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49. Should Bottled Water be Banned? (English Vocabulary Lesson)

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49. Should Bottled Water be Banned? (English Vocabulary Lesson)

8 Februari 2021

We drink millions of bottles of water every year. However, in some countries, including mine the UK, our tap water is perfectly safe! We don’t really need to buy bottled water! There are environmental, financial, and health costs connected to bottled water. Should bottled water be banned? TRANSCRIPT - CONTACT US!! INSTAGRAM - thinkinginenglishpodcast ( Twitter - @thinkenglishpod Blog - Gmail - VOCABULARY LIST Optician (n) - Someone whose job is examining people’s eyes and selling glasses or contact lenses to correct sight problems The optician recommended I choose a different pair of glasses! Beverage (n) - a drink of any type Hot beverages include tea, coffee, and hot chocolate Roughly (adv) - approximately or about We have roughly similar tastes! Source (n) - the place something comes from or starts at, or the cause of something Experts are trying to track down the source of the contamination in the water supply Stringently (adv) - in a way that is strict, severe, or limiting Fire regulations are stringently enforced in all our factories Defect (n) - a physical condition in which something is wrong with a part of someone’s body The drug has been shown to cause birth defects Consumption (n) - the act of using, eating, or drinking something: This programme is designed to increase the consumption of vegetables by children! Carbonated (adj) - a carbonated drink is fizzy because it contains bubbles of carbon dioxide Although I love carbonated sodas, I really dislike carbonated water!


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