Migrate and immigrate 迁移和移民的区别

更新时间 2013年 8月 29日, 星期四 - 格林尼治标准时间10:25

Audio: Migrate and immigrate 迁移和移民的区别

A Q&A programme about the use of the words 'migrate' and 'immigrate'.

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"Hello! Could you tell me the difference between migrate and immigrate and how to use them please? Thank you!"

Yu Zi

'Migrate' and 'immigrate' are both verbs meaning moving from one place to another, but what are the differences?

Workers from the countryside migrate to big cities to look for work.

Swallows migrate south in winter.

During the 1950s, lots of people were encouraged to immigrate to the UK.

Join Feifei as she explains the difference between 'migrate' and 'immigrate'.

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