Political vocabulary and expressions in English

Political vocabulary and expressions in English

33 thoughts on “Political vocabulary and expressions in English

  1. I just love your teaching becz
    I have been searching this type of lesson …..
    I used to get confuse while i listen to international political issue..
    My first language is Gurung language typically native of Nepal
    And english is my third language i came to know this after i cross through two native language😊

  2. How beautiful to talk with British accent , I really trying hard but I can't hhh just a little bit and some words , hope I can do this accent soon

  3. Thanks Ben this is exactly what I was looking for, it s great. the quiz is on https://www.engvid.com/political-vocabulary-expressions/#quiz

  4. Is "run for" a synonym for "stand for" ? Are they both popular when talking about someone who is going to take a position in government?

  5. I am a Taiwanese English teacher.

    The reason why my English is so good in comparsion with most of my fellow Taiwanese is that I have been constantly learning and practicing English.

    Hopefully the average Emglish ability level for Taiwanese can improve a lot in the very near future.

    I have finished watching this video completely.

    This video is awesome!!!!

    It is bloody useful!!

    Big thanks to the teacher and all the fellow students around the world.

  6. such a good thing I've noticed in your video! how you explain not just the whole phrase but also each word in it! I find it very helpful please stick to this way!

  7. Aside from standing for the presidency, one can also run for president…
    And you wouldn't launch a campaign asking people to vote for Boris Johnson because you're not an idiot? =)) that's hilarious.

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