Boozing?? What does it mean? What is the difference with 'drinking'? Why should we stop boozing in January?
Yes, some people believe that we should do it during this month in order to keep healthy and make our body recover from all the Christmas excesses.
Here's a listening exercise to do and some articles to read about the issue:
A dry January? (6 Minute English, BBC Learning English)
Should I stop drinking alcohol in January? (The Guardian)
Two related posts in this blog:
The solution >>> Seven ways to make up for Christmas excess before NYE (CTV News)
And here's a Selectivity exam for you to do and that we may correct in class if you like:
The big bottle As you said, it is also FALSE that the police are afraid teenagers..., because it is the city councils the ones that are afraid ("cautious"). They accept 'repair, mend, fix' as opposites of BREAK. TO COME ACROSS S.O./STH is to meet or find s.o. or sth. by chance (example: "I came across this book in a second-hand shop")
Learn English Through Story - Jane Eyre - beginner level
You can listen to the story here!!!
Learn English with Papa >>> During / While / Meanwhile - How to use them in English
Activities for my 2º ESO students: Watch the video and write 3 sentences with the words: 'during', 'while' & 'meanwhile'. Then listen to the current soundtrack of my blog and tell me the title of the song you are listening to and what it means in Spanish.
- Episode 180124 / 24 January 2018 >>> Antarctic discoveries - Language related to 'Antarctica'. Need-to-know language: glacial ice, icy seas, frigid ice, wall of life & unique ecosystem.