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175. The Language of Protesting (English Vocabulary Lesson)

English is the language of protesting across the world. Let’s learn the vocabulary and techniques you need to protest in English and understand why people take to the streets.

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What Is “Burnout”? And How Can You Avoid It While Studying English?

Have you ever felt exhausted, tired, unmotivated, and negative towards your work or language learning journey? If so, you may have experience “burnout.” Today, let’s learn about the different types of burnout, why they are bad for language learners, and how to avoid suffering from them while studying English!

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173. What is the Human Development Index? (English Vocabulary Lesson)

This year’s Human Development Index results have been published by the UN… and they are not good. For the first time in history, average human development around the world is in decline. Let’s take a look at the concept of Human development and discuss this year’s results on today’s episode of Thinking in English!

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172. What Happens When the Queen Dies? (English Vocabulary Lesson)

The UK is currently preparing for the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II, who passed away last week at the age of 96. While the death of the Queen came as a shock, the government and Royal Family have been preparing for this moment for decades. Today, let’s discuss what happens when a British monarch passes away!

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170. Who was Gorbachev? (English Vocabulary Lesson)

Mikhail Gorbachev, the last leader of the Soviet Union, has passed away. News reports around the world described him as one of the most influential political figures of all time. Today, let’s discuss how Gorbachev rose to such a powerful position, his influence as a leader, and his legacy today!

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167. What is a Recession? (English Vocabulary Lesson)

Across the world, our economies are struggling with inflation, soaring energy prices, and the impact of Russia’s war in Ukraine and COVID-19! It is likely the many countries will enter a recession. But… what exactly is a recession? What causes recession? And how can we reverse a shrinking economy? Let’s answer these questions today, while learning some useful economic vocabulary!

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