Given below is an audio, taken from BBC 6 minutes English. The audio talks about food labelling.
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Answer the following question in NO MORE THAN FIVE WORDS.
- What is the caloric content in chocolate chip muffin?
- The speaker uses a synonym for “used up”. What is it?
- How long should you walk to burn off the calories in a quarter or a larger pizza?
- Which authority is responsible for health in UK?
- The speaker uses a word for doing something “based on an understanding of the facts”?What is the word?
- The speaker uses a phrase to mean that you understand something immediately?Which phrase is it?
- Which phrase is used to express doing something after thinking lot about it?
- What percent of population is overweight or obese in UK?
- 450 calories
- 83 minutes
- Royal Society for Public Health
- see at a glance
- think twice
The below link takes you to the audio of BBC Radio – 6 minutes English. The audio talks about a very common thing, slangs.
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Answer the following question in NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS.
- The speaker uses a word for an informal language? What is the word?
- Cockneys use a slang to talk in front of police. What is it?
- What is Cockney Rhyming Slang for money?
- The speaker uses a synonym meaning believe? Which word is it?
- What is the actual meaning of pork pie?
- What is the place where the bells of St Mary-le-bow church is now called?
- Which word is used to talk about something that has been slow to disappear?
- The speaker uses a slang for alcohol. What is it?
- Which word is used to describe rude language that tends to offend people?
- What is the technical language belonging to a specific group called?
- Cockney Rhyming Slang
- Adam and eve
- City of London
- Swear words