WEP 090415 – Cervantes’ Tomb Found in Madrid

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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: coffin: a wooden box for containing a dead body remains: parts of a person or thing found after a long time wounds: injuries burial site: the place where a body was […]

WEP 260315 – Squash is the Healthiest Sport

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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: flawed (adj): Characterized by flaws; having imperfections rack up (verb phrase): To tally, accumulate, or amass as an achievement or score wreak havoc (v): Disrupt, damage or destroy something as, as in: […]

WEP 190315 – Why I Love The Wire

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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: set: to put (something or someone) in a particular place  longshoreman/stevedore: a person who works on the docks of a port loading and unloading vessels. hailed: to approve enthusiastically, to praise warts […]

WEP 120315 – Two Lost Cities Found In The Honduras Jungle

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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: effigy: a model representation of a person or object to bushwhack: to cut through dense vegetation hoot and holler: to shout loudly; making “monkey noises” crops: cultivated plants, like cereals, grown commercially […]

WEP 050315 – The Unbelievable Truth

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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: otherwise: in other aspects, apart from that cowardice: no courage or bravery hazard: a danger or a risk speculum: a medical instrument, a metallic mirror in a telescope brunette: a […]

WEP 260215 – Dead or alive? Perhaps mummy knows best

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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: mummified: preserved because it is dried up monk: a member of a strict religious community trance: a half-conscious state, as induced by hypnosis lotus: a flower that grows on water ash: grey […]

WEP 190215 – What Is the Origin of the Hipster Subculture?

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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: to latch onto (v): attach oneself to something, join in with to embrace (v): to adopt or support willingly or eagerly to bond (v): to join (two or more individuals) in a […]

WEP 120215 – Can We ‘Auto-Correct’ Humanity?

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Click on the image to download the pdf A Rap by Prince Ea about our digital obsessions Vocabulary. Read and check you understand this before you read and listen to the article: ain’t it: informal form of ‘isn’t it’ or ‘hasn’t it’ selfish: egotistic, self-absorbed, insensitive ‘cause: contraction of ‘because’ (informal) bugging: to upset – […]

WEP 050215 – Stephen Fry calls God an ‘evil, monstrous maniac’

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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: maniac: a person with wild,violent behaviour voice-overs: narration utterly: completely, absolutely deity: a god or goddess How dare you!: a phrase used to express indignation the pearly gates: the entrance to heaven […]

WEP 290115 – Tanna: The Island Where Prince Philip and a Dead American Soldier Are Gods

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Click on the image to download the pdf Tanna: The Island Where Prince Philip and a Dead American Soldier Are Gods Vocabulary. Read and check you understand this before you read and listen to the article: currently: at the moment, now cargo: goods (bienes) carried on a boat or aeroplane currently: at the moment, now […]