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105. Crazy Conspiracy Theories That Were Actually True!! (English Vocabulary Lesson)

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105. Crazy Conspiracy Theories That Were Actually True!! (English Vocabulary Lesson)

27 September 2021

A mission to recruit Nazi war criminals? CIA mind control experiments? A President trying to steal important documents? These might sound crazy, but they are just a few examples of conspiracy theories that were actually true! Let’s talk about conspiracy theories and more on this episode of Thinking in English! TRANSCRIPT -- CONTACT ME!! INSTAGRAM - thinkinginenglishpodcast ( Blog - Gmail - Vocabulary List Plot (n) - a secret plan by several people to do something that is wrong, harmful, or not legal, especially to do damage to a person or government The police stopped a plot to assassinate the president Uncertainty (n) - a situation in which something is not known, or something that is not known or certain Life is full of uncertainties Sociopolitical (adj) - used to describe the differences between groups of people relating to their political beliefs, social class, etc The report recommended new policies due to sociopolitical changes over the years Evildoer (n) - someone who does something evil The government has blamed the protests on a handful of evildoers Obscure (adj) - not known to many people He moved to an obscure island in the Pacific Blatantly  (adv) - in a way that is very obscure and intentional, when this is a bad thing It was blatantly obvious that she was telling a lie To cover up (phrasal v) - to keep something unpleasant or illegal secret or hidden He accused the men of covering up a crime Scandal (n) - (an action or event that caused) a public feeling of shock and strong moral disapproval Their affair caused a scandal in the office


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