A Podcast and Blog for English Learners who Want to THINK IN ENGLISH.
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Most of you probably know the four main language skills: writing, reading, listening, and speaking. But there is a fifth skill that people often forget, but is just as essential for communication – culture! Today I’m going to explain why learning culture is so important and give you a few tips on how to improve your cultural literacy.
Sometimes a country will change its name. In recent years, Swaziland became Eswatini, Cape Verde became Cabo Verde, and Turkey is now Türkiye! But why do countries change their names? Let’s discuss this today on Thinking in English!
Should owning a dog be illegal? On today’s episode of Thinking in English, I’m going to explain why I think that owning certain types of dog, in particular “purebred” and flat faced dogs, is cruel and should not be allowed! Let’s learn about the history of dog breeds and the serious problems modern dogs experience, all while learning new vocabulary and practising your listening comprehension!
Tom is the host and writer of Thinking in English, as well as a research student, English tutor, and coffee addict.
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