It is an opportunity for us to reflect on the language and ideas that represented each year.So, take a stroll down memory lane to remember all of our past Word of the Year selections.Listen to the whole podcast and try to answer the questions while you listen. Exercise Check your answers when you have finished. Remember this, because if you listen to the podcast again later (say next month), you can do the exercise again, and see if you have improved! Ravi: I bet if you lived in London, you’d want to go back to Brighton. Sean: Maybe – but then I could visit my mum and dad, like you do Ravi. Yeah, live in London, have family in Brighton – perfect really. Meanwhile, Amandeep does meet one happy couple, and Word on the Street are guests on a very special day – their wedding!Our Word of the Year choice serves as a symbol of each year’s most meaningful events and lookup trends. The mainstreaming of climate change response into all national, provincial local planning.
Suggestion: Download the Support Pack and read the notes to help you to think of things to say, and the best order to say them. You only need to input Video URL, we will download and convert it to mp3 for you, and will give the final link for you to download.All our conversions will be perfomed in high quality mode with a bitrate of at least 128 k Bit/s. An approximately time for each video is for 4-5 minutes (depend on video size).Now put your notes together to write a paragraph about the cartoon or animation and add it as a comment below. This helps you to learn the meaning of new words and how to remember them. I’m going to sit on my sofa all weekend and watch TV.