Saturday Skypecast #6: September 23, 2006, at 8 pm GMT

In the next Skypecast we will have with the topic "Traveling". Everyone interested in improving their English with other learners are warmly welcome. Let's learn together and have fun with it too!

If you want, you can download the presentation that we'll use in this Skypecast (MS Powerpoint format), so as to be prepared for the Skypecast.

Don't forget to go to this page when the skypecast starts, in order to see the slides.

In this Skypecast we learned words and expressions like: a national park, abide by a law, the set of rules, don't be a littering bug, a peninsula, gulf, bay, creek, port, harbour, marina, the cradle of mankind, from the cradle (to the grave), the cradle of, a fossil, to play a vital role, to date back to, a riverbed, a flock, a pride of lions, a troop of gorillas.

Unfortunately we had not time for these: to be littered with, a litter of pups, a litter bin (trash can), to be up the creek, a paddling pool, to paddle in the shallows, a bevy of larks/girls, a hive of bees, a shool of dolphins, a shoal of fish, a skein of birds, a swarm of bees/insects, a flight of swans, birds of a feather flock together.

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