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The 20th century saw the creation of world-famous luxury fashion houses. In this episode, we'll explore the stories of Chanel, Dior, Gucci and Versace, and look at how they changed what we wear. The first fashion designer: Charles Frederick Worth The concept of "off the peg" clothes Coco Chanel Chanel & The Duke of Westminster The founding of Gucci The role of sanctions on Italy The later life of the Gucci family Christian Dior - designing in post-war Paris "This is a new look" Gianni Versace Versace's approach to using celebrities "Quality is remembered long after the price is forgotten" - Aldo Gucci Full transcript, subtitles and key vocabulary available on the website: https://www.leonardoenglish.com/podcasts/rise-great-fashion-houses---You might like:📹 A look inside Leonardo English membership [VIDEO]🚀 Get all the bonus episodes & transcripts📧 Join the weekly newsletter⚡️  How To Use Podcasts Like A Boss To Learn English [GUIDE] ✍️ Free English Grammar Checker💸 Get $10 italki credit---Keywords: Learn English, idioms, aprende inglés, idiomas, aprender inglês, apprendre l'anglais, imparare l’inglese, ingilizce öğren,英語を習う, تعلم الإنجليزية
#272 | Apollo 13

#272 | Apollo 13

2022-06-1623:525

It was meant to be a simple space mission to the moon, but 56 hours into the flight tragedy struck.In this episode, we'll learn how three astronauts managed to use teamwork and quick thinking to escape death and return to Earth alive. Background to the Apollo programme The objective of the Apollo 13 mission The pilots of the Apollo 13 mission The three parts of the Apollo 13 spacecraft The importance of ground control at Houston The uneventful first 56 hours of the mission A piece of routine maintenance goes wrong "Houston, we've had a problem" What actually went wrong? Losing all power and being 330,000 km away from Earth How quick thinking turned this lunar mission into a rescue mission Figuring out the path back Conserving oxygen and water and going around the moon Fixing the spacecraft to avoid getting carbon dioxide poisoning Returning to Earth The legacy of Apollo 13 Full transcript, subtitles and key vocabulary available on the website: https://www.leonardoenglish.com/podcasts/apollo-13---You might like:📹 A look inside Leonardo English membership [VIDEO]🚀 Get all the bonus episodes & transcripts📧 Join the weekly newsletter⚡️  How To Use Podcasts Like A Boss To Learn English [GUIDE] ✍️ Free English Grammar Checker💸 Get $10 italki credit---Keywords: Learn English, idioms, aprende inglés, idiomas, aprender inglês, apprendre l'anglais, imparare l’inglese, ingilizce öğren,英語を習う, تعلم الإنجليزية
He was the Victorian era's most famous social writer, and his novels were loved by everyone from Queen Victoria to street children.In this episode we'll learn about Charles Dickens shone a light on the injustices of 19th century Britain and invented the modern idea of Christmas. Definition of "inimitable" The early life of Charles Dickens His early experience with grinding poverty Becoming a legal clerk and then reporting on parliamentary debates His talent for writing sketches His first book: The Pickwick Papers The serial publication style of Charles Dickens The private life of Charles Dickens His vast literary output The social activism of Charles Dickens Going on tour in his later years The fame of Charles Dickens His universal appeal Charles Dickens & the modern idea of Christmas The legacy of Charles Dickens Full transcript, subtitles and key vocabulary available on the website: https://www.leonardoenglish.com/podcasts/charles-dickens---You might like:📹 A look inside Leonardo English membership [VIDEO]🚀 Get all the bonus episodes & transcripts📧 Join the weekly newsletter⚡️  How To Use Podcasts Like A Boss To Learn English [GUIDE] ✍️ Free English Grammar Checker💸 Get $10 italki credit---Keywords: Learn English, idioms, aprende inglés, idiomas, aprender inglês, apprendre l'anglais, imparare l’inglese, ingilizce öğren,英語を習う, تعلم الإنجليزية
He was the peasant who went from a village in Siberia to the centre of the Russian imperial court, befriending the Tsar and Tsarina, and playing a role in the downfall of Russia’s longest-serving dynasty, The Romanovs. In this episode, we'll learn about the unlikely but fascinating life of Grigori Rasputin. Russia in 1900 Overview of the fall of the Romanov Dynasty The early life of ​​Grigory Yefimovich Novykh ("Rasputin") Discovering the "Khylsts" and “sinning to drive out sin” Earning the nickname of "The Mad Monk" Rasputin's personal hygiene (or lack of) Curing the Tsar's son, Alexei Securing a place within the imperial family Rasputin's relationship with the Tsarina, Alexandra An assassination attempt by a noseless peasant The plot to kill Rasputin The (very long) murder of Rasputin Russia after Rasputin's death The legacy (and importance) of Grigori Rasputin on Russian history Full transcript, subtitles and key vocabulary available on the website: https://www.leonardoenglish.com/podcasts/rasputin---You might like:📹 A look inside Leonardo English membership [VIDEO]🚀 Get all the bonus episodes & transcripts📧 Join the weekly newsletter⚡️  How To Use Podcasts Like A Boss To Learn English [GUIDE] ✍️ Free English Grammar Checker💸 Get $10 italki credit---Keywords: Learn English, idioms, aprende inglés, idiomas, aprender inglês, apprendre l'anglais, imparare l’inglese, ingilizce öğren,英語を習う, تعلم الإنجليزية
It is one of the most influential cities in the United States but has recently been accused of falling into disrepair, with rising homelessness and open drug dealing.In this episode, we'll look at what is happening in San Francisco, what has caused this, who and what is thought to be responisble, and what is being done to change it. The mothers' billboards: “Unfortunately, we’re just as famous for our dirt-cheap fentanyl” A brief history of San Francisco The tech boom contributes to an increase in house prices San Francisco's growing homeless population Drug use and petty crime The election of Chesa Boudin Chesa Boudin's personal experience with imprisonment Proposition 47: The Safe Neighborhoods and Schools Act Theories about the causes of San Francisco's decline The San Francisco budget: more per capita than any other US city The use of fentanyl in San Francisco The recall Chesa Boudin campaign Full transcript, subtitles and key vocabulary available on the website: https://www.leonardoenglish.com/podcasts/san-francisco---You might like:📹 A look inside Leonardo English membership [VIDEO]🚀 Get all the bonus episodes & transcripts📧 Join the weekly newsletter⚡️  How To Use Podcasts Like A Boss To Learn English [GUIDE] ✍️ Free English Grammar Checker💸 Get $10 italki credit---Keywords: Learn English, idioms, aprende inglés, idiomas, aprender inglês, apprendre l'anglais, imparare l’inglese, ingilizce öğren,英語を習う, تعلم الإنجليزية
An interview with Lindsay McMahon from All Ears English.We discuss why learners should focus on "connection, not perfection", why this can be difficult for people, and Lindsay gives three practical tips on what you can do about this. What is All Ears English? What does "Connection Not Perfection" mean? Where does the idea of Connection Not Perfection come from? What is the problem with perfectionism? How does this apply to language learners? 3 practical tips that learners can use to better "connect" with English Full transcript, subtitles and key vocabulary available on the website: https://www.leonardoenglish.com/podcasts/all-ears-english-interviewListen to the All Ears English podcast: https://podfollow.com/all-ears-english-podcast---You might like:📹 A look inside Leonardo English membership [VIDEO]🚀 Get all the bonus episodes & transcripts📧 Join the weekly newsletter⚡️  How To Use Podcasts Like A Boss To Learn English [GUIDE] ✍️ Free English Grammar Checker💸 Get $10 italki credit---Keywords: Learn English, idioms, aprende inglés, idiomas, aprender inglês, apprendre l'anglais, imparare l’inglese, ingilizce öğren,英語を習う, تعلم الإنجليزية
He was a famous organised criminal known for his superior mathematical skills.In this episode, we'll learn how Meyer Lansky took the American criminal underworld by storm, built an empire and managed to evade the authorities. The early life of Meyer Lansky Befriending Bugsy Siegel & Lucky Luciano The relationship between the Jewish & Italian mobs The mob & The Prohibition Era The Atlantic City Conference & the United Crime Syndicate The end of Prohibition & starting in the casino business Getting a reputation for "honesty" Moving to Florida and setting up casinos His relationship with Batista in Cuba Las Vegas & the Flamingo Hotel Returning to Cuba & The Havana Conference Fidel Castro takes power and Lansky loses everything His last years Where did all the money go? Full transcript, subtitles and key vocabulary available on the website: https://www.leonardoenglish.com/podcasts/meyer-lansky---You might like:📹 A look inside Leonardo English membership [VIDEO]🚀 Get all the bonus episodes & transcripts📧 Join the weekly newsletter⚡️  How To Use Podcasts Like A Boss To Learn English [GUIDE] ✍️ Free English Grammar Checker💸 Get $10 italki credit---Keywords: Learn English, idioms, aprende inglés, idiomas, aprender inglês, apprendre l'anglais, imparare l’inglese, ingilizce öğren,英語を習う, تعلم الإنجليزية
On 26 June 1997, an unknown author published a book called Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. Harry Potter would go on to become the best-selling series in literary history, selling over 500 million copies worldwide.The journey to get there, however, was far from simple. The early life of JK Rowling Her mother's illness Getting the idea for Harry Potter Losing her mother, moving to Porto and her unhappy first marriage Escaping to Edinburgh Writing Harry Potter in a cafe while her daughter slept Trying to find a publisher for Harry Potter Why Harry Potter was rejected by so many publishers The daughter of the boss of Bloomsbury Publishing reads one chapter Getting her first book deal The reception of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone Seeing JK Rowling's personal story in Harry Potter Taking the book to the USA Full transcript, subtitles and key vocabulary available on the website: https://www.leonardoenglish.com/podcasts/publishing-harry-potter---You might like:📹 A look inside Leonardo English membership [VIDEO]🚀 Get all the bonus episodes & transcripts📧 Join the weekly newsletter⚡️  How To Use Podcasts Like A Boss To Learn English [GUIDE] ✍️ Free English Grammar Checker💸 Get $10 italki credit---Keywords: Learn English, idioms, aprende inglés, idiomas, aprender inglês, apprendre l'anglais, imparare l’inglese, ingilizce öğren,英語を習う, تعلم الإنجليزية
In March of 2018, it was revealed that 50 million Facebook profiles had been "hacked" and used to target American voters. The story involved Donald Trump, a supposed Russian spy, a Cambridge researcher and a political consulting company.The only problem was, how much of it was actually true? The breaking of the story on March 18th 2018 A summary of the Cambridge Analytica report in The Guardian The academic: Aleksandr Kogan The role of Facebook in 2012 Quiz apps on Facebook (and their real purpose) The role of Cambridge Analytica (the company) Building "This Is Your Digital Life" How many people took the quiz? Was there really a "data breach"? What was Aleksandr Kogan's involvement in the story? The results come in: was the Facebook data effective at guessing someone's personality? Cambridge Analytica's message to its clients: "5,000 data points on over 220 million Americans" Working for Ted Cruz Working for the Donald Trump Campaign The news breaking in 2018 Was Cambridge Analytica involved in Brexit? Conclusion: Did Cambridge Analytica actually have any involvement in the US election? Full transcript, subtitles and key vocabulary available on the website: https://www.leonardoenglish.com/podcasts/cambridge-analytica---You might like:📹 A look inside Leonardo English membership [VIDEO]🚀 Get all the bonus episodes & transcripts📧 Join the weekly newsletter⚡️  How To Use Podcasts Like A Boss To Learn English [GUIDE] ✍️ Free English Grammar Checker💸 Get $10 italki credit---Keywords: Learn English, idioms, aprende inglés, idiomas, aprender inglês, apprendre l'anglais, imparare l’inglese, ingilizce öğren,英語を習う, تعلم الإنجليزية
In the late 19th century there was fierce competition to provide electricity to the rapidly industrialising USA. The winner would be rewarded with huge wealth and fame.But who would claim the prize, and how dirty would the fight get? Difference between AC & DC The Golden Age in America Early electrical inventions The race to invent indoor electric lighting Thomas Edison's incandescent electric light bulb Why Edison pushed for DC The problems with DC The opportunity for a monopoly Creating a challenge for Edison's employees Breaking with Tesla What was better: AC or DC? The arrival of George Westinghouse The battle gets dirty as Edison fears he is losing The creation of the first electric chair The execution of William Kemmler Westinghouse's AC system wins the contract for the 1893 World Fair The legacy of The War of Currents Full transcript, subtitles and key vocabulary available on the website: https://www.leonardoenglish.com/podcasts/war-of-the-currents---You might like:📹 A look inside Leonardo English membership [VIDEO]🚀 Get all the bonus episodes & transcripts📧 Join the weekly newsletter⚡️  How To Use Podcasts Like A Boss To Learn English [GUIDE] ✍️ Free English Grammar Checker💸 Get $10 italki credit---Keywords: Learn English, idioms, aprende inglés, idiomas, aprender inglês, apprendre l'anglais, imparare l’inglese, ingilizce öğren,英語を習う, تعلم الإنجليزية
Worldwide we produce over 2 billion tonnes of rubbish every year. In this episode, we explore the history of rubbish collection and look at what happens to our rubbish after the truck comes to take it away. How much rubbish does the average person throw away? Iceland vs. Lesotho How much is actually recycled A brief history of rubbish disposal Rubbish disposal in Ancient Greece Monte Testaccio & disposal of amphorae in Ancient Rome The four categories of rubbish disposal "Frank" & his rubbish disposal The incineration vs. landfill debate Recycling: how much actually ends up being recycled? Recycling throughout history Perverse incentives with recycling Developments in recycling Full transcript, subtitles and key vocabulary available on the website: https://www.leonardoenglish.com/podcasts/rubbish---You might like:📹 A look inside Leonardo English membership [VIDEO]🚀 Get all the bonus episodes & transcripts📧 Join the weekly newsletter⚡️  How To Use Podcasts Like A Boss To Learn English [GUIDE] ✍️ Free English Grammar Checker💸 Get $10 italki credit---Keywords: Learn English, idioms, aprende inglés, idiomas, aprender inglês, apprendre l'anglais, imparare l’inglese, ingilizce öğren,英語を習う, تعلم الإنجليزية
For much of human civilisation, people have fought each to the death as a way of resolving arguments.In this episode, we'll explore the curious and bloody history of one-on-one combat, from ancient Rome to 20th century France. The most recent "modern" duel (1967, France) The ancient concept of "champion warfare" Trial by combat: a legal way to resolve a dispute How trial by combat worked: a practical perspective Why trial by combat died out Trial by combat in Scandinavia: "Holmgang" Renaissance duelling for honour The role of the "second" The two French officers who duelled against each other 30 times in 19 years Duelling in the USA Duelling goes all the way to The White House: Andrew Jackson & Alexander Hamilton Why (and when) duelling stopped being popular The legacy of duelling in books, poetry and film Full transcript, subtitles and key vocabulary available on the website: https://www.leonardoenglish.com/podcasts/duelling---You might like:📹 A look inside Leonardo English membership [VIDEO]🚀 Get all the bonus episodes & transcripts📧 Join the weekly newsletter⚡️  How To Use Podcasts Like A Boss To Learn English [GUIDE] ✍️ Free English Grammar Checker💸 Get $10 italki credit---Keywords: Learn English, idioms, aprende inglés, idiomas, aprender inglês, apprendre l'anglais, imparare l’inglese, ingilizce öğren,英語を習う, تعلم الإنجليزية
In this episode, we'll explore the weird and fascinating origins of five foods that you know and (perhaps) love.From the sandwich to tomato ketchup, chicken tikka masala, fish & chips and even the teabag, discover the weird and wonderful stories behind these well-known dishes. Weird origin story #1: The Sandwich Weird origin story #2: Tomato ketchup Weird origin story #3: Fish & chips Weird origin story #4: Chicken tikka masala Weird origin story #5: The tea bag Full transcript, subtitles and key vocabulary available on the website: https://www.leonardoenglish.com/podcasts/unusual-food-origins---You might like:📹 A look inside Leonardo English membership [VIDEO]🚀 Get all the bonus episodes & transcripts📧 Join the weekly newsletter⚡️  How To Use Podcasts Like A Boss To Learn English [GUIDE] ✍️ Free English Grammar Checker💸 Get $10 italki credit---Keywords: Learn English, idioms, aprende inglés, idiomas, aprender inglês, apprendre l'anglais, imparare l’inglese, ingilizce öğren,英語を習う, تعلم الإنجليزية
There are over a billion smokers across the world, and over 7 trillion cigarettes are smoked every year.In this episode, we'll look at the history of smoking, from the "discovery" of tobacco by Christopher Columbus to how tobacco companies keep us smoking, even when we know the dangers to our health. Tobacco in indigenous societies in the Americas 1492 - the year Christopher Columbus discovers tobacco The etymology of "tobacco" Jean Nicot finds a tobacco plant in Lisbon Catherine de Médici tries "snuff" for the first time Smoking sweeps across Europe The invention of the cigarette The invention of the cigarette rolling machine Smoking during World War I & II The 1964 headline: "Cigarettes Peril Health, U.S. Report Concludes." Smoking & society Cigarette advertising Legal cases against Big Tobacco The future of smoking - can it really be "smoke-free"? Full transcript, subtitles and key vocabulary available on the website: https://www.leonardoenglish.com/podcasts/history-of-smoking---You might like:📹 A look inside Leonardo English membership [VIDEO]🚀 Get all the bonus episodes & transcripts📧 Join the weekly newsletter⚡️  How To Use Podcasts Like A Boss To Learn English [GUIDE] ✍️ Free English Grammar Checker💸 Get $10 italki credit---Keywords: Learn English, idioms, aprende inglés, idiomas, aprender inglês, apprendre l'anglais, imparare l’inglese, ingilizce öğren,英語を習う, تعلم الإنجليزية
It's an amazing piece of legislation that protects the Earth's most isolated continent.In this episode, we'll learn all about the history of Antarctica, which countries tried to claim it as their territory, and how the situation was resolved to benefit all humankind. Background to Antarctica The early history of Antarctic exploration Antarctica and whaling The rush to discover the magnetic South Pole The Sixth International Geographical Congress Land claims on Antarctica The Cold War & Antarctica The International Geophysical Year The signing of the Antarctic Treaty What the Antarctic Treaty actually does The future of the Antarctic Treaty Full transcript, subtitles and key vocabulary available on the website: https://www.leonardoenglish.com/podcasts/antarctic-treaty---You might like:📹 A look inside Leonardo English membership [VIDEO]🚀 Get all the bonus episodes & transcripts📧 Join the weekly newsletter⚡️  How To Use Podcasts Like A Boss To Learn English [GUIDE] ✍️ Free English Grammar Checker💸 Get $10 italki credit---Keywords: Learn English, idioms, aprende inglés, idiomas, aprender inglês, apprendre l'anglais, imparare l’inglese, ingilizce öğren,英語を習う, تعلم الإنجليزية
#246 | Cornish Smugglers

#246 | Cornish Smugglers

2022-03-1722:562

In the 18th century, a small region of southwest England was the national centre for the illegal importing of goods such as tea and rum.In this episode, we'll discover how smuggling really worked, who was involved, and why it was so successful for such a long period of time. Cornwall today Cornwall's relationship with London The Cornish identity Britain in the 18th century The reason that import taxes were so high Why Cornwall was such a centre for smuggling How smuggling worked in practical terms Why smuggling was so tolerated by the local population Honest vs. dishonest smugglers The strange English law about what you could do to goods found on a shipwreck John Carter: the "King of Prussia" How big a problem was smuggling in Britain? The end of smuggling in Britain The legacy of Cornish smugglers today Full transcript, subtitles and key vocabulary available on the website: https://www.leonardoenglish.com/podcasts/cornish-smugglers---You might like:📹 A look inside Leonardo English membership [VIDEO]🚀 Get all the bonus episodes & transcripts📧 Join the weekly newsletter⚡️  How To Use Podcasts Like A Boss To Learn English [GUIDE] ✍️ Free English Grammar Checker💸 Get $10 italki credit---Keywords: Learn English, idioms, aprende inglés, idiomas, aprender inglês, apprendre l'anglais, imparare l’inglese, ingilizce öğren,英語を習う, تعلم الإنجليزية
He was the Romantic poet famously described as "mad, bad, and dangerous to know".In this episode, we'll learn about his scandalous life, how he shocked the nation so badly he had to leave, and how England's first "rock star poet" became a national hero in Greece. The early life of Lord Byron His time at Harrow school Going to Cambridge University, sleeping around, and keeping a bear as a pet His first poetic scandal Embarking on The Grand Tour and discovering Europe's more relaxed attitude Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage and returning to England a hero Returning to England and becoming a hero overnight His affairs and sexual exploits in England His relationship with Augusta, his half-sister Getting married and being a father to Ada (Lovelace) Running away to Europe A dark, moody summer writing Gothic horror with Percy and Mary Shelley His exploits in Venice Finding some order to life with Countess Teresa Guiccioli Moving to Greece and becoming caught up with Greek independence His early death aged 36 The legacy of Lord Byron Full transcript, subtitles and key vocabulary available on the website: https://www.leonardoenglish.com/podcasts/byron---You might like:📹 A look inside Leonardo English membership [VIDEO]🚀 Get all the bonus episodes & transcripts📧 Join the weekly newsletter⚡️  How To Use Podcasts Like A Boss To Learn English [GUIDE] ✍️ Free English Grammar Checker💸 Get $10 italki credit---Keywords: Learn English, idioms, aprende inglés, idiomas, aprender inglês, apprendre l'anglais, imparare l’inglese, ingilizce öğren,英語を習う, تعلم الإنجليزية
In September 1939, the British government embarked on the biggest civilian operation in British history when it moved over a million children out of British cities to live with strangers in the countryside.In this episode, we'll learn about this amazing mission and the mark it left on the country. September 1st, 1939 - the start of Operation Pied Piper Why children were sent away before the first bomb had even fallen Which cities were affected by evacuation? Dividing the country into three separate zones for evacuation Why it was called Operation Pied Piper Who was actually evacuated? Sending gold to Canada and paintings to Wales How the children were chosen to stay with host families How urban children reacted to countryside life Why the children returned after a few months of "the phoney war" Government propaganda: "Don't Do It, Mother. Leave the Children Where They Are" The Blitz starts and the children return to the countryside The mixed reaction of the evacuated children Psychological effects on evacuated children The mark Operation Pied Piper left on the country Full transcript, subtitles and key vocabulary available on the website: https://www.leonardoenglish.com/podcasts/operation-pied-piper---You might like:📹 A look inside Leonardo English membership [VIDEO]🚀 Get all the bonus episodes & transcripts📧 Join the weekly newsletter⚡️  How To Use Podcasts Like A Boss To Learn English [GUIDE] ✍️ Free English Grammar Checker💸 Get $10 italki credit---Keywords: Learn English, idioms, aprende inglés, idiomas, aprender inglês, apprendre l'anglais, imparare l’inglese, ingilizce öğren,英語を習う, تعلم الإنجليزية
From a young age, he believed he was destined for greatness, and he became the UK's prime minister at the age of 55.Discover how Boris Johnson's rise to power was unusual and full of contradictions, and how his fall was entirely predictable. Similarities between Donald Trump & Boris Johnson The early life of Boris Johnson A clever-but-lazy student His early career as a journalist Getting sacked for inventing quotes Breaking into politics Making lots of money (but never enough) His romantic life (what we know of it) Presenting TV programmes and being in the public eye Becoming Mayor of London Boris Johnson's attention to detail The decision to support Brexit Finally becoming Prime Minister of the UK Why Boris Johnson was so popular Boris Johnson's government during COVID "Partygate" and the ongoing fall of Boris Johnson “Nothing matters very much and most things don’t matter at all”  The character of Boris Johnson Full transcript, subtitles and key vocabulary available on the website: https://www.leonardoenglish.com/podcasts/rise-and-fall-boris-johnson---You might like:📹 A look inside Leonardo English membership [VIDEO]🚀 Get all the bonus episodes & transcripts📧 Join the weekly newsletter⚡️  How To Use Podcasts Like A Boss To Learn English [GUIDE] ✍️ Free English Grammar Checker💸 Get $10 italki credit---Keywords: Learn English, idioms, aprende inglés, idiomas, aprender inglês, apprendre l'anglais, imparare l’inglese, ingilizce öğren,英語を習う, تعلم الإنجليزية
It's the second most popular drink in the world after water, with 3.7 billion cups drunk every single day.In this episode, we explore tea's fascinating history, how it changed global politics, caused countries to go to war with each other, and literally changed the world. How much tea do we really drink every year? Myths about the discovery of tea Early tea consumption in East Asia Tea first being brought to Northern Europe Catherine of Braganza: the woman who brought tea to Britain Tea and The East India Company The Brits adding sugar to tea Britain struggling to find a product to exchange with China for tea Flooding China with opium The Opium Wars Sending spies deep into China to discover how tea was made Tea cultivation in British colonies Curious tea fact #1: The three different word groups for "tea" (and what they tell us) Curious tea fact #2: The invention of the teabag  Curious tea fact #3: How to make the perfect cup of tea (advice from an expert) Full transcript, subtitles and key vocabulary available on the website: https://www.leonardoenglish.com/podcasts/history-of-tea---You might like:📹 A look inside Leonardo English membership [VIDEO]🚀 Get all the bonus episodes & transcripts📧 Join the weekly newsletter⚡️  How To Use Podcasts Like A Boss To Learn English [GUIDE] ✍️ Free English Grammar Checker💸 Get $10 italki credit---Keywords: Learn English, idioms, aprende inglés, idiomas, aprender inglês, apprendre l'anglais, imparare l’inglese, ingilizce öğren,英語を習う, تعلم الإنجليزية
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