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Development is happening everywhere around the world and it has started to be called 'globalisation'. There is a serious argument that this process is unfair and that it is causing a lot of poverty ...
The analogy of streams, rivers and their tributaries as the veins and arteries of the earth is not inappropriate. They are indeed the "lifeblood" of the world. Each river is part of a huge eco-system.
Rob the teacher talks about adjectives and words that go with them.
Rob explains question forms and expressions people use when they go shopping.
We use relative clauses to say more about people and things, to make it clear which one we are talking about.
Do you know how the UK is governed and who lives there? Watch the first of a new series of videos on UK life and institutions.
First family of four to walk to the South Pole wearing Mickey Mouse ears and clown's shoes! No, not really. It isn't true. I invented it. But I wouldn't be surprised to see it one day soon.
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