129 : Topical English | “Eating Habits” Part 1

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This episode includes tons of new English vocabulary words and expressions. These words and expressions are used by native English speakers in natural English conversations. If you want to speak English more fluently and sound like a native English speaker, click the links below and start learning now.

  1. Be vocal about something
  2. 3 meals a day”ish”
  3. Carnivore
  4. PETA
  5. Side effects
  6. A “set breakfast”
  7. Eat out
  8. Stomach is growling
  9. Sleep on a full stomach
  10. Cut sweets out of my diet
  11. Greasy things
  12. Restrict myself
  13. Give leeway
  14. Be health conscious
  15. Mouths to feed
  16. Processed meat/cheese
  17. Dietary restrictions
  18. Intolerance
  19. Gluten-free
  20. Lactose-free
  21. GMO
  22. It’s “in your face”
  23. Fasting
  24. Not my cup of tea
  25. “Hop on to” the trend

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Armz Gambia ????????
Armz Gambia ????????
3 years ago

Hello teach Tiff how are you ? I’m Armz all the way from Gambia west Africa the smiling coast of Africa. I thank you so much for teaching me good English

Maxwell Oweki Obalimu
Maxwell Oweki Obalimu
3 years ago

Hello Teacher Tiffany

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Sochimapaulemon
3 years ago

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Anderson
Anderson
3 years ago

I’m from Brazil and I’d like also to do a conversation, if you’re interested, send me a message. I’m Anderson.

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Abeer
3 years ago

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singirankabo Ladislas
3 years ago

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