Chatterbox #303 – Could you live in a micro apartment?
Have you ever considered living in a micro apartment or tiny home? In this episode, Andrew and Anna...
Pubs are very common in the United Kingdom and Canada. However, there are differences between the two countries and their respective cultures. In this Chatterbox episode, Andrew and Anna discuss how important pubs are in their cultures and compare their traditions and customs.
Chatterbox is a series where native English speakers have a natural conversation on an interesting topic. In this episode, our hosts talk about pub culture in the UK and Canada. Be sure to check our website, Culips.com, to discover the hundreds of other interesting conversations Culips hosts have had.
A pub is a place meant to be welcoming to the public. However, sometimes the place is just too small to accommodate a large crowd. Take The Nutshell, for instance. It holds the record for being the smallest pub in the UK. At 4.57 metres by 2.13 metres, they can only serve about 10 to 15 customers at a time!
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Music Credit: Something Elated by Broke For Free, Step On by Jahzzar
Photo Credit: Victor Clime (Unsplash.com)
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