WEP Spanish omelette

28/05/20 Scientists Invent a Schrödinger Spanish Omelette

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Breaking news! Scientists create a Schrödinger Spanish omelette both with and without onion. Spanish cuisine can finally be reunited after decades of conflict. Click on the image to download the pdf Read and check you understand this vocabulary before you read and listen to the text. spuds: an informal word for potato staple: the main or […]

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21/05/20 Edurne Pasaban: Two Lifetimes in One

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Last Sunday marked the 10th anniversary of Edurne Pasaban becoming the first woman to climb all fourteen 8000ers. ECP coach Rob Hextall finds out more about the Basque climber. Click on the image to download the pdf Read and check you understand this vocabulary before you read and listen to the text. 8000er: a mountain […]

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14/05/20 International Day Against Homophobia (IDAHO)

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This Sunday is the International Day Against Homophobia (IDAHO) and marks the 30th anniversary of a crucial achievement for LGBTQ rights. Click on the image to download the pdf Read and check you understand this vocabulary before you read and listen to the text: up to speed: up to date, in the same position highlight: underline, […]

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07/05/20 Using a Mini Phone to Fight Screen Addiction

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Nowadays, electronic devices are constantly calling out for our attention. ECP coach Rob describes his battle against screen addiction. Click on the image to download the pdf Read and check you understand this vocabulary before you read and listen to the text: annoyed: irritated, a little angry to scroll: to move text (up/down) on a […]