Aww yeah, in today’s podcast Ethan and Andrea will be having a lot of fun describing British and American stereotypes. You will learn about these countries’ culture and traditions and will be able to discover which of these stereotypes are actually true!

Topics:

  • What Americans think of Brits.
  • What Brits think of Americans.

Words You’ll Learn:

  • Gal: girl.
  • Give someone a run for their money: provide someone or something with challenging competition.
  • Cook off: cook something at the same time with someone else.
  • Bake: cook something in the oven.
  • Stereotype: an oversimplified image or idea of a particular type of person or thing.
  • Take something with a pinch/grain of salt: be cautious about what someone is telling you because it might not be completely true.
  • Humorous: funny.
  • Exhaustive: when you’ve tried everything until there are no more options.
  • Tongue and cheek: a witty [ingenious] remark.
  • Elocuent: fluent or persuasive in speaking or writing.
  • Superbowl: annual championship game of the National Football League (NFL) of the US.
  • To be mad about something: to be crazy about that thing.
  • Accurate: exact.
  • Hooligan: a violent young troublemaker, typically one of a gang.
  • Quintisentially: representing the most perfect or typical example of a quality or class.
  • Keg: a small barrel.
  • To be a lightweight/ to be a cheap date: when someone can’t handle a lot of alcohol.
  • Vast: immense.
  • Baggy (clothes): clothes that are very loose.
  • Cargo pants: loosely cut pants originally designed for tough, outdoor activities.
  • Camo gear: equipment designed to avoid being seen, like the ones that soldiers wear.
  • Sweatpants:  soft comfortable trousers.
  • Hits the nail on the head: find exactly the right answer.
  • Become a hit: become very popular.
  • Tuxedo: a formal suit.
  • Posh: fancy, elegant.
  • Struggle with something: to deal with something that is difficult
  • Over the top (service): an excellent service.
  • Benchmark: a standard or point of reference against which things may be compared.
  • Spot on: completely accurate or accurately.
  • Wrap something up: to complete or finish something.
  • Staple (food): food that can be stored easily and eaten throughout the year. 
  • To get the same rag: to get the same criticism

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    • Justin says:

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    • Justin says:

      That’s so awesome Amrutha! Keep up the great work! And thanks for the nice support!

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    I was wondering if you provide the transcript of your newest podcasts to us, in that way we can repeat your talk and improve our fluency and pronunciation.
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    • Justin says:

      Aww yeah Nasser, that means so much. I’m so happy that you’re enjoying our little world beyond borders! Thanks for commenting and supporting us!

      • Liya says:

        I also was wondering if you provide the transcript of your newest podcasts to us? Or how can we get them?

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