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菲菲和 Neil 在录节目,Neil 夸菲菲戴的羊毛帽子既暖和又有型,这可让菲菲高兴坏了。但是 Neil 为什么又让她 “把帽沿拽下来,遮住眼睛 to pull the wool over her eyes” 呢?他说这个动作正可以用来介绍一个和 “羊毛 wool” 有关的英语表达。听对话,学习一个表示 “骗人” 的英语说法。
 
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Callum and Catherine discuss two different ways of talking about the future.
 
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Sean Farrington and Louise Cooper weigh up the impact Brexit is having on the tourism and hospitality sector with a visit to a hotel in York.
 
Bitz & Bob send George and Flossy to the St Bride Foundation in London to learn about the invention of the printing press! They join expert Charlie in finding out all about the history, before trying some pressing for themselves with printer Mick! #CBeebiesRadio
 
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