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What’s cooking?

If you are like me and interested in cooking you might be watching a lot of cooking shows, like whatever Jamie Oliver is doing, My Kitchen Rules etc. So mostly you have learned a lot of new vocabulary, but I am giving you some additional vocabulary just in case.

COOKING VOCABULARY

COOKING VOCABULARY 2

COOKING IDIOMS

And some pictures for people with visual memory. Just click on the picture to make it bigger.

cooking

food

food2

food3

food4

Picture reference: https://www.facebook.com/AmericanEnglishatState?fref=photo

 
 

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A tour in Britain

THE CITY OF LONDON

TRANSPORT AND TRAVEL 1

TRANSPORT AND TRAVEL 2

OXFORD

CAMDEN

SNOWDON

NOTTING HILL

BLACKPOOL

NORTHERN IRELAND

YORK

LOCH NESS

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Posted by &emdash; mai 22, 2014 in General learning and fun, Vocabulary

 

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Medicine, illnesses etc

In this post I am going to put together various links that teach you vocabulary connected to medicine.

Here’s hay fever:

HAY FEVER

Some activities from the British Council:

A DOCTOR’S VIEW

ENGLISH FOR MEDICINE (check the left column)

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Posted by &emdash; mai 14, 2014 in Vocabulary

 

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Could you avoid using “very” all the time?

Some “extreme adjectives” which do not take the word “very”:

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Posted by &emdash; mai 13, 2014 in Grammar, Vocabulary

 

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Talking about your family – more than listing names and ages!

You do not have to be boring when you talk about your family!

BLACK SHEEP AND THE MYSTERIOUS UNCLE BOB

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Posted by &emdash; mai 12, 2014 in Listening, Reading, Speaking, Vocabulary

 

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Let’s learn some slang!

I seriously think you should know your onions!

BRITISH SLANG 

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Posted by &emdash; mai 10, 2014 in General learning and fun, Vocabulary

 

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Bare/barely, late/lately, short/shortly

Let’s clear up some more confusion. 🙂

BARE(LY), LATE(LY), SHORT(LY)

 

 
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Posted by &emdash; mai 8, 2014 in Grammar, Vocabulary

 

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