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147. Does a Country Need an Army?  (English Vocabulary Lesson)

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147. Does a Country Need an Army?  (English Vocabulary Lesson)

11 April 2022

CLICK HERE TO DONATE OR SUPPORT TO PODCAST!!!! - Does a country actually need an armed forces? What would happen if a nation chose to not have a military and not spend money on defence? Surely every country must have some kind of army? Let's discuss this on today's episode of Thinking in English! TRANSCRIPT -- You may also like... 146. What is Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” Bill? (English Vocabulary Lesson) 145. Should you Support Your Country Unconditionally? (English Vocabulary Lesson) 144. Should Students Have to Wear School Uniforms? (English Vocabulary Lesson) 143. What is a War Crime? (English Vocabulary Lesson) INSTAGRAM - thinkinginenglishpodcast (  Blog - Vocabulary List Remarkable (adj) - unusual or special and therefore surprising and worth mentioning Nelson Mandela was a remarkable man Expenditure (n) - the total amount of money that a government or person spends The government’s annual expenditure on health increases every year Procurement (n) - the process of getting supplies or products He specialises in the procurement of rare objects Reliant (adj) - needing a particular thing or person in order to continue, to work correctly, or to succeed He’s completely reliant on his wheelchair to get around To demilitarise (v) - to remove military forces from an area There is a demilitarised zone between North and South Korea To dissolve (v) - to end an official organisation or legal arrangement Their marriage was dissolved last year To disband (v) - to stop existing as a group or organisation, or to end a group or organisation The international department was disbanded due to the pandemic Leverage (n) - power to influence people and get the results you want The British government has little leverage in that part of the world


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