The Voice of Russia radio station. Source: voiceofrussia.com Oct 17th Radio Russia UK Edition.
The Oxford dictionary is a really helpful tool. The book helps in many ways for which even more options being used to help support teaching humanities in the United Kingdom.
Phonetics is a great note for remembering things in the English language. It also helps navigate around secondary languages supported with a basic understanding of linguistics you are good to go.
A new survey carried out by a dating website company has revealed what it claims a list of the accents which are most attractive. And, perhaps surprisingly the results show that English ‘Receive
Linguistics is a broad subject so it is good to break the categories down if you really want to grasp a language and speak like the Romans do; for example RP short for Received Pronunciation gives you to accent and by examining Phonology you can target the areas of the throat and mouth to help you pronounce words correctly.
This will help you use right accents when reading the news.
Explore the largest community of artists, bands, podcasters and creators of music & audio BBC Radio 5 Live Alexander Nekrassov calls into show to talk about the most recent events in the Ukraine. See on soundcloud.com
Date Line chat show over on BBC about news on television in the United Kingdom.
Foreign correspondents based in London give an outsider’s view of events in the UK
Alexander Nekrassov and other Foreign correspondents currently posted to London look at events in the UK. Find out more about Hamas or Israel, Syria, Ukraine and other news in the UK this week.
See on www.bbc.co.uk
London Marathon starts early tomorrow get on your best sneakers. If you are going out to watch the races, leave some blurbs and let me know. Other news today is an interesting game of football with Wigan and Arsenal. That is on tea time today. Have a great day it should be nice.
Originally posted on Metro:
Fancy running the London marathon, but don’t really like the outdoors? Good news! You can now run the course on a treadmill instead.
With the race notoriously difficult to actually get into – almost two million people have been rejected since the first London marathon in 1981 – this ‘interactive 3D experience’ offers a chance for runners across the globe to enjoy the world-famous course.
Footage filmed at the beginning of last year’s marathon has been used to create a virtual race, complete with cheering spectators, barriers and aid stations.
Race director Hugh Brasher told Reuters: ‘It’s certainly the next-best thing to doing the race and turns what could be a dull treadmill run into a really exciting experience.’
A one mile ‘taster’…
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Adam Lovejoy reports from London in an article called members of the PC brigade fight it out.
The scoop today is about the BBC, Sir David Attenborough and Charles Darwin. You will have read in recent posts about the theory of natural selection. This article by Adam Lovejoy goes into the subject a little bit more.
As you may have noticed the PC lot have been talking about natural selection for years and broadcasting on television about the theories for quite a few years now. Phil Taylor has made a recent comment on the article this week. He spoke about a Switzerland Dignitas clinic suicide facility.
- Brigade warning on strike response (standard.co.uk)
- Tory councillor sparks anger by suggesting Sir David Attenborough take his own life (metro.co.uk)
- Michael Kelly: PC brigade need to lighten up (scotsman.com)
- Always A Delight To See Members Of The PC Brigade Fight It Out Between Themselves (stirringtroubleinternationally.com)
Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World on BBC.