Apr 242015
 

Research shows that it actually influences us more than we realise – whether we’re at the movies, the supermarket, or down the pub.

 

 

Vocabulary and definitions

earworm – a song or tune you repeatedly hear in your head
musical anhedonia – a condition where someone can’t hear music
likelihood – the chance that something might happen
classy – stylish and sophisticated
manipulate – control, often unfairly
tempo – speed at which a piece of music is played
atmosphere – mood or feeling in a place
lyrical – expressing emotions in a beautiful way
blubbing – crying in a loud way
sucker for something – unable to resist something
crucial – extremely important
tension – (here) nervous feeling
suspense – excited or nervous feeling when waiting for something to happen

6 Minute English – How does music make you feel? Transcript Video

 

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  One Response to “6 Minute English – How does music make you feel?”

  1. Hello , Great topic , Well music makes me Feel Good , I always listen to music even at work , I use it a lot for my emotions and cheer up myself.

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