‘Tis the season to be jolly #7

‘Tis the season to be jolly #7

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They call it madness

They call it madness

McDonald’s UK

Madness, madness, they call it madness
Madness, madness, they call it madness
It is plain to see, that is what they mean to me
Madness, madness I call it gladness

Cecil Bustamente Campbell OD (24 May 1938 – 8 September 2016), known professionally as Prince Buster, was a Jamaican singer-songwriter and producer. The records he released in the 1960s influenced and shaped the course of Jamaican contemporary music and created a legacy of work that would be drawn upon later by reggae and ska artists. READ MORE

‘Tis the season to be jolly #5

‘Tis the season to be jolly #5

[MS]

Have you ever climbed a tree?

Have you ever climbed a tree?

[Londonist Ltd]

Follow Jack’s tree climbing adventures HERE

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

Learn English with short videos – Short videos for the classroom –  English Language Schools – English collocations
Inspire me #17 – Reinvent Giving

Inspire me #17 – Reinvent Giving

 

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‘Tis the season to be jolly #2

‘Tis the season to be jolly #2

[MS]

‘Tis the season to be jolly #1

‘Tis the season to be jolly #1

[MS]

When you’ve got an extra-special present to give, make sure the wrapping does it justice by going for bold with classic tartan paper and an impressive foliage finish made by building the present its own mini wreath

Good Mornings

Good Mornings

Belvita UnitedKingdom

Vocabulary chunks to learn from the video :

• Welcome aboard
• Make the effort to go to work today
• Cold dark Monday morning
• Nice one, wicked
• This is the fast service to Waterloo
• Ladies and Gentlemen
• Please note that this station doesn’t have a lift
• Hands up if you chose between snooze or shower this morning
• This is a customer announcement
• Please tone it down
• Thank you all for making my morning such a good one
• I hope you had a good one too
• Respect brother
• Nice one
• Have a great day

 

 

Africa : You’ll never forget it

Africa : You’ll never forget it

 [G Adventures]

Vocabulary chunks to learn after watching the video :

  • I’m not a tourist
  • Nature on a leash
  • From the safety of a couch
  • No commercial breaks
  • Just Africa in high-definition
  • The reception is always perfect
  • I travel to see the world as it is
  • Take snap shots
  • This is an experience that doesn’t fit inside a viewfinder
  • This ain’t  no zoo, no cages, no handlers
  • No gift shop
  • It’s not an enclosure it’s the real deal
  • Escorted out by security
  • This is my planet, the work of living, breathing art
  • You should really come see it sometime

 

 

Πτυχία αγγλικών
Michigan Lower Speaking – Michigan Lower Vocabulary – Cambridge English – Cambridge University Press – Wits Language School 
Why we love bananas

Why we love bananas

[Woolworths SA]
When you need to snap out of it

When you need to snap out of it

[Kit Kat Australia  & New Zealand]

Vocabulary chunks to learn from video :

• This won’t fit
• Not the way it looks in the instructions
• This is ridiculous
• Where are the words
• It’s like they want you to fail
• Hello, what’s this
• Have you tried turning it clockwise
• Let’s give it a go then
• When you need to snap out of it
• Have a break have a KitKat
• This is called a help line