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Lesson 216: WAIT

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Most people don’t like waiting for things, but if you think about it, we wait all the time. We wait for trains, busses, meetings, and wait for people to do things for us.

Lesson 215: POLITICS

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Lesson 214: MATHEMATICS IN ENGLISH

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Lesson 213: HEADLINE ENGLISH

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Newspers in English use specific language for headlines (titles of articles). The words are shorter than standard English words because newspaper space is expensive.

Lesson 212: NEW YEAR`S RESOLUTIONS

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Did you eat an excessive amount of food over Christmas? Maybe you indulged in a little too much alcohol or were rather too sedentary? Perhaps you took a time-out to reflect upon your life and decided to make some alterations?

Lesson 211: WHO IS SANTA CLAUS?

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In many countries in Europe, St. Nicholas/Santa Claus brings gifts to the children on 5 December, the eve of his feast day. In some countries, the gifts come at some different time during Advent or on Christmas Eve.

Lesson 210: A SOCIAL EXPERIMENT

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One January morning a man sat at a metro station in Washington DC and started to play the violin. He played six Bach pieces for about 45 minutes. During that time 1,100 people went through the station but only 6 people stopped and stayed for a while.

Lesson 209: THE RULES OF SARCASM

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They say sarcasm is the lowest form of wit. Why? Well, it's rude and often unkind. If someone says to you, "That was really clever", you would prefer them not to be sarcastic.

Lesson 208: DO YOU KNOW WHY?

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Lesson 207: THE WAYS TO GET SMARTER

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Lesson 206: TELEPHONING

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Telephone Ping-Pong! - Informal office conversations.

Lesson 205: HUNTING FOR WORDS (2)

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English is full of idioms connected with chasing, being hunted.

Lesson 204: HUNTING FOR WORDS

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When you have a conversation in English, people may often say things you don’t understand.

Lesson 203: BUSINESS WISDOM IN PHRASAL VERB

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Are you fed up with phrasal verbs? Do you feel all mixed up when you come across them in a business conversation? Hold on a minute! Perhaps there is some wisdom in them…

Lesson 202: TIME

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Lesson 201: ALL ABOUT BEER.... TO PREPARE FOR OCTOBERFEST

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The average beer drinker probably learned all about beer by looking at the local pub menu. His knowledge is limited to just a few decisions: domestic or imported, bottle or draught and popular brand name or microbrew. But beer is as old as civilization itself.

Lesson 200: TIPS FOR A TRAVELLING BUSINESSMAN

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What is important when one wants to do business in……?

Lesson 199: FANTASTIC ANIMAL FACTS

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Lesson 198: CONTAINERS (FOOD)

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Lesson 197: FAST FOOD BLUES

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Before you leave the house with an empty stomach heading for another party, better think twice about what you are going to eat.

Lesson 196: MALE AND FEMALE LANGUAGE

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Lesson 195: LOOKING LEFT, THINKING RIGHT ?

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Lesson 194: ENGLISH SPELLING SIMPLIFIED

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Lesson 193: FOOTBALL FRENZY!

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Lesson 192: FACEBOOK STORY

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Six Social-Networking Lies
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