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152. Why are the Falkland Islands so Controversial? (English Vocabulary Lesson)

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152. Why are the Falkland Islands so Controversial? (English Vocabulary Lesson)

16 Mei 2022

CLICK HERE TO DONATE OR SUPPORT TO PODCAST!!!! - 40 years ago Britain and Argentina fought a bitter war over a few small and remote islands in the Atlantic ocean. The Falkland islands remain a controversial issue today. Where are the Falklands? Why did Argentina and Britain go to war over them? And who should control the islands? Let’s discuss these questions on today’s episode of Thinking in English! TRANSCRIPT - You may also like... 151. What is Roe v. Wade? (English Vocabulary Lesson) 150. How to Stop Procrastinating!! (English Vocabulary Lesson) Does Your English Accent Matter? w/ Dan Sensei (English Conversation Lesson) 149. Should Cannabis be Legal? (English Vocabulary Lesson) INSTAGRAM - thinkinginenglishpodcast (  Blog - Vocabulary List Remote (adj) - far away in distance He lives in a remote mountain village Sparsely (adv) - with only a small number or amount of people or things His room is sparsely furnished To renounce (v) - to say formally or publicly that you no longer own, support, believe in, or have a connection with something Gandhi renounced the use of violence Sovereignty (n) - the power of a country to control its own government Talks are ongoing over the sovereignty of the disputed island To occupy (v) - to move into and take control and/or possession of a place Troops quickly occupied the city To surrender (v) - to stop fighting and admit defeat They would rather die than surrender To inherit (v) - if you inherit a situation, problem, department, etc., you become responsible for dealing with it or managing it When I took on the job of manager, I inherited a lot of financial problems Undisputed (adj) - if something is undisputed, everyone agrees about it He is the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world Self-determination (n) - the ability or power to make decisions for yourself, especially the power of a nation to decide how it will be governed The UN considers self-determination to be a human right


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