13 9 / 2014

Learn British English: Cuppa

 “Cuppa” means a cup of tea.

 “He loves a good cuppa in the morning.”

 Please stay tuned for the British Slang Podcast in the coming days.

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09 9 / 2014

Shakespeare terms and their modern equivalents.
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Shakespeare terms and their modern equivalents.

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07 9 / 2014

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06 9 / 2014

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02 9 / 2014

This lesson is a very brief introduction to the Scottish Independence vote in September, 2014. Please enable English captions (subtitles) and see below for notes:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=82Sju4VMK2c

 

Vote takes place on 18 September, 2014:

“Should Scotland be an independent country?”

A “yes” vote would mean Scotland would become separate from the rest of the UK.

Alex Salmond, “Yes Campaign”.

Alastair Darling, “No Campaign” (“Better Together”).

Only people living in Scotland will vote.

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01 9 / 2014

British Accent Podcast 29 is Chris from England pronouncing fruit in a British accent!

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31 8 / 2014

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30 8 / 2014

British Slang Podcast 28 is about the word “aye” which is a synonym for “yes”.
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29 8 / 2014

“Mandatory”: /’mændətɔ:ri:/ vs /mæn’deɪtɜ:ri:/

Even native speakers pronounce words differently and get confused with each other sometimes, like my example.

It’s not a problem, so don’t worry.

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28 8 / 2014

Wishing Someone Good Luck

Ways to say “good luck”:

All the best

Best of luck

Best wishes

Fingers crossed (gesture)

“I’ll keep my fingers crossed for you.”

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