As the proverb says: An apple a day keeps the doctor away. We’ll hear from an expert about the latest research on the benefit of apples and teach you related vocabulary to help you talk about this topic.
This week’s question
Over the centuries, hundreds of different apple varieties have been grown in orchards up and down the country, some with quite unusual names. So, which of the following is the name of a real type of English apple?
a) a Taylor’s gold
b) a Golden pippin
c) a Black Worcester
Listen to the programme to find out the answer.
short sentence or expression giving some well-known, traditional advice or common sense
unusual and exciting, often because it comes from a far away place
trim the waistline
keep a healthy body weight with no extra fat around the waist
able to be used for many purposes, or in many different ways
in good shape
in a good state of health; in a good condition
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