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ENGLISH ADDICT Lesson 10 – LIVE Chat – TELEVISION WORDS – Wed 27th November 2019

ENGLISH ADDICT Lesson 10 – LIVE Chat – TELEVISION WORDS – Wed 27th November 2019

They say that anyone can do this
guess what anyone is doing it hello everybody and welcome to another English
addict live on the Internet hmm oh that is a delicious cup of coffee
I will say many things about myself sometimes I will be critical sometimes I
will boast about my abilities but can I just say I make the most amazing cup of
coffee if you ever get a chance to come to my house sit down with me and I will
make you the most delicious cup of coffee you have ever had in your life
let me tell you now here we go then hi everybody this is mr. Duncan in England
how are you today are you okay I hope so are you happy
I hope so here we are then welcome to another live stream from England many
people ask mr. Duncan where do you broadcast from I broadcast from a little
country called England you may have heard of it a few years ago we used to
be a big thing but now not so big so hello everyone guess what we are halfway
through the week it isn’t the weekend unfortunately but we are halfway there
yes it’s Wednesday we have lots of things to do today
lots of stuff so many things to talk about today we are talking about one of
my favorite subjects besides English of course because I am an English addict
also today we are talking about television words and phrases connected
to this subject television I suppose these days we are kind of used to it we
just sit down in front of the television we never really think very much about it
or how it works or how amazing this technology actually is so today we are
looking at words and phrases to do with television also we’ll be having a little
historical look at television how it all began why we have television how it
works and sometimes how it doesn’t work and I suppose also we could talk about
what many describe as the golden years of television so some people believe
that there was a period of time in the past when television was at its best
I’ll give you a clue it isn’t nowadays it isn’t now so you can’t describe now
as the golden age of television maybe the twilight years but I don’t
think it is the golden years when we say golden years we mean the best period of
time when something was at its best so that’s what we mean when we say golden
years hello to the live chat oh yes hello to Vitesse nice to see you here
today Vitesse guess what a big hello to Lithuania and also congratulations to
you because you are first on today’s live chat
I have a haircut this morning I cut my hair this morning Steve was complaining
he said Duncan your hair is so long it looks white and I said that’s a bit
cruel I can’t help it I can’t help being older so I have decided to cut my hair
today you will notice it’s lovely and short now shall I give you a twirl okay
then so there you can see I’ve cut my hair and now it’s nice and short again I
look like a billiard ball the top of my head does anyway so yes we are doing a
live English stream english addict for all those people out there who can’t get
enough of this lovely language and you can catch me live on Sunday Wednesday
Friday 2:00 p.m. UK time so that is when I am on the Internet I hope you can hear
me today because some of my equipment is missing mr. Steve has taken my lovely
big mixer to be tested today I won’t say why but it is part of another project
that I’m working on with Steve no more news about that when it arrives also a
few people have asked mr. Duncan we are wondering what is happening to your
website are you still building your new website the answer to that question is
yes I am it’s coming along slowly but there will be a website some big changes
happening concerning my video lessons and the way you see them whoa are you
intrigued I hope so we have the mystery idiom coming up
today as well plus I suppose we can take a look
at one of my English lessons because we are talking about one particular subject
today television do you watch much television do you
watch much television these days maybe over the years you have watched less and
less apparently you might find this hard to
believe but apparently fewer people are watching television especially live
television so quite often people will go to a streaming service to watch their
favorite TV shows that have already been on or maybe something they missed that
was on last week and they watch it again because they missed it the first time
around so apparently a lot of people are not watching television these days and I
suppose there are many reasons why especially and this is something you
might not believe apparently young people don’t really watch TV anymore
the BBC here in the UK have for many years tried to keep younger viewers
entertained but apparently they are failing miserably so fewer and fewer
younger people are watching television however there is a growing age range
can you guess who is watching television more and more I’ll give you a clue maybe
in 10 years time it will be me watching television all the time so the growing
age group is actually the elderly so more and more people over 50 or 60 or
even in their late 70s are now watching more and more television I suppose it’s
the reverse of what used to happen years ago because I remember when I was a
child almost I almost remember being a child I
used to sit and watch television all the time my mother would put me down on the
carpet in front of the TV and I would stare at the television for hours and
hours in fact we used to call it the babysitter so TV used to be used as a
way of looking after the child so maybe if your mother was busy doing some
housework she would put you in front of the television and leave you there and
that’s what my mum used to do to me so I used to watch a lot of television when I
was young when I was a child and I can still remember all of my favorite TV
shows that I used to watch years and years ago hello – Tanya
hello – Tanya Martha sweetness Mitra is here on the live chat nice to see you
today by the way a few people have asked about my new icon have you seen the new
thumbnail the new icon that is advertising my channel a lot of people
have said Mr Duncan that doesn’t look like you it looks too young now can I
just say that the icon the little icon that is on my youtube channel it isn’t
supposed to be a real painting or photograph of me it’s actually an emoji
have you heard of that an emoji emoji is a cartoon character or a caricature of a
person or something that shows an emotion so that’s the reason why I’ve
done it so it’s not supposed to be a rape Rembrandt portrait it isn’t it is
just something that is there to amuse you so no my my little emoji icon is
just something that is there to amuse you I don’t know what’s happened to my
throat today I’m having difficulty speaking today which is not very good
when you think about it mmm hmm maybe this cup of coffee will put
the fire out let’s see hmm so hello to everyone today
hello also to Zeinab flower Espoir hello to you as well also to say Saima and
also Marella Luis Mendez hello to you as well nice to see you here today on
Wednesday we are halfway through the week
hello hamp Hampton Rey who I don’t think I’ve ever seen your name on the live
chat before good morning to those who are watching in the south of America and
also the USA I suppose and also those watching in Asia shall I say good
evening your good night to you if you are just about to go to bed hello also
to Joelle Chou Louise who is watching in London hello to you I’m watching in
London hello to London what’s the weather like there today because the
weather here isn’t that great to be honest it looks very murky very misty
very damp very autumnal yes autumn is still here and they’re looking
into the distance that is the view right now out of the window so you can see
things are looking a little bit murky someone asked the other day mr. Duncan
can you tell me what murky means the word murky describes something that is
not clear so something that is misty something that can’t be seen clearly can
be described as murky so the weather survey is a little murky it means
something is not clear it can’t be seen clearly hence the word murky
talking of talking of autumn yes of course autumn madness on Sunday someone
asked mr. Duncan has Steve been suffering from autumn madness well he
hasn’t this year however last year if you remember mr. Steve was suffering
from a severe case of autumn madness so there he was last year mr. Steeves
suffering from a severe case of autumn madness it is English addict for a
Wednesday I hope you are having a good day to day are you I hope so
hello – ROH sir hello also – Eman hello also – Ramzan or also Helena Helena has
made our first comment about television no I don’t watch television very often
it comes with too much rubbish I think you might be right
so I think one of the main criticisms of television these days is that most of
the output most of what comes out of the TV is not good quality let’s just say
okay it’s a load of rubbish so Thank You Helena who does not watch much
television although I am very pleased to see that you like watching me hello
Irene hello also Ana hello carne kilo nice to see you here as
well hello – Christina in Italy the weather is still bad yes we are going to
have quite a lot of rain over the next couple of days here in the UK
it’s really strange one of the really weird things about the weather at the
moment here in the UK is that over the past few days it’s been very warm so
yesterday it was 15 degrees outside can you believe it so it was 15 degrees
almost as warm as late spring so very strange weather we’re having although it
was a good opportunity for me yesterday to go up on the side of the house to put
up some more of my Christmas decorations on the house so I’ve almost finished
that even though the rain keeps falling so
yesterday I had a lucky break in the weather very lucky
talking of lucky did you see the news story about the British couple who won
the lottery yes another big sum of money has been won on
the lottery a hundred and five million pounds wow that is a lot of money
imagine that and apparently he that the couple are now richer than many pop
stars actors and also football stars so they’re more they’re more rich than
those that’s incredible so to go from a small amount of money to a hundred and
five million pounds imagine that and that all happened overnight when one
person chose the right numbers on the lottery can you believe it I don’t think
I will ever win the lottery well in fact I know I will never win the lottery
because I don’t play it so that’s the reason why hello to Guadalupe hello also
– Irene nice to see you here I only watched the news on television because
there is homework from my English class but I don’t enjoy watching it so
television is something that used to be very popular in its heyday oh I like
that heyday so when we talk about the heyday
of something we talk about when something was at its most popular or
something that was followed by many many people so the heyday of something is
when it was at its best or its most popular so a lot of people say that
television was at its best during the 1950’s so a lot of people see
American television especially so a lot of people do believe that the 1950s and
maybe early 1960s was the best period for television however here in the UK a
lot of people believe that the 1970s and also the 1980s were the best periods of
time for television so the heyday of British television I
suppose you could say the 1970s and 1980s which is when I grew up and I must
admit I do I do remember a lot of TV shows that I watched 30 40 years ago
however many TV shows that I’ve watched recently I can’t remember it all they
have left no memory whatsoever nothing whatsoever
hello also to Pedro here in Brazil there is one particular channel that decides
to make people brainwashed they want to brainwash the citizens they support many
bad things and they have been destroying the familiar values I see well this is
something that I mentioned last week when I was talking about news but
television is very similar so in many countries the television stations are
actually owned by the government so if you are broadcasting TV and quite often
on the TV there will be news so many of these things are often controlled by the
state or by the government here in the UK we have fairly free television so you
can express many views if you don’t like the government you can go on television
and say that you don’t like the government and no one will come round
and arrest you or take you away so I suppose here we have a lot of freedom
on television in the UK however there are still rules and regulations that
have to be followed but fortunately there isn’t a lot of censorship on
television in this country I’m not saying that it doesn’t happen because it
does there is censorship but not that often
fortunately hello Christina I can’t wait to see your Christmas decorations I love
the Christmas spirit I always get excited at this time of year when I put
the Christmas lights on the front of the house and to be honest with you III know
that I’m going to sound like a hypocrite but I don’t really follow any religion
I’m not a religious person so some people might find it odd that I get very
excited at Christmas although I do love the festivities of well most religious
festivities I actually enjoy getting involved with I remember many years ago
I got involved with some of the celebrations during the Islamic New Year
when I was in Malaysia so it was great fun lots of food lots of color lots of
music it was great and I suppose Christmas gives me the same feeling as
well I love the color I love the fact that everyone is nice to each other even
though it’s only for a short time although the spirit of it is quite nice
so yes I suppose I’m a little bit like a child when it comes to Christmas I do
get very excited by Christmas time I am so happy this morning because my
daughter has passed her last exam at University well done Anna and a big
congratulations to your daughter as well I suppose we can give you a round of
applause would you like a round of applause for your daughter congratulations to Hanna and also your
daughter as well for passing her last exam at University Theo is here watching
television in many ways is a waste of time
there is violence and also catastrophic news and trash well we were we are going
to look at some words to do with television very shortly but I also
thought it would be interesting to have a look at some information about
television however first of all I’m going to reveal today’s mystery idiom
here it is for those who are waiting patiently here is today’s mystery idiom
i doo doo doo doo doo just say what you see so there it is
today’s mystery idiom if you think you know the answer if you think you know
what it is just write it down on the live chat television is a very
interesting subject now I like to look at the background or behind the scenes
of how television programs are made I’ve always been slightly fascinated by that
to be honest however the history of television can you believe it the
history of television goes on in fact it’s still continuing now television has
always been changing as you can see the shape and size of the television has
changed quite a lot over the years from the 1930s you can see right up to the
2000s so televisions used to be very bulky very large even though the screen
itself was quite small so you can see there there have been many changes that
have taken place with televisions not just for size but also the fact that
originally you could only watch television in black-and-white and then
later in the late 1960s we had color television suddenly arrived now
originally and this is something interesting this is one of the first
ever attempts at creating a television picture and this particular type of
television production is actually mechanical and there were two types of
television production there was mechanical and also electronic so the
first mechanical television the first successful transmission of mechanical
television was carried out by John Logie Baird a Scottish inventor you’ve
probably heard of this man I would imagine you have John Logie Baird a
Scottish inventor first his first transmission of simple face shapes in
1924 using mechanical television March the 25th 1925 Baird demonstrated
television at the London department store Selfridges so you can see that TV
has been around even if in the early days television was rather crude so
there it is John Logie Baird sitting in front of the first televised or and
that’s what they called the television so the first mechanical television and
that’s the way the picture was actually produced John Logie Baird with his
televised or in 1925 however later a new form of technology came along and this
is the form of technology that we use well we have you
used virtually up to this present date electronic scanning which was created by
Philo Farnsworth so the first scanning television was
first successfully demonstrated in San Francisco in 1927 by Philo Farnsworth a
21 year old inventor using Allen Dumont’s cathode ray tube so the cathode
ray tube was a very clever invention and because of that we were able to transmit
pictures electronically so instead of producing the picture mechanically we
could actually do it electronically the first ever television station was
Jenkins W 3xk which started in 1928 so there it is the first ever TV station
was set up in the United States a long time ago
many people over history have been involved the key figures and also events
which led to the television that we all know and love nowadays so for example we
have Paul Nipkow who was a German and in 1884 he actually presented a patent
for the very early formation of mechanical television transmission
however he never actually built the thing that he invented he never actually
built it later charles Jenkins came along and he produced well as we just
saw he created the first ever television station in 1928 he was also an innovator
of cinema as well so he helped to invent and create the modern form of cinema
also we have the first TV station which was
produced first of all in 1928 it started broadcasting in 1928 we have John Logie
Baird also responsible for the mechanical scanning so that was the very
early form of television and then later as I mentioned we have the electronic
scanning and that is the TV that we all know and love right now so you can see
over the years televisions have changed quite a lot in fact ever such a lot so
who would have thought that so many people would have been involved in the
creation of the early television sets in fact people were experimenting with
television in the early 1800s although they never produced it nothing ever came
of it so it wasn’t until the early 1900s that people started to get interested in
creating a form of visual transmission very interesting talking of television
we’re now going to take a look at one of my youtube lessons would you like to
have a look at an excerpt from one of my full English lessons where I talk all
about television and then after that we’re going to have a look at some words
and phrases connected to the same subject can you see what I’m doing here I’m
trying to find something to watch on television sometimes it is hard to find
something good to watch I often spend many hours trying to find a decent show
to watch I often flick through the channels in
the desperate attempt to find something that catches my eye you flick through
the channels you flip through the channels you scan up and down the
channels many years ago we used to have to get up and go over to the TV to
change the channel these days we can use the remote control this item can cause a
lot of annoyance and frustration as it often gets mislaid has anyone seen the
TV remote it was here on the sofa earlier but now it’s gone the TV remote
is used to control all the functions of the television set including the sound
level and picture controls the sound level is called the volume you can turn
up the volume to increase the sound level and turn down the volume if the
sound level is too high or too loud in this case the word volume simply means
amount or quantity the level is the volume which controls the amount of
sound coming from the TV a person who likes flicking through the TV channels
can be described as a channel hopper if a person watches TV all the time that we
might describe them as a telly addict telly is another word for a television
set a television can also be called the goggle-box the word goggle refers to a
person’s eyes staring at the flickering picture and box refers to the shape of
the TV although these days many TV sets are actually flat and take up very
little space television sets come in many different screen sizes from just a
few inches to fit on a small desk right up to the ones that resemble
something you might find in a cinema that was quick I thought that went on
longer than that but it didn’t oh hello there hi everybody welcome to English
addict on a Wednesday and it’s mr. Duncan that’s me by the way for those
who are wondering who is that strange man on my screen at the moment well it’s
me I’m sorry about that here we go then a
lot of people on the live chat today oh hello hello – carne kilo hello to you
hello also – van Lew Guadalupe is here also we have Christina the first means
of communication was the electric telegraph Morse in 1837 yes before
television came along before radio came along the only way of actually
communicating was with Morse code so the telegraph was the earliest form of
communication electronically there were many other ways you could shout out of
your window if you wanted to let your neighbor know that you were coming round
in half an hour I suppose I suppose that was the early form of email you just
used to shout hello – Prady also hello – LAN view hello to you lots of people at
the moment are watching in I think in Vietnam thank you very much for joining
me Irene says mr. Duncan you are my best TV
thank you very much now this is something that we might talk about now
because television has become less popular over the years for many reasons
one main reason of course is the change in
technology so you might say that nowadays because we can go on the
internet because we can stream things we can look at something at a different
time including this live stream I mean this live stream can be watched again
later on so a lot of people don’t watch this live
they actually wait until later and then watch it again so we might say that one
thing has superseded or it will supersede another so this is a very
interesting word so when we say superseded we mean take over from so one
thing takes over from another so in the past a lot of people would use their
televisions to watch whatever was on and here in the UK I remember growing up we
only had three channels not a hundred not 200 just three so when I was growing
up we only had a choice of three channels and most of those channels
weren’t even on during the day so some of them would come on later in the day
so in the morning quite often there would be nothing on at least one channel
there would be nothing on so to take over from is to supersede so you might
say that the internet and our mobile phones they have superseded television
they have taken over from TV and I think that’s one of the main reasons why there
are fewer people watching television anymore by the way this word this is a
very controversial word for those who love English because a lot of people
spell this word using the letter C right here so a lot of people spell this word
with a C here however that spelling is incorrect
you must always spell soup seed like this even though some
dictionaries nowadays also show the incorrect spelling without mentioning it
so if something becomes the preferred thing to become the preferred thing the
thing that you would rather do or rather have something that takes over from
another thing we can say superseded superseded hello to as worthy I am so
glad to see you today me too I’m glad to see you because without you I don’t know
what I would do to be honest hello mr. Duncan how can I get a British
accent well there isn’t a magic spell there isn’t a potion that you can take
to make you sound British so you can mimic you can copy you can practice to
speak clearly so it is something that you have to learn over time so what you
have to do is find something you like listening to and then use that as a
reference so reference is the thing that you look at and you take things from so
maybe you want to use me as your English reference hi Lee Kwang says my favorite
channel is Star movie and also the Cartoon Network I used to watch the
Cartoon Network many years ago there was a very funny cartoon called Ren and
Stimpy who remembers Ren and Stimpy I used to love Ren and Stimpy he was
brilliant Saima says hello from Turkey hello to
Turkey by the way I have been to your country twice
hello also 2pr Chaudhary I am watching you from India nice to see you here as
well we are talking about television today television how much
television do you watch do you watch a lot of television we briefly spoke about
how television became the thing it is now however there are many words that
can be connected to television for example here in the UK we often say
telly when we mean television so telly is a short form of television and it is
quite often used in British English so you might say I have just brought a new
telly I bought it from the local shop in the sale I bought a telly in the Black
Friday sales telly so it is an abbreviation of the word television we
might ask someone to put the telly on can you put the telly on so if we ask
someone to put the telly on we are asking them to turn the television on
they want to see what is on the telly so can you please put the telly on I’m
going to put the telly on so we normally use this in British English the word
telly I like it I like it a lot Luis Mendez says in the 1970s Portuguese
people were crazy about television Brazilians tell a Novalis that has
changed the language in Portugal on holiday sometimes I had to ask the
meaning of some expressions I suppose you have touched on something very
interesting there you have because television is often credited for
changing the way we behave so I suppose over the years television
has been accused of being a good influence and also a bad influence so
yes I can understand what you mean there Louis because I think that television
over the years has influenced many parts of society not only the way we speak but
also the way we behave in fact you might say that a lot of people over the years
have been addicted to television you might describe them as a telly addict so
if a person is a telly addict it means they love watching television
they can’t stop so a person who is a telly addict so again I mentioned this a
few days ago the word addict can be used in many ways so you can have English
addict you can have a telly addict a person who loves television so much they
can’t stop watching it Rakesh is here oh hello mr. Duncan nice to see you after a
long time maybe after four days but why your live streams are not every day I
want to see you every day thank you Rakesh well there is a reason
why I’m not doing my live streams every day it’s because I have other things
that I have to do so my life is very busy with all sorts of things so not
just doing this but also I have other things that I have to do unfortunately
so that’s the reason why although it would be lovely it would be ever so nice
if I could be here every day but sadly I can’t for various reasons gogglebox
oh so we can call the television the goggle box
if you watch the TV you are watching the goggle box so this is a great word
goggle so when we say goggle it means look or watch we are using our eyes so
watch the box goggle box so this is a slang term for the television you might
sit in front of the goggle box all night doing nothing goggle box like this there
is a TV show in the UK called goggle box and you might not believe this but this
TV show involves people sitting watching television so we are watching our
television and on the television there are people watching television that’s where we are now in 2019 we now
have TV shows that are just basically people sitting watching television so we
sit and watch them watch television goggle box incredible hello Irene hello
– sweetness goggle box I love that word you can also describe the television as
the box that’s pretty simple even though nowadays televisions are not
really box shaped are they they’re not really shaped like a box so nowadays
they are quite flat so many years ago TVs used to be shaped like a box so we
used to say the box is there anything good to watch on the Box tonight I’m
going to stay in tonight and watch the box watch television
another word we can use to describe television is the tube now televisions
have changed a lot over the years and for many years a television had a very
important part called a cathode ray tube so the tube is basically the thing that
you watched it was like a giant bulb and what the bulb would do it would scan
across the screen many many times a second and that’s how the TV picture was
produced so we used to call it the tube which relates to the cathode ray tube or
a lot of people describe it as a CRT a cathode ray tube and that is how the
picture used to appear on your television by using one of those so many
people used to describe the television as the tube is there anything on the
tube tonight and that’s the reason why we also have
YouTube so YouTube is a reference to the old word for television tube the tube and in American English a lot of people
used to describe the TV as the boob tube I don’t know why maybe it was the shape
because some TVs the screen was was not flat so maybe that’s the reason why the
boob tube is what Americans used to describe as their television of course
not everyone likes TV there are some people who don’t like television there
are some people who don’t like watching TV there are some people who think that
television is bad and they describe it as the idiot box so
this is not what I think so this is not my opinion so please don’t write to me
and complain however some people do describe the television as the idiot box
because they think that the people who watch television are not very clever
also maybe you could describe the people who appear on television as being idiots
so over the years people have described television in many ways some of them
positive and some of them negative so the idiot box
and that’s used by people who don’t like television someone very famously
referred to television as chewing gum for the eyes so when you have nothing to
do maybe you have a spare moment maybe you are looking for something to do to
entertain yourself or to press the time away maybe you will watch the television
even if you are not really interested in what is happening on the screen chewing
gum for the eyes so you are watching television you are doing something but
really you are doing nothing we describe it as chewing gum for the eyes an idle
activity someone once described television as the sewer in your living
room because of all the rubbish that came out of it the sewer in your living
room I always remember my English teacher at school telling me this and I
always thought it was brilliant I thought it was one of the funniest
things I’ve ever heard the sewer in your living room
another negative way of describing the television I like that one
so you’ve come home from work you’ve sat down and you’re trying to think of what
to do I think I might have a night in front of the telly to spend a night in
front of the telly it means that you are sitting down and you are watching
television you are having a night in front of the telly it means you’re
sitting down to watch the television and the word telly is often used in British
English so I hope that has been helpful what about you do you watch much
television now I don’t watch as much TV as I used to I used to watch a lot of
television when I was a child but not so much anymore to be honest hello – Kevin
Cheung hello Kevin Cheung watching in China hello to you Christina
also Guadalupe thank you very much for joining me today I will be going soon
but before I go I will give you the answer to today’s mystery idiom so I’m
here for another three minutes if you want to say hello please say hello if
you don’t want to say hello don’t worry you don’t have to the mystery idiom what
is it now normally when I have my mystery idioms you can just say what you
see so all you have to do is say what you see on the screen so this particular
mystery idiom is and here it comes now the answer oh the answer is you haven’t
got a leg to stand on and this is an expression that is used
quite often the meaning to have no options or choices of how to react to a
fight back against someone or something if your options are zero we can say that
you haven’t got a leg to stand on you have no argument you have no one to help
you you cannot be saved there is nothing you can do to change the situation you
haven’t got a leg to stand on and there it was today’s mystery idiom I hope you
enjoyed that you can watch all of this again later on for those who want to get
in touch some people say mr. Duncan can we follow
you on the Internet and my answer to that is yes so now you know that is the address
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much for your company today thank you to ro sir Thank You Pat you thank you very
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just mention Belarusian who picked up a lovely award last week and can I say
thank you Belarusian for your lovely message and also the photograph of your
award 25 years since Belarusian graduated from dentist University so
congratulations to you as well what a lovely way to end the show Thank
You Carl thank you once again to sweetness thank
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thank you Saima Thank You pal Mira thank you also to Pedro thank you very much
for your company today I am going I hope you’ve enjoyed this as we pass three
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8 comments on “ENGLISH ADDICT Lesson 10 – LIVE Chat – TELEVISION WORDS – Wed 27th November 2019

  1. TIME CODES – click on the blue time codes to skip forward to…
    HI EVERYBODY – 2:37 TODAY'S TOPIC – 4:59 MY NEW ICON – 12:20 MURKY MEANING – 14:51

  2. Hello mr duncan,I don't often watch tv but my mother is a news addict.In fact your live stream has superseded everything I used to take interest.lots of respect from karachi, Pakistan

  3. Hello Misterduncan
    I agree with you, television in Thailand is not different from yours. They broadcast full of rubbish, too much commercial contents. By the way, I do love watching your video. I am grateful to you. Thank you very much.

  4. Instead of watching the telly, I do prefer to watch your very useful lessons. Time shouldn't be wasted. Thank you, teacher!

  5. Hello Mr .Duncan I finished watching this lesson now.It is a great honour for me to have a great teacher of your calibre.I'm improving my English by leaps and bounds.

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