English Like A Native Podcast

Your English Five-a-Day #33.1

June 17, 2024 Season 1 Episode 297
Your English Five-a-Day #33.1
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English Like A Native Podcast
Your English Five-a-Day #33.1
Jun 17, 2024 Season 1 Episode 297

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E297: 🎙️ Welcome to The English Like a Native Podcast. My name is Anna, and we’re kicking off Week 33 Day 1 of Your English Five a Day. This podcast series is dedicated to enhancing your active vocabulary and listening skills by focusing on five new English items each weekday from Monday to Friday.

🌟I'm taking you to the pub in today's episode, as all our words centre around pubs, bars, and drinking. We begin with the idiom "bottoms up", and after that we explore the adjective "rowdy". Then, we delve into the nouns "punter" and "shot". Finally, we look at the adjective "tipsy".

🍸 After our usual pronunciation and memory quiz, we dive into today’s story, which follows Jake, a literature graduate working in a rowdy pub. While working a shift, he finds unexpected inspiration and a potential connection with Margot, a finance graduate who shares his dreams.

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E297: 🎙️ Welcome to The English Like a Native Podcast. My name is Anna, and we’re kicking off Week 33 Day 1 of Your English Five a Day. This podcast series is dedicated to enhancing your active vocabulary and listening skills by focusing on five new English items each weekday from Monday to Friday.

🌟I'm taking you to the pub in today's episode, as all our words centre around pubs, bars, and drinking. We begin with the idiom "bottoms up", and after that we explore the adjective "rowdy". Then, we delve into the nouns "punter" and "shot". Finally, we look at the adjective "tipsy".

🍸 After our usual pronunciation and memory quiz, we dive into today’s story, which follows Jake, a literature graduate working in a rowdy pub. While working a shift, he finds unexpected inspiration and a potential connection with Margot, a finance graduate who shares his dreams.

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/