What if you could change the world

What if you could change the world

source : Hyundai

You might think you can’t change the world – but what if you could? With IONIQ, Hyundai’s electric line up, we empower you to change the way you lead your life and impact the world. It’s time for a better, brighter world. It’s time to take charge. It’s time for IONIQ.

A room with a view

A room with a view

Mini UK

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Vocabulary chunks to learn from video :

• Escaping the city
• A new kind of getaway
• Breathtaking views
• Exclusive locations
• Generous living space
• Home comforts
• Breakfast included

 

You don’t need eyes to see beauty

You don’t need eyes to see beauty

 

[Volkswagen UK]

Vocabulary chunks to learn after watching the video :

• I would lose all my sight
• It hit me like a hammer
• That would mimic how sighted people see
• The world I envision
• Built from all the other senses
• This car is very sculptural
• The lines are quite exquisite
• They reappear and disappear
• You don’t need eyes to see beauty
• Beauty in every sense

 

 

See it. Hear it. Feel it.

See it. Hear it. Feel it.

[Jaguar]

“Watch as the science of Cymatics is used to visualise the utterly distinctive sound of F-TYPE SVR’s Titanium Active Sports Exhaust. A visual spectacle created by Jaguar’s fastest and most powerful production car. This is the Art of Sound by Jaguar F-TYPE SVR.”

Choosing the right car

Choosing the right car

 [Newcars.com]

Vocabulary chunks in this video are also suitable for those taking  the CaMLA  New ECPE Speaking Test  @ HAU (Choosing the best car for a family)

Vocabulary chunks to learn after watching the video :

  • Cool features
  • Will you be using your car primarily for driving to work?
  • If you commute frequently for long distances
  • Look for a car that gets good mileage
  • You could wind up spending a lot on gas every year
  • Fuel efficient cars tend to be smaller in size
  • Invest in a hybrid car
  • The extra costs of buying a hybrid version
  • Fuel savings
  • Gas powered version
  • Travel a lot of miles
  • Will may passengers will be travelling with you?
  • A family of four
  • A mid-sized car
  • SUV – looks like a tall station wagon
  • Allows you to carry a family of up to 7 or 8
  • Carrying lots of groceries and other cargo
  • Fold down the rear seats to create more space
  • Trunk space will be sufficient
  • No cargo capacity
  • Do you drive in snow, ice or off-road?
  • Those options add extra cost
  • Enhance your safety
  • A sports or sporty car
  • A sporty convertible
  • They are offered with manual transmission to give you more engagement
  • Automatic transmission
  • Will you be doing any towing?
  • Rent one for the week
  • A pickup truck

 

Weekly Photo Challenge || Motion(less)

Weekly Photo Challenge || Motion(less)

Motion - Motionless

 

Motion is the way things get from place to place. The ball rolling down a hill is in motion, and as Isaac Newton once proved, it will remain in motion until it hits a wall or something else that makes it stop.

When motion is used as a noun, it describes movement, like the motion that propels a car from one end of the highway to another. When used as a verb, motion means to signal or direct. “A restaurant patron will motion to the server when he’s ready for the check.” Someone who is just “going through the motions” doesn’t have to move at all, because they’re just pretending. (source : vocabulary.com)

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Motion”