Fellas, do you like to read the news? We can get many information from the news. The sources we can read the news from vary. We can read the news on the newspaper, magazine, or online news portals. Reading the news in English can also improve our vocabulary.
On today’s session, we will start with this paragraph:
It’s the temple that brought Londonderry together. On Saturday they burnt it down.
Catholics and Protestants have a long history of conflict in this Northern Irish city.
But volunteers from both communities came together to build the structure. Thousands left personal messages of peace inside.
Organisers say the fire symbolises letting go of the past.
From the paragraph, we can find some vocabularies like:
- Temple = a building used to pray
- To burn something down = to destroy it with fire
- Conflict = a serious disagreement or argument between two people or more
- Volunteers = people who offer to work without being paid
- Symbolise = to represent an idea
Fellas, let’s start the quiz! Fill in the blank with vocabularies that we found from the news that I shared previously. Use hashtag #EngQuiz to share your answer.
1. Since the last train left in 1998, the once regal station has come to (…..) Detroit.
2. Whatever the issue was, the (….) between Rachel and Soga remained.
3. The camp ground was manned on a (….) basis.
4. She was worried that the house might (….) while they were away.
5. This year, the date on which Gandhi was murdered was marked by attempts by right-wing Hindus to build a (….) to honour the Gods.
The answer are:
- Burn down
Thats all for today fellas, see you tomorrow!!