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Cambridge Guys 29 Sep, 10:04
Cambridge Guys 29 Sep, 10:01
Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for September 29, 2020 is:

🔍gauntlet • \GAWNT-lut\ • noun

1 : a glove worn with medieval armor to protect the hand

2 : any of various protective gloves used especially in industry

3 : an open challenge (as to combat) — used in phrases like throw down the gauntlet

4 : a dress glove extending above the wrist


Examples:

"No, Jack answered. He stared up at the advancing knight, and his hand wrapped itself tightly around the guitar-pick in his pocket. The spike-studded gauntlets came up toward the visor of its bird-helmet. They raised it." — [Stephen King and Peter Straub, The Talisman, 1984]

"Last week, the California Teachers Association threw down the gauntlet and told Newsom and legislators that schools aren't ready to reopen, citing the short time frame and the recent surge of infections." — [Dan Walters, The Orange County (California) Register, 13 July 2020]


❗️Did you know?

Gauntlet comes from Middle French gantelet, the diminutive of gant, meaning "glove." (The gauntlet that means "severe trial," "ordeal," or "double file of armed men" is a different word that originates from Swedish gata, meaning "lane" or "way.") To throw down the gauntlet is to issue an open challenge, while to pick up the gauntlet is to accept an open challenge. These figurative phrases come from the conventions of medieval combat. The gauntlet was the glove of a suit of armor. To challenge someone to combat, a knight would throw his glove at another knight's feet. The second knight would take it up if he intended to accept the challenge, in which case a jousting match might ensue.
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Cambridge Guys 29 Sep, 09:59
🎧Gauntlet

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Cambridge Guys 28 Sep, 19:01
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Cambridge Guys 27 Sep, 10:15
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6 Minute BBC Podcasts
🎧 ( 2020 / 9 / 24 )

The coronavirus pandemic has caused millions of people to lose their jobs and forced thousands more temporarily out of work, with no idea if they'll still have a job to go back to. In this programme, we’ll be assessing the post-Covid job landscape and asking whether a radical new approach is needed to prevent global mass unemployment. Neil and Sam discuss Denmark's approach to employment and teach you vocabulary along the way.

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Cambridge Guys 27 Sep, 10:13
🎧 Wasting away (to nothing)🔝Daily Easy English Expression Podcasts

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Cambridge Guys 27 Sep, 10:12
🎧Cutting-Edge Vocabulary for a Groundbreaking IELTS Score

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Cambridge Guys 27 Sep, 10:11
🎧U.S. Political Chaos and Canada

Will an unsettled United States affect Canada, especially with the election looming. Then, what's behind the current surge in COVID-19 cases. And, what's the progress toward a Canadian vaccine?

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Cambridge Guys 27 Sep, 10:10
🎧The psychological traits that shape your political beliefs | Dannagal G. Young

Social psychologist Dannagal G. Young breaks down the link between our psychology and politics, showing how personality types largely fall into people who prioritize openness and flexibility (liberals) and those who prefer order and certainty (conservatives). Hear why both sets of traits are crucial to any society -- and how our differences are being dangerously exploited to divide us. What if things weren't that way?

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Cambridge Guys 27 Sep, 10:09
🎧London's dirty financial secrets

How some of the world's biggest banks are helping criminals launder money through the UK capital. The BBC's Andy Verity describes what a major new leak of documents tells us about the flows of dirty money through financial centres. Dr Susan Hawley from the charity Spotlight on Corruption tells us why banks and regulators aren't doing enough to stop it, and Tom Burgis, author of a new book Kleptopia: How Dirty Money is Conquering the World, explains why money laundering is a threat to democracy and freedom.

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Cambridge Guys 27 Sep, 10:07
🎧Can a Newcomer Unseat Lindsey Graham? Plus, Carlos Lozada on “What Were We Thinking”

Jaime Harrison may seem like a long shot to become a South Carolina senator: he is a Black Democrat who grew up on food stamps in public housing, and he has never held elected public office. But a Quinnipiac poll ties him with Lindsay Graham—each has the support of forty-eight per cent of likely voters. Harrison is not exactly a progressive upstart candidate: he’s spent much of his career as a lobbyist, and has worked in the office of House Majority Whip James Clyburn. “I’ve seen the power of how good public servants can really address the issues of what people deal with,” Harrison tells David Remnick.

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Cambridge Guys 27 Sep, 10:03
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▪️Win the lottery

If you won the lottery, what would you do?

The 'lottery' is a collection of money that someone can win by buying a lottery ticket, in a kind of gambling.  The longer that passes without someone winning the more money you can win. The money comes from selling lottery tickets. Notice the following:

▫️I don't know anyone who has won the lottery.

▫️It would be great to win the lottery.


▪️Invest

I would invest my money so that I would never have to work again.

When you 'invest' your money you buy part of a company or a product with the idea that you will make more money when you sell the product or the company is successful. People invest in things like stocks, bonds and property. Notice the following:

▫️We invested in Starbucks when it was first starting.

▫️He invested his money in many successful companies and now he doesn't have to work.


▪️Tropical island

If I had a million dollars, I would buy a tropical island.

An 'island' is a small piece of land in the ocean, sea or lake that has water on all sides. A 'tropical island' is located in an area of the world that has a tropical or warm climate. Notice the following:

▫️The cruise ship stopped at a few tropical islands.

▫️We just got back from a vacation to a tropical island.


▪️Secluded

Do you want to be alone on a secluded island?

A 'secluded' place is far away from everywhere else. Notice the following:

▫️Their cabin is in a really secluded area.

▫️He needs a quiet and secluded spot to work or he gets distracted.


▪️Pass the time

How would you pass the time on this island?

How you 'pass the time' is how you spend your time or what you do to keep yourself busy. Notice the following:

▫️How did you pass the time on your vacation?

▫️She likes to pass the time in front of the television.
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Cambridge Guys 27 Sep, 10:01
🇺🇸Todd: James!

🇺🇸James: Yo!

Todd: if you had a million dollars...

James: Mm-hm

Todd: if you won the lottery...

James: Yes.

Todd: What would you do?

James: I would buy a small island, build a house there, and invest the rest of my money so that I would never have to work again.

Todd: OK, So are you talking a tropical island, or...

James: A tropical island, yeah, or maybe I would give it all to charity and have a bridge named after me.

Todd: That's two different things there. How bout the island? Would you want to be alone, on a secluded island or?

James: No, I would want all of my friends to come and visit me often.

Todd: OK. Nice. So how would you pass the time on this island?

James: I would read books. I would study. I would go swimming, go fishing, and play with my dog.

Todd: OK. Do you think money can make people happy, can buy happiness?

James: No, but it can sometimes make it easier. It depends on what you buy.
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Cambridge Guys 27 Sep, 10:00
🎧Money

James talks about what he would do if he was given a million dollars.

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Cambridge Guys 26 Sep, 10:24
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▫️Dirt
▫️Dirty / Dirtily
▫️Dirty / Get dirty


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Cambridge Guys 26 Sep, 10:24
Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for September 26, 2020 is:

🔍emollient • \ih-MAHL-yunt\ • noun

: something that softens or soothes


Examples:

"It was a nasal emollient called Ponaris. It was once, the packaging advertised, a NASA staple—included in the agency's medical space kit on every Apollo mission.… The package promised that it would help rose fever, which I'd become convinced I had gotten from all that potpourri, so I bought it." — [Chantel Tattoli, The Strategist, 18 May 2020]

"The good news is it's not impossible or even terribly hard to mix up some of your own hand sanitizer. Commercial variants are little more than a whole lot of ordinary alcohol and a generous dollop of some kind of emollient to keep the skin from drying out." — [Jeffrey Kluger, Time, 1 Apr. 2020]


❗️Did you know?

Emollient derives from the present participle of the Latin verb emollire, which, unsurprisingly, means "to soften or soothe." Emollire, in turn, derives ultimately from mollis, meaning "soft." Another descendant of mollis is mollify (essentially meaning "to make softer in temper or disposition"). A more distant relative is mild, which can be traced back to the same ancient source as mollis. The adjective emollient first appeared in print in English in the early 1600s; the noun arrived on the scene soon after.
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Cambridge Guys 26 Sep, 10:21
🎧Emollient

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Cambridge Guys 25 Sep, 19:13
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🗣Trevor Noah | The Power of Information

Trevor Noah is a South African comedian, writer, producer, political commentator, actor, and television host. He is the host of The Daily Show, an American satirical news program on Comedy Central. He shares his thoughts about the power of information for the millennial generation.

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Cambridge Guys 24 Sep, 10:51