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NEWS
Welcome to Go English number 102!
4-5 In the News B2 C1
I am writing from my home in Lyon, confned as are the rest C15 Press Clippings
of the French and the world population. We are working very
6-7 The News in Depth B2 C1
hard to deliver your magazine, and whatever happens, you will The Jeffrey Epstein case
be able to get your favourite magazine online. This issue will
take you to two amazing islands, Jersey and Guernsey; you will LANGUAGE
meet Dr Vandana Shiva, an environmental activist from India;
8-10 Words & Culture C1 C2 learn about the history of the English language; and read
The history of the English languagean interview with Hillary Rodham Clinton. You will also fnd
11 What to Say B1 another episode of our detective series Lawless, the drawings
How to express certainty and uncertaintyof Keith Haring and a couple of boys who strike every Friday
12-13 Tips & Techniques B1 B2for the climate. I hope it will take your mind off the virus
Bettingand the whole crisis around it. Take care of yourself and
14-15 The Grammar Point B1 to C2 your loved ones.
The past continuous Valérie Hyenveux, editor in chief
C116-17 Did You Know?
Expressions with the word ‘boat’ or ‘ship’
B2 C118 1 0 Words
Words related to taxes22
trAvEL AND CULtUrE
Dr Vandana Shiva,
B2 C120-21 Life as Art environmental activist Keith Haring drawings
B2 C122-23 Profle Tr AvEL TImE Dr Vandana Shiva, environmental activist
C124-27 Travel Time
The Channel Islands – Jersey and Guernsey
C1 C229-31 Talking to 24 Hillary Rodham Clinton and Nanette Burstein
about the documentary H i l l a r y
BUSINESS
C132-33 On the Job
Ulrike Till, Director of AI policy for the World The Channel Islands –
Intellectual Property Organization
Jersey and Guernsey 34-36 Indus try Focus C1 C2
Oxfam, the power of people against poverty
36 Numbers Talking B1 B2
B2 C137 Business News 29
LIFEStYLE
Talk In G To 38 Trendy Places B1
The joys of JerseyHillary Clinton
40-41 Insights B2 C1 a n d n anette Burstein
Skolstrejk för Klimatet – School strike for climate
42-43 What’s Up? B2 C1
44-46 Short Story C1 C2 40 ‘Lawless and the Campaign Train’
School Strike
for Climate FUN AND GAMES
B2 C147 Quiz
About ‘Lawless and the Campaign Train’SYmBOLS: Article in American English
48 Just Kidding! B2 C1
Article read and recorded on audio fles B2 C148 Tongue Twisters The audio fles also have pronunciation and intonation
49 Next Issue & AnswersDigital Audio exercises based on articles from the magazine.
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B2 Upper Intermediate C2 Profciency
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Article by r uth Adam
A farm that looks like a forest?
r ajendra Bhat was an engineer before the idea of farming interested him. He began
by reading books, and from what he learned, he chose an agricultural method
known as multi-cropping. The family who sold him some land made it clear that
it was infertile, but he knew he could change that and now he has a farm that
looks like a forest. He had learned that in a forest food grows in three dimensions,
both vertically and horizontally… so he frst planted coconut trees, then areca nut
and black pepper trees below them, then spices in the space between the trees,
and below the ground, turmeric and yam. The crops
are harvested in rote fashion, and he saves almost 90%
of water because the water required for a single crop
is suffcient for the other crops as well.
multi-cropping les cultures multiples a yam une patate douce,
to grow faire pousser une igname
an areca nut une noix d’arec, noix de bétel to harvest récolter
turmeric du curcuma in rote fashion (ici) en continu
‘Smart’ objects aren’t very smart
about climate change
“Everything with the word ‘smart’ in front of it has a data centre
behind it,” says Digital Realty’s technical operations manager in Gilbert & George
Dublin, Ben Bryan. This is a problem because the surge in data are doing their bit
processing will require signifcant new energy infrastructure, which
for homeless people will be contradictory to efforts in lowering carbon emissions.
Ireland is already Europe’s data centre capital, and if these data The artists Gilbert & George have a history
giants ever left, Ireland would be in a pretty bad situation. of relationships with homeless people in
Patrick Bresnihan, a geography professor at Maynooth University, the East End of London where they live.
acknowledges this, remarking wryly that somehow the tech For 20 years, they have had a friendship
companies get far less scrutiny than aviation or fossil fuel companies. with another local couple who often live
But these are contradictions, he insists, that cannot be put off on the streets and to whom they give
indefnitely. £2 a day. Adamant that they are not
campaigning, they have nevertheless
given permission for certain of their
artworks to be transferred onto dinner
plates that will then be sold by a local
social enterprise for £125. The plates will
feature images of works from their latest
exhibition, Paradisical Pictures, which
toured globally. The artists were present
when it was showing in Los Angeles.
While there, they also visited the Skid
Row homeless area, which stretches for
50 blocks, that is 50 city blocks of people
living in tents or cardboard boxes.
a surge une poussée, un pic to acknowledge reconnaître to do your bit faire sa part
data processing le traitement wryly ironiquement homeless people les sans-abris
des données to get scrutiny être sous la surveillance de adamant (ici) affrmant
to lower baisser fossil fuel companies les compagnies pétrolières nevertheless néanmoins, toutefois
carbon emissions les émissions de gaz to be put off être remis à plus tard to tour globally faire une tournée mondiale
à effet de serre a cardboard box un carton
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Article by r uth Adam
Harry and Meghan decided to leave
England: they renounced their royal
salaries; will pay back the money spent
refurbishing their ‘cottage’, and intend
to live without their titles. Interestingly
enough, the nation divided a bit like
they did with Brexit. Remainers thought
they were right and wished them well, Classical music may have a good
and Brexiteers called them traitors and effect on vines
at the same time appeared to worry how
these two millionaires would manage Winemakers

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