Unit 16 Health and fitness

Track 28 Jeanette: Good morning everyone and welcome to my weekly show about fitness. Today I want to talk about ways you can improve your fitness without having to join a gym or sports centre. Now first of all, it is important to decide what you want to achieve. Many people want to improve their […]

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Unit 12 Crime

Track 18 Examiner: How can crime be prevented? Student: Crime prevention must start from education. If people are not raised well, then they might commit crimes in the future. It’s the responsibility of both parents and schools to educate children in the difference between right and wrong. This could be done in special ethics classes […]

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Unit 8 Food

Track 10 Simon: Excuse me, my name’s Simon and I’m a dietician working here at the University. Would you mind if I asked you some questions? I’m doing a survey for the Students’ Union on student eating habits. Jim: Oh really. Simon: Yes, we’re trying to find out how we can improve the meals served in the […]

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Unit 5 The Internet

Track 07 Interviewer: Welcome to the programme, Bob Lamont. Now you’re going to talk to us about the online gaming industry. We’ve had many listeners, especially parents of young children, email questions about the future of the gaming industry and how it’s going to develop. Bob Lamont: Well, hopefully I’ll be able to answer some of their questions. […]

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Unit 3 Fame

Track 04 Presenter: In today’s programme. I’ll continue examining the impact of fame on lifestyle using the style icon Gloria Van Broncken as an example. Before becoming famous in the modelling industry, Gloria had lived in a small village and had never travelled outside her own country. She used to work in a clothes store and she enjoyed all […]

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