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A podcast about life as a teenager in Sweden We will work with podcasts the last weeks. We are going to follow a Syrian family in this podcast. I will give you questions to discuss. You are also going to produce your own podcasts and reflect on your own lives in Sweden. The ability we are going to focus on is this: What to Do in New York - ESL Resources for Students & Teachers - Simple English News Listen here </p><div style="font-size:90%;position:absolute;"><a href=" York Kaplan Survey.mp3?structure=hyphenated&code=315929" data-wpel-link="external" target="_blank" rel="nofollow external noopener noreferrer">Click to listen</a></div><p> More than 350 English students, aged 18 to 59, from 39 countries were asked recently by Kaplan International Colleges about their favorite places in New York City. Times Square, located in the heart of the Big Apple, topped the list of tourist attractions, followed by Central Park, the Brooklyn Bridge, the Empire State Building and the Statue of Liberty.
I'll tell you a story - Audio Written by Anonymous "The Story of the Three Bears" (sometimes known as "The Three Bears", "Goldilocks and the Three Bears" or, simply, "Goldilocks") is a fairy talefirst recorded in narrative form by British author and poet Robert Southey, and first published anonymously in a volume of his writings in 1837. The same year, British writer George Nicol published a version in rhyme based upon Southey's prose tale, with Southey approving the attempt to bring the story more exposure. Both versions tell of three bears and an old woman who trespasses upon their property. "The Story of the Three Bears" was in circulation before the publication of Southey's 1837 version. In 1831, for example, Eleanor Mure fashioned a handmade booklet about the three bears for her nephew's birthday, and, in 1813, Southey was telling the story to friends.