Chatterbox #54 – TV

Do you ever watch English TV shows to improve your listening comprehension? Television can be a great learning tool, or if you’re not in the mood for thinking, it can also be a great way to relax and veg out! In this Chatterbox episode, we’re chatting about TV. You’ll learn about some basic vocabulary words related to watching TV, some recent trends in the types of shows North Americans watch and where they watch them, and even Harp and Maura’s favourite TV shows of all time! So turn off the television for a few minutes and tune in to Culips instead. Pass me the remote!

Expressions included in the Study Guide

  • The flicker/the clicker
  • To channel surf
  • To veg out
  • To strike your fancy
  • Rabbit ears
  • Sitcoms
  • Talk shows
  • Reruns
  • Primetime
  • Reality shows/reality TV
  • ER To go on and on
  • Speaking of…
  • To hold up

Copyright: Audio/Study Guide: Culips

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