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81. The End of Coffee!!: How can we save the world’s coffee industry? (English Vocabulary Lesson)

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81. The End of Coffee!!: How can we save the world’s coffee industry? (English Vocabulary Lesson)

31 Mei 2021

Coffee is in jeopardy. As the world’s temperatures increase and the climate changes, it is becoming more and more difficult to grow coffee. For farmers, cafes, and coffee drinkers this is terrible news. In this episode of Thinking in English, let’s talk about the issue and discuss a potential solution to the problem! TRANSCRIPT -- CONTACT US!! INSTAGRAM - thinkinginenglishpodcast ( Twitter - @thinkenglishpod Blog - Gmail - Vocabulary List To afford (v) - to have enough money or time to buy, keep, or do something I don’t know how he can afford a new car Accustomed (adj) - familiar with something I quickly became accustomed to the taste of beer To brew (v) - if you brew tea or coffee, you add boiling water to it to make a hot drink, and if it brews, it gradually developed flavour in the container in which it was made He brewed us some coffee Barely (adv) - by the smallest amount She was barely 15 when she won her first world championship Enthusiast (n) - a person who is very interested in and involved with a particular subject or activity He is a keep-fit enthusiast Jeopardy (n) - in danger of being damaged or destroyed The lives of thousands of birds are in jeopardy as a result of the oil spill Elevation (n) - the height of a place above the level of the sea The crop is not grown at high elevation Yield (n) - an amount of something positive, such as food or profit, that is produced or supplied Crop yields have risen steadily To crossbreed (v) - to cause a plant or animal to breed with another plant or animal of a different type in order to produce a new type of plant or animal Asian pears are a variety developed by crossbreeding pears and apples


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