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Bread is a staple around the world. Every culture has its own version or style, from India’s naan to Brazil’s pão de queijo. In today’s episode, Andrew and Anna chat about bread and what makes it so delicious (and popular).
The Chatterbox series is designed for intermediate and advanced English learners. Each episode features natural, unedited conversations between native speakers, so you can build your English vocabulary while learning about interesting topics, like bread.
Bread was once used as an eraser. Prior to the 1770s—and the creation of today’s modern erasers—people would use de-crusted, moistened, balled-up bread to erase unwanted pencil marks.
Expressions included in the study guide
- Happy to report
- On the [adjective] end/side
- Bad press
- Nerve racking
- Across the pond
The post Chatterbox #290 – Is bread the world’s favourite food? first appeared on Culips English Podcast.
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Music Credit: Something Elated by Broke For Free, Step On by Jahzzar
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