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Every week we ask you a different question. Hear what people in London say, then join the conversation! Who would you give an award to and why?

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The Express English team

One woman would give an award to her parents because they have been an inspiration and have motivated her to work hard. She wants to make them proud of her.

Another man wants to give a posthumous award to Johannes Gutenberg for inventing the printing press.

Did you know?


The official name of the Oscars ceremony is the Academy Awards. The first ceremony took place on 16 May 1929.

Language tip

Someone who is nominated for an award is called a nominee.

Cultural tip

If you win an award you might have to make an acceptance speech, but keep it short and to the point!

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