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22/02/18 Norway Olympics team orders 15,000 eggs by mistake

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Click on the image to download the pdf Scrambled* in translation? Chefs for Norwegian athletes confronted with ‘half a truckload*’ of eggs after an order at South Korean games went wrong Before you read the complete article, look at this vocabulary and find it in the text: *to scramble: in this context – to make something […]

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15/02/18 Why Humour Is The Hardest Thing To Translate

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Click on the image to download the pdf What is it that makes us laugh and why? Before you read the complete article, look at this vocabulary and find it in the text: whether: if (or if not) chances are: it is likely/probable that… punchline: the final sentence of a joke or funny story encompass: […]

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08/02/18 Crane Spirit: A Connection Between Vitoria-Gasteiz and Uganda

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Click on the image to download the pdf   ECP coach Rob Hextall chats to Asier Mansilla about how this NGO is trying to make a difference in East Africa Before you read the complete article, look at this vocabulary and find it in the text: to strain your eyes: to make a big effort […]

01/02/18 Punctuality is the thief of time

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Click on the image to download the pdf More than being a virtue, it’s an unnecessary obsession says ECP coach Darren Lynch Before you read the complete article, look at this vocabulary and find it in the text: tongue in cheek: speaking or writing in an ironic or insincere way frowned upon: look disapprovingly upon, […]