In the programme today, has a change in drinking laws in England and Wales affected people's attitudes to alcohol? We'll be hearing from a medical worker as Jackie and Elena talk about the language of drinks and going out.
This week's question: What is the oldest alcoholic drink in the world?
Listen out for the answer at the end of the programme!
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Vocabulary from the programme
Asking if someone wants to go out for a drink
Let's go for a drink! (usually referring to alcohol)
Do you fancy a drink?
Let's go to the pub!
Shall we have a quick one? (informal)
Phrases to use when you want to pay for other people's drinks
It's on me
It's my round
drinking a lot of alcohol in a short period of time
spread out over a period of time
to pace your drinking
to not drink too quickly
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