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Your English Five a Day #21.4

March 28, 2024 Season 1 Episode 218
Your English Five a Day #21.4
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Your English Five a Day #21.4
Mar 28, 2024 Season 1 Episode 218

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E218: πŸŽ™οΈ Welcome to The English Like a Native Podcast! I'm Anna, and you're tuned in to Week 21, Day 4 of Your English Five a Day. Join me as we explore five new pieces of vocabulary every weekday, from Monday to Friday, aimed at enhancing your active vocabulary.

🌟 We kick off today's list of five with the idiom "to have a handle on something". Then, we explore the adjective "watertight" and dive deeper into the noun "alibi". Next up is the adjective "keen", and finally, we discover the phrasal verb "rush into".

βš–οΈ After running through a pronunciation exercise and a quick quiz, we head to our story for today, where we meet Jane, a determined legal secretary navigating through the complexities of a legal case. With a keen eye for detail, she ensures every aspect of the case is watertight, leaving no room for doubt.

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E218: πŸŽ™οΈ Welcome to The English Like a Native Podcast! I'm Anna, and you're tuned in to Week 21, Day 4 of Your English Five a Day. Join me as we explore five new pieces of vocabulary every weekday, from Monday to Friday, aimed at enhancing your active vocabulary.

🌟 We kick off today's list of five with the idiom "to have a handle on something". Then, we explore the adjective "watertight" and dive deeper into the noun "alibi". Next up is the adjective "keen", and finally, we discover the phrasal verb "rush into".

βš–οΈ After running through a pronunciation exercise and a quick quiz, we head to our story for today, where we meet Jane, a determined legal secretary navigating through the complexities of a legal case. With a keen eye for detail, she ensures every aspect of the case is watertight, leaving no room for doubt.

⭐ ENGLlSH LIKE A NATIVE PLUS ⭐

Join English Like A Native Plus - a membership allowing you to access the bonus episodes, plus a weekly email with the most recent podcasts' transcript. Become a Plus Member here: https://www.buzzsprout.com/2038858/subscribe

Five-a-Day Database
Access all the vocabulary covered in the Five-a-Day series. This database is constantly updated.
You can even make a copy and personalise it with your own example sentences.
Get access now by joining my ELAN Newsletter πŸ‘ˆ