Arsenio’s ESL Podcast | Season 5 Episode 85 | Vocabulary for Reading | Getting Meaning Across

Welcome back to another episode before reading. In this one, we’re going to talk about some very interesting vocabulary, and of course, my wonderful stories behind them.

  1. If you don’t approve the way one of your friends behaves, you need to drop a very subtle hint.
  2. It’s advisable to give a vague answer when asked your opinion by an examiner in an English test.
  3. If your friend asks for advice on a relationship, it’s better to say too lite than to be too blunt.
  4. Comments made on social media tend to be a lot more ambiguous than those made face to face.
  5. Fans of my local football team tend to be quite vocal when they disagree with the referee.
  6. It’s awful when actors in films mumble and you can’t understand what they’re saying.
  7. It’s wrong for advertisements to imply that some toys are designed for girls and some just for boys.
  8. Music conveys human emotion better than any other art form.


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