May 102015
 

Breaking News: The British Prime Minister David Cameron has called a general election. Has called is an example of present perfect. You’ll see and hear it a lot in breaking news.

 

 

Job interviews: Job interviews can be one of the most stressful things in life. There are many different ways to prepare to make sure you’ve done everything to sell yourself and prove you’re the one for the job.
But there are some things that you should definitely not do – like lie!

 

 

The future of travel?: How bad is the traffic where you live? Well, if you’re fed up with sitting in cars, buses or trains with thousands of other people, perhaps taking to the sky is the answer!
A company in New Zealand is building a one-person pack that will let you fly to school, college or work. It will be on sale from 2016.

 

 

Health stories: Do carrots help you see in the dark? Can vitamins cure a cold? And does too much sugar make children go crazy?
These are just some of the ideas about health that are believed by large numbers of people. But are they true?

 

 

Surviving the tsunami: Over 230,000 people lost their lives in the Asian tsunami of 2004. But there were also stories of incredible survival. In this News Report we hear about a woman called Kay Howells who was on holiday in Thailand when the disaster struck.

 

 

BBC News Report Apr 2015 Transcript Video

 

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