Bucket Lists

Bucket Lists

Bucket Lists

Sue and Chris talk about a Bucket lists.

Before listening, do you know what bucket lists are?

While listening.

1. Does Sue want to swim with dolphins?

2. Where does Chris want to go for his bucket list?

3. Where does Sue say she thinks the Northern Lights are?


Listen to the podcast and try the following :

  1. First relax, sit down, close your eyes then listen to the podcast all the way through.
  2. Note down some ideas of what you expect the Podcast will be about. If needed have a look on the Internet for the keyword, ‘Bucket Lists’ to prepare yourself for the listening. Here is a link HERE and HERE to start you off.
  3. Listen to JUST Sue, ignoring Chris and try to work out globally what her questions and comments are. (you won’t understand everything, so there is no point trying at this point.)
  4. Listen to just Chris as above.
  5. Now go back and listen to Sue – take a sheet of paper, draw a line down the middle, on the left of the paper, write any ideas that you have of what Sue was talking about.
  6. Now do the same for Chris.
  7. Now listen to the podcast all the way through THEN write down any more ideas that you have about the podcast.
  8. Leave the podcast for a day or two, then come back and listen.
  9. Do you understand any more than from the first session of listening you did?
  10. How do you rate the difficulty level for you? (Too difficult at the moment / A challenge / I understand enough).
  11. When will you return to this podcast to check your listening progress?

Remember :

  1. You won’t understand everything you hear.
  2. There is a lot of regular work to do to tune your ear into Real English – you need to work on listening regularly.
  3. NEVER write notes at the same time that you are listening.
  4. ALWAYS – try to set yourself realistic objectives.
  5. REMEMBER – this is just a part of your learning and you need to be able to connect this work with your other work.
  6. This is REAL English – we don’t believe that slow, over-articulated speech prepares learners for the real world – you may be able to understand an audio extract that is spoken slowly, but what good is that if you don’t understand real people in real situations.
  7. At EFLPodBlog.com we want to help you to be ready for the real world – it will be difficult at first, but later you will feel the benefit – it is just pure, common sense.

 

Top Ten Marriage Proposal Fails

Top Ten Marriage Proposal Fails

Top Ten Marriage Proposal Fails

Top Ten Marriage Proposal Fails – Oh dear – it’s Valentine’s day and I’ll bet there are lots out there that are going to pop the question today … but, is it a good idea?

Are you sure that he or she will say, yes?

If you are planning to propose, make sure you know 100% that he or she will say YES!

Otherwise you will look like one of these poor guys here – watch and learn what not to do.

Hoping hat your Valentine’s day goes well! ??

The BIG Valentine’s Day Trivia Quiz

The BIG Valentine’s Day Trivia Quiz

The BIG Valentine’s Day Trivia Quiz

Valentine’s Day, also known as Saint Valentine’s Day or the Feast of Saint Valentine, is a celebration observed on February 14 each year.

It is celebrated in many countries around the world, although it is not a public holiday in most of them.

But how did it all start?

Where did it start?

Who was St Valentine?

Have a go at The BIG Valentine’s Day Trivia Quiz

 

The mega Bowie Quiz

Valentine’s Day Bootcamp Quiz

Valentine’s Day Bootcamp Quiz

The BIG Valentine's Day Trivia Quiz

How romantic are you?

Are you able to sweep your Valentine off of their feet with your charm or do your actions lead to you having a quiet cup of tea with the curtains drawn alone?

Test out your romantic prowess with our Valentin’s Boot Camp and see how your partner, or future partner, really sees you.

How will you do?

After doing this tongue-in-cheek quiz … you will know just how good your Valentine’s day is going to be…

Happy?  …. Sad? …. Don’t care? …

  • Do you need to stay at home, in a dark room with a cup of tea on Valentine’s night?
  • Do you have hope, but you still need to do a little work on your romantic side?
  •  Are a bit of a smooth operator? If so, Valentine’s day should go without a hitch for you.
  • Is your first name Romeo or Juliette? – happy Valentine’s day to you if it is!
  • Is any available person not safe on Valentine’s day with you on the loose!

Enough of this – let’s see how you do …

Can you survive our St Valentine’s Boot Camp quiz?

Can you survive our St Valentine’s Boot Camp quiz?

Can you survive our St Valentine’s Boot Camp quiz?

Can you survive our Valentine’s Boot Camp quiz?

Will you woo your Valentine on February 14th or will your Valentine see through you? Check out this tongue-in-cheek quiz to see if you are really a true romantic or just an imposter ! The Boot Camp experience is known for being tough, so get ready for our tough questions to put you through your romantic paces. Take a deep breath,.... go..........
Police act against Scooter Crime in The UK

Police act against Scooter Crime in The UK

Police officers will use their vehicles to knock moped thieves off their bikes – even during high-speed pursuits, Scotland Yard has said.

Commander Amanda Pearson, of the Metropolitan Police in London front-line policing unit, said a hard-line approach using “tactical contact” is needed to stop dangerous chases and arrest suspects.

In a briefing at Scotland Yard on Friday, police chiefs warned there is no maximum speed for police cars to hit mopeds, and that it is a common misconception among moped thieves that officers will end their pursuit if the suspect drives dangerously or removes their helmet.

“A lot of them get up and run away, looking aghast at how dare we,” Ms Pearson said.

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