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Episode 09

Tess and Ravi talk about a typical English drink and where to find it. Jo and Adam look at adjectives and adverbs. 

Tess & Ravi

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Leave a comment below!

  • Do people drink beer in your country?
  • If you like beer, have you ever tasted British beer? What did you think of it?
  • Have you ever been to a British-style pub? Or an Irish pub?
  • What do you think of them?

Leave a comment and we'll discuss some of your answers in the next podcast.


Language level

Intermediate: B1
Pre-intermediate: A2


Hi! alcoholic drinks are forbidden in my country and also in my religion (Islam) so I haven't had any type of alcoholic drinks in my life. There aren't any pubs here and coffee shops have light drinks. I go to coffee shops or to the mountain with friends in order to relax.

I usually drink in some bars in BH city Brazil. It´s really cool there.

Well, interestingly enough , we have no pubs here in Sudan.I think the cause is that drinking alcohol is 1st prohibited by the law , 2nd socially is considered a very bad habit that ruin ones dignity .. partly because locally made alcoholic drinks called "mareesa , aragy, .. etc" are very very strong , just very few milliliters are enough to make your gait very unsteady .
so we rather have many restaurants. and it is very unlikely to find a street or mini road without a restaurant . most of friends meet each other there.

I have never gone to Pubs
I go to the beach to relax