050 – Conversation Starters: Binge-Watching

This is the first episode in a new series on The Can Learn English Podcast called Conversations Starters. In this episode you’ll learn about binge-watching and all the related vocabulary. In the grammar section, learn the difference between affect and effect.

In This Episode:


  • plop down
  • phenomenon
  • succession
  • binge worhty
  • streaming
  • tune in
  • on demand
  • insomnia
  • exposure
  • fatigue
  • sedentary
  • dopamine
  • day-to-day grind


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  • Vocabulary Builder
  • Affect or Effect Exercises

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