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Verbling "Bans" concerning the people's interests should be considered carefully Before the leader makes a decision, he should consider it carefully, has he fully heard the opinions of the masses or has he fully considered the interests of the masses? Beijing's Subway has always been the object of envy by citizens from other cities: multi-line, low fare ... but recently, due to a "ban", the Beijing subway has become the focus of public opinion. This "ban" is a "letter on the views of freely distributing the Beijing Daily Messenger but stopping sales of other newspapers and periodicals at all the rail transit stations" issued by the Public Transport team of Beijing Municipal Public Security Bureau to the Beijing subway Corps. According to this "ban", Beijing subway stations will no longer be allowed to sell newspapers except the "Beijing Daily Messenger" that can still be distributed free of charge. The "Ban" meet with much criticism after it came out. Someone pointed out that the reason of "security considerations" is not tenable. By People's Daily Online

LibriVox Apprenez les langues en ligne | LingQ Rhinospike Series 02 Episode 07 | Listen & Watch | Learn Section 2 is based on someone talking about something that they’re interested in – it could be anything – a hobby, a person, a place, a thing – something that they know a bit about and would like to share. It helps you to practise speaking for a little bit longer – for example, when you're explaining something, or telling people something about yourself. Suggestion: The best way to practise is with a friend who speaks English or is also learning English. However, if you can't find someone, you can send us a paragraph in English. You listened to Rita talking about the historical city of Bath, and here is some more information about Bath. What’s your home town like? Now put your notes together to write a paragraph about your home town and add it as a comment at the bottom of this page.

Listen to English and learn English with podcasts in English ►Go to travelogues Follow the pie team on their travels and learn English along the way ►Go to pie plus Our monthly magazine with news, videos, information worksheets and our monthly competition. ►Go to extras Extra worksheet activities to support the podcasts Podcasts in English are not just listening activities for efl and esl students to improve their conversation. From Our Partner Sites: Many thanks to partnersinrhyme for the jingle on our podcasts. 9 English Word Pairs that Confuse Absolutely Everyone We all know English is a crazy language. Lots of different words share the same spellings and pronunciations. Some of these words are confusing even for native speakers, especially in writing. For example, when do we use “affect” and when do we use “effect”? Or what about the verbs “to bear” and “to bare”? For learners of English, these similar words can be incredibly confusing. You don’t want to stop your English conversations to wonder (think about) which word is correct. To help you out, we’ve created this list. 1. We spell them differently and we pronounce them differently, but English speakers still use these words incorrectly. Lose – pronounced with a “z” sound – is a verb meaning to not have something anymore, to be unable to find something or to not win. I don’t want my football team to lose the game.She will lose her money if she gambles with it. Loose – with an “s” sound – on the other hand, is an adjective that means free, unattached or not tight. 2. This one is a little tougher.

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