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Your English Five a Day #31.2

June 04, 2024 Season 1 Episode 286
Your English Five a Day #31.2
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English Like A Native Podcast
Your English Five a Day #31.2
Jun 04, 2024 Season 1 Episode 286

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E286: 🎙️ Welcome to The English Like a Native Podcast with me, Anna! Tune in to Week 31, Day 2 of Your English Five a Day, where we dive deep into five essential items every weekday to boost your vocabulary and enhance your listening skills.

⛷️ Today's journey begins with the idiom "bite off more than you can chew". From there, we explore the ski slopes with the verb "traverse" Next up, we encounter the adjectives "relentless" and "treacherous". And to wrap up today's list, we delve into the noun "woe".

⛰️ As we recap our journey, reinforcing pronunciation and comprehension, we embark on a gripping story of adventure and adversity. Join Rico, a seasoned hiker facing the ultimate challenge, as he discovers the true meaning of perseverance and responsibility in the face of treacherous trails and unexpected encounters.

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E286: 🎙️ Welcome to The English Like a Native Podcast with me, Anna! Tune in to Week 31, Day 2 of Your English Five a Day, where we dive deep into five essential items every weekday to boost your vocabulary and enhance your listening skills.

⛷️ Today's journey begins with the idiom "bite off more than you can chew". From there, we explore the ski slopes with the verb "traverse" Next up, we encounter the adjectives "relentless" and "treacherous". And to wrap up today's list, we delve into the noun "woe".

⛰️ As we recap our journey, reinforcing pronunciation and comprehension, we embark on a gripping story of adventure and adversity. Join Rico, a seasoned hiker facing the ultimate challenge, as he discovers the true meaning of perseverance and responsibility in the face of treacherous trails and unexpected encounters.

⭐ ENGLISH LIKE A NATIVE PLUS ⭐

Join English Like A Native Plus - a membership allowing you to access the bonus episodes, plus live classes and all podcasts' transcripts & vocab lists. Become a Plus Member here: https://englishlikeanative.co.uk/elan-podcast/

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 👈