April Fools' Day - The very bad Yorkshire joke

The very bad Yorkshire joke

This story is set in Yorkshire – a large county (region) in the north-east of England. People from Yorkshire are famous in the popular imagination for many things – they speak their mind, they are cunning and clever, they are careful with money, they eat lots. They also make good beer. The “typical” Yorkshireman wears a flat cap, has a whippet (a small, thin, fast dog) and loves nothing better than a pint of good Yorkshire ale with his whippet at his feet.

Aim of the activity

• To develop listening and reading practice in a light-hearted way.

• To help develop students’ skills with textual cohesion and coherence.


PROCRASTINATE /prəʊˈkræstɪˌneɪt/

(usually intr) to put off or defer (an action) until a later time; delay

I'll be there for you - FRIENDS

Do you remember the T.V. series "FRIENDS"? 

Have you ever wondered what the lyrics said? 

Here's the start of the song: 

"I'll be there for you" The Rembrandts

So no one told you life was gonna be this way *clap*clap*clap*clap*
Your job's a joke, you're broke, your love life's DOA

It's like you're always stuck in second gear
When it hasn't been your day, your week, your month, or even your year


I'll be there for you
When the rain starts to pour
I'll be there for you
Like I've been there before
I'll be there for you
'Cuz you're there for me too...

Here's a YouTube clip with the rest of the lyrics. Enjoy! 

PET WORDS (Coletillas en inglés)

Las 15 mejores coletillas en inglés para salir airoso de una conversación

Desde las más sencillas como ‘of course’ hasta otras expresiones para indicar que se entiende una explicación o que se está de acuerdo. Las hay para diferentes situaciones, incluso, para los casos en los que te encuentres a un turista al que no entiendes.


New word for you today: LIBROCUBICULARIST

Do you like reading? Are you a librocubicularist? 

Phrasal verbs - LOOK

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