Today, I wanted to share with you the most interesting and useful things I’ve seen this week for learning and practicing English! Also, at the end there is the answer to the last blog’s number quiz and a new English Quiz!
- A quote with vocabulary.
- Pronunciation of Tough.
- Scottish slang with Gerald Butler.
- A BBC listening activity.
- An interesting Tweet.
- Vocabulary – Moose
- Article Why are Moose not Meeses.
1) A great motivational quote with vocabulary
2) Tough Pronunciation tip
So how do we say the word tough from the quote?
2) Scottish Slang
This is an entertaining and useful video with expressions Scottish people use. It is with the famous actor Gerald Butler! There are English subtitles on YouTube.
4) A 6 minute listening activity from BBC Learning English.
5) A Great Tweet
I loved this tweet from Susie Dent.
- All-time favourite = a long term favourite.
- to lick = to move your tongue 👅 over something.
- bear cubs = baby bears 🐻 .
- formless = without shape.
6) Vocabulary – Moose
Although you won’t see one of these very often it is good to know the name for it because it is mentioned in jokes and in cartoons more than you would expect! The moose or Elk are a large species of the deer family. They usually live in forests of the Northern Hemisphere. They can be found in Canada, Alaska, New England, the Baltic States and Russia.
7) Why is the plural of Moose not meese?
A great article from Oxford English!
This week’s Quiz
I’ll put the answers and explanation in next week’s article!
The Answer to the last blog’s number quiz question.
That is the end for today, dear readers. It has been a somewhat varied 7 highlights.
Try answer the quiz questions and keep your answers ready to check them next week.