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169. There Is No Such Thing As A Fish... (English Vocabulary Lesson)

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169. There Is No Such Thing As A Fish... (English Vocabulary Lesson)

5 September 2022

Support the Podcast and Join my Patreon HERE -- CLICK HERE TO DONATE OR SUPPORT THE PODCAST!!!! - There is no such thing as a fish. You might not believe me right now, but by the end of the episode I’m confident you will understand, and maybe even agree, with my opinion. Let’s learn some biological English vocabulary while trying to answer the question… Do fish actually exist? TRANSCRIPT -- You may also like... 168. Should Kids Have Homework? (English Vocabulary Lesson 167. What is a Recession? (English Vocabulary Lesson) 166. Afghanistan: One Year Later! (English Vocabulary Lesson) 165. Why is Ireland Divided? (English Vocabulary Lesson) INSTAGRAM - thinkinginenglishpodcast (  Blog - Vocabulary List Vertebrate (n) – an animal that has a spine Cows, frogs, and ostriches are all vertebrates cold-blooded (adj) – cold-blooded animals can only control their body heat by taking in heat from the outside or by being very active Snakes and lizards are cold-blooded animals Limbless (adj) – having no limbs (no arms, legs, or wings) Snakes are limbless reptiles Common ancestor (n) – one species which is the ancestor of two or more species later in time Humans and gorillas share a common ancestor To evolve (v) – to develop gradually Dogs evolved from wolves Descendant (n) – an animal that lives after and is related to another animal that lived in the past Lemurs are descendants of early primates To distinguish (v) – to notice or understand the difference between two things It is difficult to distinguish between these two species Characteristic (n) – a typical or noticeable quality of someone or something A squashed face is an unfortunate characteristic of pugs


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