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World Water Day

"Shared Waters, Shared Opportunities" is the theme for this year’s World Water Day. Yes I know, most of you must be thinking, "World Water Day...what the heck is that?? Well if you can’t guess by its name or its theme...and no, it’s not about a water theme park, then check out this lesson so that Ashley and Josh may enlighten you about this very important commemoration.

At the end of this lesson you'll be able to:

  • Understand the use of the present perfect with "since"
  • Understand different uses of the word "fresh"

World Health Day

According to the World Health Organization, nearly 2 billion people have been exposed to the tuberculosis pathogen. It's a disease that primarily effects populations in developing countries. In today's lesson commemorating World Health Day, you'll learn about the role Brazil has played in helping to combat this infectious disease.

At the end of this lesson you'll be able to:

  • Understand the difference between if and whether
  • Properly use phrasal verbs with the word "step"

The "Write" to Scribble

There are certain anachronisms leftover from the dictatorship in Brazil, a time which most Brazilians wish to forget. In today's podcast Ashley and Josh discuss the validity of a law that was passed in 1967 which the Supreme Court is considering eliminating...that is, if the journalists of this country don't raise a riot! Listen to this text taken from The Economist magazine and find out what this law is all about.

At the end of this lesson you'll be able to:

  • Understand words related to journalism
  • Understand the difference between "if" and "whether"

Brazil’s Supreme Federal Tribunal 2

In part two of our three part series on Brazil’s Supreme Federal Tribunal you get to find out one of the improvements Mr. Mendes has made to the judicial system. And no, we’re not talking about repainting the court room here, but real reforms that are helping to trim the fat off the justices’ workload.

At the end of this lesson you'll be able to:

  • Understand words related to the judicial system
  • Understand the difference between the present perfect and past simple
  • Understand different uses of the word "measure"