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In this episode I talk about visiting the fantastic Griffith Observatory and then ‘go off on one’ about Astronomy vs Astrology and ludicrous flat earth conspiracy theories.

Includes various bits of vocabulary throughout the episode. Talking about some modern art which I saw while visiting several galleries in Los Angeles.

Vocabulary list with definitions and examples available. Catching Up with Amber & Paul #7 (Human Pollution) Amber and Paul are back on the podcast as we catch up with their recent news and the conversation goes off on many tangents covering subjects such as: pollution and fog in Paris, a possible new word – ‘pog’, other potential new words of the year, Harvey Weinstein, wanking in the office, ‘human pollution in the swimming pool’, Paul’s recent showbiz news, seeing The Rolling Stones on stage and a slightly worrying email from a LEPster.

Includes a cameo appearance by young Hugo, saying his first words on the podcast. Becoming a Dad (with Andy & Ben) Part 2 The second part of this conversation with Andy Johnson and Ben Butler, and we talk about the moment of childbirth and take a quiz about becoming a father. A Rambling Conversation with Mum (Part 2) Vocabulary Here’s part 2 of this conversation with my Mum in which you can hear us wittering on about the bookshop where Mum works, some of the books she’s read recently, and some of her podcast and film recommendations.

Lie and its principal parts (lay, lain, lying) are correctly used in the following examples: She often lies (not lays) down after lunch. All careful writers and speakers observe the distinction even in informal contexts usage: lay and lie are often confused. The folders have laid on the desk since yesterday.1. Setting of a weapon for a given range, a given direction, or both.3. lie takes no object and has lying as its present participle, lay as its past tense and lain as its past participle: Please lie down ; He lay down ; He had lain there for hours .

lay is most commonly a transitive verb and takes an object. If “place” or “put” can be substituted in a sentence, a form of lay is called for: Lay the folders on the desk. lay also has several intransitive senses, among them “to lay eggs” (), and it forms many phrasal verbs, such as lay off. Substitution of forms of lay for those of lie occur in all but the most formal speech and writing, but constructions like the following are generally considered incorrect: Can you lay down? To drop one or more aerial bombs or aerial mines onto the surface from an aircraft.4. lie , to be untruthful, has lying as its present participle, and lied as its past tense and past participle: She (has always) lied about her age .

Includes descriptions of different movements in modern art, details about some famous artists and their work, some thoughts about whether modern art is really amazing, or maybe just a load of pretentious rubbish! I’m back from my holiday so here’s a new episode of the podcast.

In this one you’ll hear me talking about some recent news (including quite a big announcement) and then an account of what we did on holiday including some descriptions, opinions and stories. Everything you need to know about the world’s 2nd most popular spectator sport, cricket.

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conversation about travelling and learning languages with Ethan from Real Life English.

Here is some more listening you can do while waiting for the next episode of LEP.

Listen for explanations of the film, its appeal, descriptions of the characters and events, the type of people who like the film and a few bits of dialogue too. Discussing stereotypes and clichés about Australia with podcaster Oliver Gee who comes from a land down under.

Check this episode page for word lists, transcriptions and my video of 40 difficult words to pronounce in English.

A conversation with Paul Taylor involving several cups of tea, recipes for French crepes, our terrible rap skills, a funny old comedy song about English workmen drinking tea, some improvised comedy role plays and a very angry Paul ranting about bad customer service in France! This one is about visiting the Navajo Nation, meeting some Navajo people, seeing more natural wonders at Monument Valley and The Grand Canyon, a couple of film recommendations our experience of the solar eclipse and a few more anecdotes about the rest of our road trip. In this episode I’m going to continue telling you stories of my recent holiday and there will be descriptions of impressive rocky landscapes, a sort of geology lesson and a brief history of planet earth.

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