Tess & Ravi

Our listeners' musical talents are the topic for discussion this episode. Tess and Ravi tell you all about the drink British people are famous for loving.

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Exercise

Leave a comment below!

Do you drink tea or coffee? How do you make it? With or without milk? With or without sugar? What other things do people in your country like to drink?

We always enjoy reading your comments and we read some of them out in the following episode.

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Language level

Intermediate: B1

Comments

hi,ayesha here.all podcasts are very informatic.
 

Hello, my name is Halil. I live in Turkey. we mostly drink tea in our country. We have a traditional tea which's being grown on the east of black sea region in Turkey. ıt is called as Rize tea. ıt is really delicious tea. If you come to Turkey one day, you should try it exactly.
See you later,
Halil

Hi ! I live in KSA.I drink tea more than cofee but sometimes green sometimes black tea with milk usually.There is another drink Saudis like to drink that is hibiscus.

 Hi,  i live  in  Italy  ,  but i  love  drink  green tea,  is  not  usually drank  here.

Hi my name its Dorian and i am from Romania. There people drink tea and coffee. I like to drink tea with honey its delicious, I want to try coffee too but i am just fourteen years old.

Hi everybody.  I'm from Spain and we drink a lot of coffee here.  People here don't drink tea at all.  I love strong coffee without sugar so, when I go to Italy as a tourist, I enjoy drinking coffee there. It's delicious!!!!!!

Hello,
where I can find the transcript of elementary podcast?
Thank you in advance.
Micko
 

Hello Micko,
The transcripts are under 'instructions and downloads' towards the top of the page.
Best wishes,
Adam
The LearnEnglish Team

Hi
There's a mistake in the page on internet in the activity 1. The sentence "The British drink more tea than coffee" is true but when you check the answers is not ok. However in the support pack the sentence is the other way round. (I don't know if this expression is correct.).

Hi,
Thanks a lot for pointing this out! I've fixed the problem.
Best wishes,
Adam
The LearnEnglish Team

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