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Episode 20

The end is here! But not forever... This is the last podcast of Series 3. Adam talks about animal noises and we hear the latest from Carolina and Emily.

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  • How do you feel about animals? If you've been to Britain, do you think what Tess and Ravi said is true - are the British pet lover?
  • How do people view animals where you live? How common is it for people to have pets in your country? Do you have one? What kind?

Language level

Intermediate: B1


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Hi E.P team,
I will miss you during your vacation, so why don't you come back soon.
For my first date, I drove my car with my girl friend who is now my wife.
And we visited different city and went park or some heritage places.

Hi :) I'm Kartika from Indonesia. In my country, cock usually say 'kukuruyuuk' to wake up people in the morning.
Adore you..Elementary Podcasts :)

ı will miss elementary podcast.ı hope you will back soon.there are some differences in animal voices between countries. actually a bit different.When i listen the podcast  i compare with my country which is tukey dogs say hav hav ,donkeys say ai ai,sheeps say meee meee not beee,cows say möö möö. some of them similar,some of them different,nevertheless in my opinion animals can understand each other wherever they are .... i am looking forward to listening new podcast bye

Hi and thank you so much for Elementry podcast, I love it.
It's improve my poor English.

Opss. I'm Alis from Italy, see you soon.

Hi! I'm Yenson from Venezuela and I'm glad to listen to Elementary Podcasts again... I'm one of those who only like to practice english with E P... (and sometimes with Word on the street).... I hope you don't take a so long vacations and you be here again very soon... Talking about the first date I think that the best is going dinner, I remember my first date with my wife, it was a mess because we went to the cinema and we watch a horror movie and she threw away the pop corns because one terrible scene. 
It's funny how the sounds of the animals change from one language to another but I think they still making the same sound, could you understand me??? for example, in Venezuela the cats say "miau" and the little chickens say "pio pio".... could anybody tell me how they sound in other countries???
Bye-bye and come back soon Adam....
PD: by the way, Must I have said "I hope you don't take a SO-LONG vacatios"??? I hope your answer

Thanks...It was very good lesson....
And now I see haw many must I learning more...
It is fantastic helping for all foreign people for study...
For like English interesting sides....

finally I've heard the last episode of series 3   and i like it so much as Carolina is not depressed  any more and feeling happy also as Emily is going to date Cameron that's fantastic .i think that they should go to an amuse park because there is a lot of fun and play also they can talk a lot and knew each other more it is better to spent a good and funny day in the first day