Episode 30: Top 5 Things to Do in the US and UK


Do you want to travel to The United States or England? Do you have a trip planned and you need some ideas of what to see or where to go? Then this episode has you covered! Listen as we talk about our top 3 places to visit in each of our countries, giving you the top 6 places to visit in the US and UK.

The episode guide gives you more information and direct links for each of the places, so be sure to check them out. As always, you’ll get related idioms, phrasal verbs, and vocabulary too!

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Podcast Notes:

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Vocabulary Sample:



awe inspiring


bucket list


Language Focus: Top 6 Recommendations for the U.S. and U.K.

The UK

1. Stonehenge

2. The London Eye

3. Off the beaten track, from York to Scarborough


The US

1. Sedona

2. Yosemite National Park

3. The 101 (Route 101)


English Expressions & Idioms

to jump onboard: to be keen to do something, to want to join someone/others doing something

get off the beaten track: to go to someplace outside of the central, tourist or popular areas

scratch beneath the surface: to look or explore further than what is obvious or right in front of you

every other day: used to talk about day 1, day 3, day 5, etc.. when skipping a day between “every day” *Note: you can also say every other week, every other month, etc…



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