Tonight is Christmas Eve and we all have a family dinner, listen or watch to the King's speech and some people, most in the world, wait for Santa Claus' gifts. Tradition is very important these days. What traditions do you keep in your family?
And talking about tradition, have a look at this fishing tradition in China:
Here's a good way to read a book >>> Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens (Audiobook) from the BBC School Radio
Activities for my 2º ESO students:What do you usually have for dinner tonight? Who do you have dinner with? Do you get any gifts tonight or on the Three Wise Men Eve?
Here's a listening exercise to do: The Perfect Santa (6 Minute English, BBC Learning English)
Lucy teaches us how to pronounce 12 brands you may pronounce incorrectly.
- Episode 171213 / 13 December 2017 >>> The science of singing - Language related to 'hearing'. Need-to-know language: hearing impairment, stimulate, hearing acuity, discriminate.
Related articles you can read about the issue:
Singing Changes Your Brain (Time)
Boost Your Brain and Memory by Singing (Lifehacker)
Singing lessens stress (The Guardian)
Now let's listen to Good Vibrations by the Beach Boys >>>>