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If You Want To Understand English News This Is A Great Place To Start Ep 561
Today we look at some advanced English vocabulary. You know the sort of English words and phrases that turn up in newspaper and magazine articles? There is a common problem, where English language learners who understand most spoken and written English, find radio and TV news, newspapers and magazines hard to comprehend. If you want to understand the English news, this podcast English lesson is a great place to start.
English TV, Radio News Phrases That Everyone Should Be Able To Understand
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So lets take an interesting newspaper article about uni students staying home because of the cost-of-living crisis in the UK. I will read out the article, identify any tricky phrases or idioms, explain the spelling and vocabulary in a full breakdown of the English used. Of course the newspaper article itself is interesting and worth listening to!
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This lesson will help you level up your English comprehension so you can follow the news in English. We have lots and lots of other free English lessons focused on phrases, idioms and listening comprehension practice here on our adeptenglish.com website. We also have some outstanding English courses designed to help you with your English language learning to use exactly the same listen and learn method you will listen to today. So take a look here. You never know, it might be the push you needed to get your English fluency.
News is what somebody somewhere wants to suppress; all the rest is advertising.
⭐ Lord Northcliffe
This change in the type of English language used is because news and magazines writers often use idioms and phrases to imply a meaning or an idea to make content engaging. They need to entertain the reader/listeners to make money! It’s the type of English you avoid in everyday conversations, because you would sound very stuffy and formal, and you probably don’t want your audience to work too hard understanding what you are trying to communicate.
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