CARPOOLING is one of the trendiest means of transport, but what is it? Here's the definition. All that glitters is not gold (can you tell me what this expression means?), so in your comments you can let me know the advantages and disadvantages of using this means of transport.
Here are some related articles you can read about the issue:
New carpooling app matches riders and drivers — for free (The Washington Post)
And here's something you will probably like CARPOOL KARAOKE: Ed Sheeran Carpool Karaoke & Will Smith & First Lady Michelle Obama
Activities for my 2º ESO students: Can you tell me the difference between these two sentences:
1.- He stopped smoking
2.- He stopped to smoke
Have a look at this English in a Minute episode and explain the difference. Try to do the online quiz too.
When sharing the same space we may have some problems such as the way you smell. Here's a listening exercise to do: Perfume: what your smell says about you (6 Minute English, BBC Learning English)
Another funny episode of John McEnroe talking about tennis in "The self-appointed Commissioner of Tennis":
- Episode 180523 / 23 May 2018 >>> Amsterdam tackles child obesity - Language related to 'Health and fitness'. Need-to-know language: put through their paces, dieticians, getting fit, learner & burning calories.