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Sunny California

There are 50 states in the United States, but few have as much mythology attached to them as California. California is one of the largest states in the nation, and it was the site of the Gold Rush and other scenes from the wild west. It’s also the home of Hollywood and celebrity culture. Plus it’s also where Disneyland is located!

California has cities, deserts, mountains, ocean, and more. Is it as great as it’s cracked up to be
, or is it just as good or bad as any other place in the world? Find out what Greta and Lily think in this geography English lesson.

Coffee or Tea?

Except for water, tea is consumed more than any other beverage in the world. People have been drinking tea for thousands of years as part of social rituals and for its medicinal effects. Tea is a drink with a long, rich tradition.

Not much has changed in today’s world. When hosting guests, we offer them coffee or tea. Friends meet for tea to study and catch up. Teas are used to treat anything from stomach pain to insomnia to even cancer. Tea is definitely here to stay.

Read on to learn what tea means to Greta and Lily in this English lesson about an internationally beloved
beverage.

Working Out

Do you like running? How about going for long walks? Or maybe you are more into lifting weights. No matter what you do, working out is an important part of staying healthy.

There are many different ways to work out. Some people want to get really big muscles, so they go to the gym and pump iron. Other people are more casual and just want to get a little definition. These people usually just want to get fit, so they do things like go for a hike
. It’s always good to get up and move instead of just sit and watch TV.

Jessica asks Romeo for some advice about working out. Find out what he says in today’s English lesson about being active.


Outer Space

The number of stars and planets feels infinite, which makes our universe seem like an unfathomable place. But that hasn’t stopped people from dreaming about exploring the night sky. From the beginning of time, we have wanted to learn about and understand outer space.

Studying and traveling into space is both difficult and expensive, however. Even though different countries work toward this goal, such as with NASA in the US, it is a project that will never end. It is probably not possible for us to discover and one day visit most of outer space. What we call the final frontier is simply too big!

Gary and Brian saw new photos of Pluto, and they’re excited to talk about space. Find out what happens in today’s English lesson.


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