Extreme English
 

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VOCABULARY
hot - tu: ostry, pikantny
hell - piekło
free - tu: za darmo
to pay - płacić
to try - próbować
to hold a record - zdobyć rekord
takeaway - jedzenie na wynos
to e-mail - wysłać e-maila
to receive - otrzymać
to request - poprosić, zażyczyć sobie
dish - potrawa
vegetable - jarzyna, jarzynowy
rice - ryż
pickle - marynata
to arrive - przybyć
meal - posiłek
to warm up - podgrzać
to enjoy - tu: zjeść ze smakiem
LESSON 11
The world's hottest curry and the longest title of any British pop single


Abdul Latiff: NB: Mr Latiff doesn't speak perfect English!
I make the world's hottest curry. We call it 'Curry Hell'. It's very very hot and I demand* it is the world's hottest curry. If you can eat it, it is free and if you don't, then you pay for it. I tried it once... but no, thank you.

We are holding the world record for the longest takeaway in the world - about 11,000 miles around the world, from Newcastle to Australia.

Abdul Latiff: She decided to e-mail for a takeaway, so I received an e-mail from her. She requested for me* to send a few dishes to Sydney. We made the vegetable curry, vegetable pilau rice and a nan bread and a papadom and a pickle for her. We started in Newcastle on Friday morning. And then they took a plane to Heathrow, and from Heathrow to Australia. So, she received it Monday morning. It takes about 4 days. It arrived in good condition, yes, but sadly, both meals were very, very cold. So she warmed it up and she enjoyed the meal. Yes.

The longest title of any British pop single: It's called "You Can Make Me Dance Sing Or Anything (Even Take The Dog For A Walk, Mend A Fuse, Fold Away The Ironing Board, Or Any Other Domestic Shortcomings)"

Listen



OBJAŚNIENIA

*and I demand = tu: and I tell you
Newcastle - miasto w północnej Anglii
she requested for me to send - powinno być: she requested that I send her, albo she asked me to send her
pilau rice, nan bread, papadom - nazwy specjałów kuchni hinduskiej


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