When you first apply to join the forum, you will have to wait a while to be approved. Just be patient.
Once you are a member, don't forget to check the calendar(s) for session times. Sessions are held on different platforms, so be sure to find out where the session will take place:-
LEN English sessions:-
Listening Practice 24/7
English radio playlists on Discord.
AM/PM Session - 25 July 2017 - What not to do in an emergency
We read the first half of an article about the common mistakes people make in emergency situations:
We will read the second half of the article next week (1/8), starting from 3. Tunnel Vision.
Vocabulary Top 10:
fuselage - the main part of an airplane : the part of an airplane that holds the crew, passengers, and cargo
wreckage - the broken parts of a vehicle, building, etc., that has been badly damaged or destroyed
debris - the pieces that are left after something has been destroyed; things (such as broken pieces and old objects) that are lying where they fell or that have been left somewhere because they are not wanted
ill-advised - not wise or sensible
grit - mental toughness and courage
unbuckle - to open the buckle of (something, such as a belt)
even-handed - not favoring one side or group over another; fair
rooted to the spot - unable to move because you are very frightened or shocked
last ditch attempt - made as a final effort to keep something bad from happening
disconcertingly - in a way that makes someone upset or embarrassed
What do you think you would do if you were in an emergency situation?