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The Voice

Do you like to sing? Many people like to sing in the shower or car, or even around the house. But are you brave enough to audition for a singing competition? It takes the right kind of personality and musical talent to win a show like “The Voice.”

If you’re a fan of “American Idol,” you have an idea of how these shows work. But “The Voice” is different in one particular way. The judges can’t see the people who are singing for them, so they can’t make their choices based on what the singer looks like. This is an important difference because it gives everyone the same chance to win. Read on in today’s English lesson about pop music.



Giving Advice

Have you ever had a friend ask for advice? What did you tell them? How did you handle the situation? It can be very difficult to know the right thing to say, but it’s also flattering that a friend would value your opinion.

When giving advice, it’s important to remember to be impartial and objective. Sometimes, depending on the situation, it can be a struggle to tell your friend the truth. But if you are truly a worthy
friend, you must be honest with your advice. 

Find out more in today’s lesson about helping friends.



Zip-lining

Are you a thrill seeker? You don’t have to jump from an airplane to get a rush of endorphins. Zip-lining is a popular activity around the world. Unless you are afraid of heights, you will probably find it an exhilarating experience.

It might look crazy, but zip-lining is very safe. In fact, people have used zip-lines for hundreds of years. In some places they were used to get across rivers, or to send supplies to a place that was far away. Today they are used mostly for fun, especially by tourists. If you travel somewhere new, a zip-line ride will be something you’ll never forget!

Jessica and Lily have very different opinions about zip-lining. Who do you agree with? Learn more in today’s English lesson about adventure.



Survivor

TV shows come and go. It’s often difficult to know what will be a success, and what will not. When “Survivor” was first on television in 2000, nobody knew if the show about regular people living without food, water, and a place to sleep, would become popular. But after 31 seasons, “Survivor” is still watched and loved by people around the world.

The people playing “Survivor” are put on two tribes. They must make alliances with each other, use strategy to win immunity, and try not to be exiled. The players who are exiled become the game’s jury, and the jury decides who wins. The winning player gets $1,000,000! Jessica wants Gary to watch “Survivor.” Why does she like it so much? Read on in today’s English lesson about reality TV.



[ Lesson List ]
The Voice
Giving Advice
Zip-lining
Survivor
Living in A Small World
Movie review - Inside Out
At One's Wit's End
Solo Travel
Celebrity Gossip
Are You A Foodie?
Moving Day
Shark Tank
Do you like sleeping in?
Anticipation
Gourmet Food
Get Your Ducks in a Row
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