Chorizo! chuh-REE-thoh? shuh-REE-zoh? shoh-REE-soo? chuh-RITS-oh?

How do you pronounce this difficult food word in English?! Even the head chef of MasterChef UK doesn't know! ([ Bbc.in Link ]
find out here!

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Chorizo chuhREEthoh shuhREEzoh shohREEsoo chuhRITSoh
Jorge Careaga
Don't bother telling your teacher a 'white lie' or having 'a sickie', you can't fool them.

Don't believe us? Read this...

#learnenglish #excuses
Don't bother telling your teacher a 'white lie' or having 'a sickie' you can't fool them

What is a 'white lie', a 'sickie', a 'porkie', a 'fib'…?! ????

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Dave King Michelle King
Jolanta Brzeska
Do you have a great #English teacher? Share this with them. Maybe they will learn something new, remember something fundamental or just have a giggle.

In this video, we discuss some interesting things to do while #teaching collocations.

We have a whole YouTube playlist for teachers too: [ Bbc.in Link ]
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Htooaung Htet
Judy Yumiko Yamaji
How do you say the words you see and hear in the news? In Pronunciation in the News, we take a word that's dominating the headlines and teach you how to say it like a native speaker. In this episode, we're looking at the word military.

- There are four syllables: mi-li-ta-ry
- The stress is on the first syllable:
- MI-li-ta-ry
- In British English, the /ə/ sound in the final syllable is...
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How do you say the words you see and hear in the

Learn to pronounce English words from BBC news reports

Pronouncing 'military'

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Huda Huda Huda
The US military has started installing a controversial missile defence system at a site in South Korea, amid high tensions over neighbouring North Korea's nuclear and missile ambitions.

Military means 'armies or armed forces'.

How many syllables are there in the word 'military'?

A) Two
B) Three
C) Four

Answer: [ Bbc.in Link ]
The US military has started installing a controversial missile defence system at

How good is your English pronunciation?

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Äm Şăl ÏŔšs Mñâ
Fidele Tiono
Äm Şăl ÏŔšs Mñâ
Are you happy where you work? Do you feel you are a big fish in a small pond?

For more amusing expressions in English, visit our website: [ Bbc.in Link ]

#learnenglish #vocabulary
Are you happy where you work Do you feel you are a big fish in a small pond
Aviraj Avihit Kumar
Amira Malek
Patty Stevenson
Do you need to borrow some money? Keep away from loan sharks! ???? ????

For more amusing phrases in English, visit our website: [ Bbc.in Link ]

#learnenglish #vocabulary
Do you need to borrow some money Keep away from loan sharks ???? ????
Max Soares Da Silva
Shadi Jarmouche
Gisele Fábio
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yesterday at 22:13. Facebook
Know anyone going to the Tour de Yorkshire this weekend that would like to try to blend in?!

Make sure your #Yorkshire accent is in fine fettle (good condition) before attempting it with the locals. #justsaying

Good luck Lizzie Deignan !

#TDY2017 #TDY
Know anyone going to the Tour de Yorkshire this weekend that would
Abdo Namal
BBC Learning English
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yesterday at 20:34. Facebook
True or false? When pronouncing 'military', the /ə/ sound in the final syllable is short.

The answer is in the video.
Jan Lopes
Fernanda Pascoe
Sinoval Silva
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yesterday at 18:51. Facebook
Feeling sharp?!

Learn ways of talking about your #intelligence, then answer these questions: [ Bbc.in Link ]

#English #vocabulary
Jolanta Brzeska
Ruaa AL Yousif
Em Ma
BBC Learning English
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yesterday at 17:12. Facebook
For anyone happy about the Tour de Yorkshire happening this weekend...

Here's an example of how to use this phrase:

"I've just seen Lizzie Deignan cycle past me at 40 miles an hour. I'm as happy as a pig in muck!"

Good luck Scott Thwaites!
For anyone happy about the Tour de Yorkshire happening this weekend
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yesterday at 15:37. Facebook
Today, the phrase "mutton-headed, old mugwump" appeared in the news. ([ Bbc.in Link ]

If you like old insults, here are some more from #shakespeare

Learn English with Shakespeare: [ Bbc.in Link ]
Today the phrase "muttonheaded old mugwump" appeared in the news
Marton Antal
Álvaro Camabetillolla
Kevin Paquet
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yesterday at 14:38. Facebook
We're sure Tour de Yorkshire cyclist Adam Blythe would never get grumpy, but it's a great phrase nonetheless!

Here's an example.

"Don't talk to Betty. She's right mardy because she's too short to see the cyclists."

If you like quirky British phrases, then this page will be right up your street... [ Bbc.in Link ]

#TDY2017
Were sure Tour de Yorkshire cyclist Adam Blythe would never get grumpy
Dave King Michelle King
Debbie Sheringham
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yesterday at 11:16. Facebook
Watching the Tour de Yorkshire this weekend?

If you're lucky enough to be there in person, this is a great phrase to use with people from #Yorkshire (in the north of #England). It means 'I don't think much of that opinion.'

Here's an example -
"I think my Yorkshire accent is pretty good."
"I reckon nowt to that."

More unusual British phrases: [ Bbc.in Link ]

#TDY #TDY2017
Watching the Tour de Yorkshire this weekend
Angel Briceño Morales
Pismai De Silva
อรรถพล พุทธจิตพันธ์
BBC Learning English
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yesterday at 01:39. Facebook
If someone is sharp, they are ______.

a) unkind and mean
b) intelligent and quick-witted
c) extremely energetic

To find the answer, watch this video or go to our website for more quizzes: [ Bbc.in Link ]
If someone is sharp they are a unkind and mean b intelligent

BBC News Review: Exercise helps the brain

Learn how to use the language the world's media is using to discuss this story: A study says moderate exercise several times a week is...

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Hirokazu Condo
طارق محمد سريع
Parvinder Singh Brar
BBC Learning English
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yesterday at 00:02. Facebook
According to recent research, exercise not only keeps your body healthy, but your brain too. This reduces the risk of memory loss and other conditions of the mind. Learn vocabulary related to this recent news story. #dementia #alzheimers
According to recent research exercise not only keeps your body healthy but

Learn ways to talk about your brain

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Jolanta Brzeska
Pismai De Silva
Naseer Ahmad Omari
BBC Learning English
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04/26/2017 at 22:26. Facebook
There's a verb we use to mean 'start doing exercise'. Is it…

a) take up
b) take on
c) take over

Watch the video to find out the answer. For more quiz questions, click here: [ Bbc.in Link ]
Ajarn Tim
Stefanovic Srdjan
Sanja Ciric
BBC Learning English
BBC Learning English
04/26/2017 at 18:11. Facebook
???? They say a picture is worth a thousand words, so here's a picture with 37(!) and a hidden message...can you solve it?

The answer is here: [ Bbc.in Link ]
They say a picture is worth a thousand words so heres
Phươngg Thị
Abdulfattah Yassin
Vera Dayrit
BBC Learning English
BBC Learning English
04/26/2017 at 16:29. Facebook
Do you know anybody who studies a lot but doesn't have much fun? Could this be them?

Phrases and idioms here: [ Bbc.in Link ]

#learnenglish #vocabulary
Do you know anybody who studies a lot but doesn't have much fun Could this be them
Jolanta Brzeska
Inha Kim
Gustavo Poletto
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BBC Learning English
04/26/2017 at 14:55. Facebook
An English football manager recently said: “I deeply regret the comments I made.” ([ Bbc.in Link ]

Have you ever done something you regret? How many ways to talk about it do you know?

You can find more ways to say sorry here: [ Bbc.in Link ]
An English football manager recently said: “I deeply regret the comments I made”
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Yolanda Shen
Yad Yassna