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In this episode, Finn and Alice look at a very important part of word building - suffixes.

Do you like fashion? Is being fashionable important to you - or do you hate dressing fashionably? Join Finn and Alice as they discuss adjectives and adverbs. Learn some fashion-related vocabulary and see if you can get top marks in our quiz.

Here is this weeks 6 Minute Vocabulary, all about prefixes. We can put prefixes at the beginning of some words to change their meaning. They are usually only a few letters long like these

In this session, youve seen folding bike and Oyster card \- we can think of these as chunks of language because their exact meaning depends on all their words.

Sick and tired is a phrase which means annoyed and bored. Phrases like this with two nouns joined by and are very common - and useful - in English. Theyre called binomials. You can see more examples of binomials in the Session Vocabulary box on the right.

Theyre easy to confuse - so when should we use them? Finn and Catherine explain in this weeks 6 Minute Vocabulary.

Finn and Catherine give you some tips which can help you to remember new words. In 6 Minute Vocabulary, youll hear about a useful way of grouping words and learn a fun game to help you remember them.

What vocabulary helps you describe a car journey that took nine hours - or an airline that offers cheap tickets? The answer is compound adjectives and Finn and Catherine are here to tell you more in this weeks 6 Minute Vocabulary.

Weddings are special days, to be remembered for many years. To take the perfect pictures, most people book a professional wedding photographer .

Whats the connection between a teacher , a driver or, like Neil and Sophie, a presenter ? Well, these words all end in the letters - er . This is a common job suffix, but its not the only one. In the programme youll learn others like - ist , -ian and - or .

When youre talking about your life experiences, are you going to pronounce every single word in a sentence like I have run a marathon ? Well, if you want to sound fluent and natural when you speak, youre more likely to say Ive run a marathon . I and have change to the shorter form Ive \- this is an example of a contraction .

So in this session weve heard all about Bush House, where the BBC World Service broadcast until 2012. They talked about working at Bush House and what they liked and didnt like about it. Yuri Goligorsky, who has worked for the Russian Service, talked about the carpets. He said they were worn out and undignified. This means theyre probably old as well.

Its time for 6 Minute Vocabulary with Rob and Sophie. Today were talking about similar words, like big and large, and explore the similarities and differences in these words.

Do you like ice cream ? Have you ever had problems with your computer keyboard ? Words like ice cream and keyboard are compound nouns . These are nouns that are made up of... well, listen to this weeks 6 Minute Vocabulary to find out. Finn and Alice are here to give you a helping hand!

What is the connection between a world-famous classical composer - and the thing you use to open a door?

Windy, snowy, wet, hot - how do you describe the weather? The British love to talk about it so theres no surprise there are many words you can use. Rob and Catherine are here to help you in this weeks 6 Minute Vocabulary.

In this unit so far weve already heard the words selfie, photobomb and trolling . What do these new words mean and how are they made? This 6 Minute Vocabulary is all about new words.

They might do the same job but many jobs have different titles depending on whether a man or a woman is doing it - such as policeman and policewoman or actor and actress . In 6 Minute Vocabulary Rob and Catherine talk about some other examples as well as titles that can be same for both men and women.

Weve already heard how Goldilocks was terrified by the three bears. It was a fantastic story, wasnt it? And maybe you have stories that are just as amazing in your countries! These are strong adjectives and they might be difficult to learn. But they can make your English more interesting when youre speaking and writing. Listen to 6 Minute Vocabulary - Rob and Catherine will tell you all about them.

Some adjectives can end in either - ic or - ical, depending on their meaning. Rob and Catherine explain more about them and chat about hobbies and interests in 6 Minute Vocabulary.

Do you ever meet up with your friends at the shopping centre? In English meet up with is an example of a multi-word verb . They often have a similar meaning to other verbs that come from Latin or that we have borrowed from other languages. For example, meet up with is sometimes expressed with the French word rendezvous .

Poor Oliver hates the city. There are too many cars zooming around and honking their horns, music blaring in shops, machines buzzing and bleeping … even at night.

What is the opposite of day? And what is the name of the chess piece in this picture?

Do you recycle your rubbish? Do you buy prepacked food? How proactive are you in protecting the environment? Listen to Neil and Catherine talk about words with the prefixes re , pre and pro in 6 Minute Vocabulary.

When were talking about moving in , moving out and moving on , what do we mean? And what about getting on with a friend or getting on with your work?

Seven sisters cycled through the city centre wearing smart suits and soft socks. Do you know why some of those words begin with the letter s and some with c? Listen to Neil and Catherine find out the secret in 6 Minute Vocabulary.

Are you able to think out of the box or take the helicopter view at work? How good are you at blue-sky thinking ? What do these expressions mean? Find out all about business jargon in this 6 Minute Vocabulary.

Whats the difference between a mobile phone and a cellphone ? Not much, except the first term is used by speakers of British English, and the second term is used by speakers of American English. What other differences are there? Listen to 6 Minute Vocabulary.

So you want a salary increase? Who doesnt? But do you pronounce increase with the stress on the first syllable in , or the second syllable crease ? The answer depends on whether youre using increase as a noun or a verb... And thats the subject that Neil and Catherine are talking about in this 6 Minute Vocabulary programme.

Spelling in English can be hard, and one of the trickiest areas is double letters. Is the place where you stay acommodation, accomodation or accommodation ? Thats what were looking at in this programme, and we have good news - there are some special techniques to help you remember how to spell all those difficult words!

My sixty-year-old mother-in-law did a ten-foot dive into the swimming pool and was greatly admired. Why do we write some of those phrases with hyphens but not others? Its all to do with using numbers, adverbs and where these phrases appear in the sentence. Listen to 6 Minute Vocabulary with hard-working presenters Neil and Catherine to find out more. Then have a go at our practice activities.

Neil is going to a wedding on Saturday , but Catherine likes to relax at the weekend . And whats Mike doing in the afternoon ?

What is more important in life knowledge , money or happiness ? And what do those three words have in common? Neil and Catherine take a look at uncountable nouns in 6 Minute Vocabulary.

Gonna, wanna, dunno, whatcha ... are these really English words? Who uses them and why? Finn and Catherine give you an introduction to short spoken forms in 6 Minute Vocabulary.

Whats the date today? And do you know how to say it? Find out about ordinal numbers and have a go at the quiz in 6 Minute Vocabulary.

Do you suffer from dyspepsia ? Could a detox diet help? Do you always listen to your doctor or do you sometimes disagree ? Neil and Finn talk about prefixes in this episode of 6 Minute Vocabulary.

Are e-cigarettes harmless or do you think all public places should be smoke-free ? Catherine and Neil listen to a politician and talk about the suffixes - free and -less in this episode of 6 Minute Vocabulary.

Sensible and sensitive are two words that look and sound similar but have very different meanings. They are often confused in English. Find out more about words that are easily confused in this 6 minute Vocabulary.

Enough , cough , thought , although \- these four words have similar spellings but very different pronunciation. Find out more about pronouncing words with ough in 6 Minute Vocabulary.

A Spanish woman was on a train in Australia. She said "Can I sit down please? Im embarrassed ." What did she mean - and why did no-one give her a seat? Catherine and Finn talk about false friends in 6 Minute Vocabulary.

We use the verbs say , tell and ask to report what people say. But what other verbs can we use? Find out how to use reporting verbs to add meaning and interest to your English in 6 Minute Vocabulary.

In this programme we look at the difficult subject of irregular verbs verbs that dont behave normally. Unfortunately, not all verbs take -ed in the past and perfect tenses. For example, look at what happens to the verb choose in the past simple and present perfect

Tracey thinks theres someone else in her boyfriend s life. Find out why she thinks that and learn about words like someone, nothing and anywhere in 6 Minute Vocabulary.

Words like excitement , performance and difference have suffixes that turn verbs and adjectives into nouns. Listen to Finn and Catherine talk about the suffixes -ment , -ence and -ance in this 6 Minute Vocabulary.

Fortunately, obviously, seriously, ideally . These words do a very useful job. How do we use them - and other phrases - to express our attitudes and ideas? Find out in 6 Minute Vocabulary.

Is responsibility the key to happiness at work - or can it lead to illness ? Listen to Neil and Catherine talk about words with the suffixes -ness and -ity in this 6 Minute Vocabulary programme. Listen to more examples and have a go at our quiz!

Are your clothes a bit old-fashioned or are they really trendy ? Are you a decisive or indecisive person?

Are you interested in football? Do you know what FIFA is and why it s called that? Or are you more interested in space and NASA ? Listen to Peter and Catherine talking about acronyms like these in 6 Minute Vocabulary.

Do you get confused about which of two possible spellings to use? Are you unsure whether its dis c or dis k , sympathi s e or sympathi z e, learn t or learn ed ? Then join Finn and Catherine in 6 Minute Vocabulary for some useful tips!

Catherine and Rob explore the topic of linking words and hear the story of Angela and her rescue, just when they thought it was safe to go back in the water...

Finn and Catherine talk through some of the complexities of English spelling with some helpful hints and practical examples.

Do you know your ouch! from your ugh! ? How about yippee! and hooray! ? These words are called interjections and to find out more listen to Callum and Catherine in this episode of 6 Minute vocabulary.

Have you done anything weird or odd lately? Do you know any other words that mean unusual or strange ? Finn and Catherine discuss these synonyms and more in this episode of 6 Minute Vocabulary - and find out how a cat got mistaken for a hat!

What is your secret ambition? Do you have a confession to make? Have you ever met a Martian? Listen to Finn and Catherine talk about words with the suffixes -ion, -sion and -tian in this episode of 6 Minute Vocabulary. Youll hear about a theft from a museum and lots of examples of words with these suffixes.

Is the population where you live in the hundreds, the thousands, the tens of thousands or the millions? Callum and Finn explain how to say large numbers in 6 Minute Vocabulary

Join Callum and Finn as they discuss a group of adjectives that are made from the names of famous people.

There are a number of verbs and nouns that have come into the English language not just through history and tradition. Successful products and popular software have led to an expansion of English vocabulary - as well as providing us with useful tools! Callum and Finn discuss this topic in this edition of 6 Minute Vocabulary.

Sing, sang, sung… begin, began, begun! Learn irregular verbs with us.

Learning English doesnt take forever and a day! These phrases from William Shakespeares plays are still in use today. Find out more with Finn and Neil...

Are you studying at a British university? Do you understand the lectures and the texts you read? Do you have to write essays or give presentations in English? Finn and Neil talk about academic English and give you some tips in this 6 Minute Vocabulary

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