News and questions

Compréhension et vocabulaire autour d'un article
Le principe de "News and Questions" est de répondre à des questions de vocabulaire ou de compréhension relatives à un article. Chaque semaine deux articles de niveaux de difficulté différents vous seront proposés. A vous de choisir l'article qui vous convient....dans sa version écrite ou audio.


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Can you get fit fast?
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Everyone wants quick results. But is high-intensity interval training (HIT) a fast way to get fit?
The training involves alternating high and low intensity efforts. You must do as much as you can, as fast as More...
Colouring books for adults
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Colouring books for adults are bestsellers on Amazon. There’s ‘Secret Garden’ by Scottish illustrator Johanna Basford, ‘Art Therapy Colouring Books’ by Richard Merritt and ‘Animal Kingdom’ by Millie Marotta.
So why are adults buying colouring books? More...
How much tea do the British drink?
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We all know the stereotype: the British like drinking tea! But how much tea do they actually drink?
Well, the average Briton drinks 876 cups of tea a year - that is enough to fill more More...

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The future of Irish
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The future of Irish
Irish speakers in Ireland are becoming fewer and fewer, but on the other side of the Atlantic, more and more Irish Americans are learning the language. They want to keep it alive. Some have never visited Ireland, but More...
Social workers and the media
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Ben Crang is a senior social worker. He works for Children’s and Young People’s Services in the UK. In an article, he wrote: “Anyone working in social work will recognise the gulf between what we actually do day in and day More...
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‘Mindfulness’ is the new buzz word – but what is it, exactly?
Mindfulness is a mental technique that goes back to 2500-year-old Buddhist practices.  It’s about focusing your attention in the present moment.
Mark Williams, professor of clinical psychology at the Oxford More...
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