28705715 The real meaning of numbers

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Click on the image to download the pdf Vocabulary. Read and check you understand this before you read and listen to the article: census: an official count or survey, especially of population payroll: a list of a company’s employees and their salaries goalkeeper: a player who stays in goal top flight: the top division crossbar: […]

21/05/15 Woofs and wifi: Is San Anton the world’s coolest church?

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Click on the image to download the pdf Vocabulary. Read and check you understand this before you read and listen to the article: nestle (v): be situated in a half-hidden or sheltered position roll out (phrasal verb): the introduction of a new product, service, or policy to the public strike (v): to make an impression […]

14/05/15 Ben Folds: “Sometimes you sit on the song toilet and nothing comes out”

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Click on the image to download the pdf Vocabulary. Read and check you understand this before you read and listen to the article: workshop: a discussion/study group guidance: help and direction, advice swap: to change one thing for another, to exchange remove: to take away, to delete adhere to: to follow, to stick to fancy […]

07/05/15  Can car batteries power your home?

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Click on the image to download the pdf Vocabulary. Read and check you understand this before you read and listen to the article: storage / to store: to accumulate for future use utilities: companies that provide energy, water, gas etc to the public and businesses. e.g. Iberdrola plentiful: to be abundant, to have a lot […]