U.S. Politics: Vocabulary & Pronunciation for the 2020 Election Season

U.S. Politics: Vocabulary & Pronunciation for the 2020 Election Season

Hi everyone. I’m Jennifer from English with Jennifer. The U.S. presidential elections stir up a lot of emotions, both positive and negative. As an English language teacher, I get excited because the election season gives us things to learn and talk about: pronunciation, vocabulary, current issues. If you’d like to study American English with me, […]

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Why Are U.S. Presidential Elections So Long?

Why Are U.S. Presidential Elections So Long?

In April 2015, 576 days before election day, Hillary Clinton announced her candidacy for the 2016 presidential race. In the 2008 election, she did so an entire 654 days in advance. By comparison, in Japan, candidates are limited to a maximum campaign length of… 12 days. In fact, the United States has, by far, one […]

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Donald Trump: ‘We have expanded the Republican Party…

Donald Trump: ‘We have expanded the Republican Party…

YOU BEFORE IT WOULD BE OKAY IF YOU WANT TO ASK A FEW QUESTIONS. YES? GO AHEAD. >>MR. TRUMP, YOU SAID YOUR CAMPAIGN IS FOCUSED ON UNITING, NOT DIVIDING. YOUR CRITICS WOULD SUGGEST YOU’RE DIVIDING NOT JUST THE COUNTRY BUT YOUR PARTY. THERE’S BEEN A LOT OF PRESSURE REE REE RECENTLY TO SUPPORT OR REJECT […]

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Hillary Clinton: The Local News Anchor Of Politics

Hillary Clinton: The Local News Anchor Of Politics

>>ONE MORE PROBLEM FOR HILLARY CLINTON. GOING BACK AND WATCHING THE TAPES FROM 2007, AND WATCHING THE NEWS COVERAGE FROM 2007, THE NARRATIVE WAS THAT SHE IS A FLIP FLOPPER. SHE FLIP-FLOPPED, AND THAT WAS BACK THEN. NOW SHE HAS FLIP-FLOPPED AGAIN. ANDERSON COOPER SAID IT TO HER IN HIS DEBATE, HE SAID, WILL YOU […]

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