The phonetic can

The phonetic can

South Africa recognises 11 official languages. But people still can’t pronounce each other’s names. Coca-Cola helped introduce South Africa to South Africa by teaching them to say ‘Hello’ to one another, by name, correctly.

Vocabulary chunks to learn from video :

  • What’s your name?
  • Sorry what?
  • Some just say….
  • Excuse me
  • It gets tiring
  • You need to click before saying it
  • Which is essentially your identity
  • Such a clever clever campaign
I live everyday like it’s 1958

I live everyday like it’s 1958

Vocabulary chunks to learn from video :

  • This is who I am
  • You should do what you like
  • People will stop dead in their tracks
  • A juke box
  • A chocolate sundae
  • I found my authentic self
  • They got married in 1955
  • It was built in 1953
  • Keeping it authentic
  • A smile comes on everybody’s face
  • It was built to last forever
  • It feels so normal to me now
  • Secondhand
  • Thrift store
  • True vintage
  • Another one of my favourites
  • It was given to me by the original owner
  • Everybody is weird in their own way
  • Everybody is nerdy about something
wildest dreams

wildest dreams

visit California

What’s it like to try an extreme sport, for the first time? This wild man isn’t afraid to show you. (Ok, maybe he’s a little afraid.) Jonny Moseley travels to Lone Pine, California in the Sierras to get a lesson from his buddy, Red Bull sponsored slacklining champ, Alex Mason.

Vocabulary Chunks to learn from video :

  • A pro slack-liner
  • This location that is so beautiful
  • Tight rope
  • Check this place out – it’s so gorgeous
  • Check out these rock formations
  • I think I’m in the spot
  • That is so sick
  • Just channel the energy
  • It looks so damn easy but it’s not
  • I’m pretty flexible
  • Jut give it a try
  • It’s dark, it’s raining, there’s lightning, there’s thunder
  • I knew I was going to be really scared
  • That is not what I expected

 

 

dreaming big

dreaming big

visit California

Pro-skater Bob Burnquist has done turns on almost every surface imaginable, including a floating skate ramp on the crystal-blue waters of Lake Tahoe. Surrounded by majestic peaks, this High Sierra gem is definitely one for your bucket list. Winter and springtime snow lets you carve it up at world-class alpine resorts, while summer brings out the water toys—sailboats, stand-up paddleboards, kayaks, and more.

Vocabulary Chunks to learn from video :

  • Dream as big as I can
  • Make it happen
  • I love wild ideas
  • The freedom to manifest them
  • It’s a floating ramp
  • All this work will be for nothing
  • All my dreams came true
  • Wake up, dream it, make it happen
  • A mega ramp
  • It just doesn’t end
  • I’m living it everyday