. Finland used to have one of the highest mortality rates from heart disease but it's managed to buck the trend. Dan and Catherine talk about Finland's experience and teach you new vocabulary. Vocabulary: sedentary is our first word in our vocabulary review. It's an adjective used to describe a lifestyle which involves a lot of sitting and not much exercise life-expectancy the age to which you are expected to live shirker someone who avoids doing something they don't like, usually because they are lazy tongue-in-cheek something meant to be humorous and not taken seriously stern adjective that means serious and strict clipboard a board you attach papers to so you write on them as you walk around [Image: GETTY IMAGES] Do you want to learn how to speak English? Then join us here on YouTube for great grammar, drama, news, study, pronunciation, vocabulary, music, interviews and celebrity videos. Every day we have a new video to help you with English. We also produce regular 'extra' videos across the week so come back every day to see what's new. MONDAY: The English We Speak TUESDAY: News Review WEDNESDAY: LingoHack THURSDAY: 6 Minute English FRIDAY: English In A Minute Please use English when you comment. For more videos and content that will help you learn English, visit our website: http://www.bbclearningenglish.com

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