Have you ever climbed a tree?

Have you ever climbed a tree?

[Londonist Ltd]

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Vocabulary chunks to learn after watching video :

  • I’m an obsessive tree climber
  • Probably 200 or so trees across the city
  • I’ve distilled that into my book
  • The tree climber’s guide
  • Central London
  • All the emails, the phone calls and the spreadsheets
  • So I stepped out into a park with a sandwich
  • A pine tree
  • 60 Feet above London
  • The view was just amazing
  • Start at the end of your road
  • Local green space, a park or garden
  • Start on a low branch
  • Until your confidence builds
  • Take a friend to help you out
  • With a friend you can get into 100 more trees than you would on your own
  • Work your way up
  • Risk-averse (opposed to taking risks) age
  • Councils are terrified about being sued
  • If you’re cautious and respectable
  • There is no reason you shouldn’t explore trees across the city
  • It grows up to 60 or 70 feet high
  • You can get all the way to the top
  • Maybe one day we’ll come back

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We make meeting planners look like rock stars

We make meeting planners look like rock stars

[CountryClubReceptions.com]
Vocabulary chunks to learn after watching the video :

Tips for Choosing The Perfect Meeting Venue

  • Pick the right location
  • Confirm the guest capacity
  • Audio visual equipment
  • Additional costs
  • Look for all-inclusive pricing
  • Consider off-peak times
  • Consider Food and Beverage
  • Plan Multiple Events at once
  • Select a room with a view
  • Find Flexible Venue
  • Ask about all fees
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The power of parks

The power of parks

[National Recreation and Park Association]
Vocabulary chunks to learn after watching the video :
  • A  place where people of all backgrounds can gather to talk, exercise, learn or relax
  • The economic value of park systems is vast
  • Parks have environmental power
  • Protect and conserve biodiversity
  • Parks have health power
  • Aids in the control of obesity
  • Can increase life expectancy
  • Parks have community power
  • Socialize with one another
  • Form lasting ties
  • Parks have safety power
  • Reduced crime and violence
  • Strengthen communities,  transform lives and protect the future
  • Parks are the most powerful aspect of every community
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Do you like climbing trees?

Do you like climbing trees?

[Londonist Ltd]

 Vocabulary chunks to learn after watching video :

  • I’m an obsessive tree climber
  • Probably 200 or so trees across the city
  • I’ve distilled that into my book
  • The tree climber’s guide
  • Central London
  • All the emails, the phone calls and the spreadsheets
  • So I stepped out into a park with a sandwich
  • A pine tree
  • 60 Feet above London
  • The view was just amazing
  • Start at the end of your road
  • Local green space, a park or garden
  • Start on a low branch
  • Until your confidence builds
  • Take a friend to help you out
  • With a friend you can get into 100 more trees than you would on your own
  • Work your way up
  • Risk-averse (opposed to taking risks) age
  • Councils are terrified about being sued
  • If you’re cautious and respectable
  • There is no reason you shouldn’t explore trees across the city
  • It grows up to 60 or 70 feet high
  • You can get all the way to the top
  • Maybe one day we’ll come back
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