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Your English Five a Day #21.3

March 27, 2024 Season 1 Episode 217
Your English Five a Day #21.3
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Your English Five a Day #21.3
Mar 27, 2024 Season 1 Episode 217

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E217: πŸŽ™οΈ Welcome to The English Like a Native Podcast! I'm Anna, and you're tuned in to Week 21, Day 3 of Your English Five a Day. Join me on a journey to enrich your active vocabulary with five new pieces every weekday, from Monday to Friday.

🌟 We kick off with the adjective "practical", which makes it onto the list twice today, as we look at its two different meanings. Then we discover the idiom "back-burner", which is followed by the verb "wield". Finally, we learn the phrasal verb "locked into".

πŸ—‘οΈ After our usual pronunciation practice and vocabulary recap, we then navigate through a fantastical tale where Elizabeth, armed with her practical blade, faces off against a formidable adversary who wields unimaginable power. Locked into her destiny, she confronts doubt and uncertainty, but her courage prevails.

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E217: πŸŽ™οΈ Welcome to The English Like a Native Podcast! I'm Anna, and you're tuned in to Week 21, Day 3 of Your English Five a Day. Join me on a journey to enrich your active vocabulary with five new pieces every weekday, from Monday to Friday.

🌟 We kick off with the adjective "practical", which makes it onto the list twice today, as we look at its two different meanings. Then we discover the idiom "back-burner", which is followed by the verb "wield". Finally, we learn the phrasal verb "locked into".

πŸ—‘οΈ After our usual pronunciation practice and vocabulary recap, we then navigate through a fantastical tale where Elizabeth, armed with her practical blade, faces off against a formidable adversary who wields unimaginable power. Locked into her destiny, she confronts doubt and uncertainty, but her courage prevails.

⭐ ENGLlSH LIKE A NATIVE PLUS ⭐

Join English Like A Native Plus - a membership allowing you to access the bonus episodes, plus a weekly email with the most recent podcasts' transcript. Become a Plus Member here: https://www.buzzsprout.com/2038858/subscribe

Five-a-Day Database
Access all the vocabulary covered in the Five-a-Day series. This database is constantly updated.
You can even make a copy and personalise it with your own example sentences.
Get access now by joining my ELAN Newsletter πŸ‘ˆ