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Do you enjoy a glass of wine, gin or having a beer with friends? Would you be able to give it up for a whole month? Thats what Dry January is all about - a traditional campaign to encourage people to resist the temptation of having booze and enjoy some health benefits from it. Sam and Rob discuss the challenge of having no alcohol at all and teach you related English vocabulary.
This weeks question
According to historians, which people were thought to be the first group to make New Years resolutions? Was it the…
b) Native Americans
Listen to the programme to find out the answer.
a promise to yourself to stop or start doing something
influence a group of similar people have on you to behave like them
an attitude or idea thats been done in a certain way for a long time and is difficult to change
goods we buy and sell
sick, tired and sometimes anxious feeling you get after drinking too much alcohol
spreading through something and influencing every part of it
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