In this English lesson I will help you learn English words and phrases associated with the news. As humans we are very curious people and we often read the news or watch the news every day. As you continue to learn English the news can be a great source to learn new words and vocabulary.
In this English lesson about the news I’ll help you learn English words and phrases like, “news anchor”, and “let’s go back inside”, and “tabloid”.
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