آیا می دانستید خیلی از این لیوان های یک بار مصرفی که توش قهوه می خورید قابل بازیافت نیستند؟ یک کافی شاپ زنجیره ای بزرگ برای لیوان های یک بار مصرفش قیمت گذاشته تا اینجوری افراد رو ترغیب کنه که لیوان های خودشون رو بیارن. یک کافی شاپ دیگه هم قول داده که تا جایی که میشه لیوان های یک بار مصرفش رو بازیافت کنه. نظر شما درمورد بازیافت چیه؟ آیا حاضرین به جای استفاده از کیسه و لیوان های پلاستیکی از کیسه های پارچه ای استفاده کنید؟ (نظر خودتون رو به انگلیسی در بخش دیدگاه با ما در میون بذارید!) در پادکست انگلیسی BBC – لیوان یک بار مصرف میشنویم که نیل Neil و راب Rob درباره ی اینکه آیا این راه کارها برای متقاعد کردن مردم به استفاده کمتر از لیوان یک بار مصرف کافیه صحبت می کنن و در طول مسیر کلمات جدیدی آموزش میدن.

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سوال پادکست انگلیسی BBC – لیوان یک بار مصرف:

Which country drinks the most coffee per capita – so not the total amount of coffee but the average per person. Is it:

a) Japan

b) Kenya

c) Finland

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واژگان کلیدی پادکست انگلیسی BBC - لیوان یک بار مصرف

معنی به فارسیمعنی به انگلیسیواژه
یکبارمصرفdesigned to be thrown away after a short timedisposable
قابل استفاده برای مدت طولانیdesigned to be used many timesreusable
رایج شدن چیزی جدید در یک تجارتgradually introducing something new to a businessrolling out
زیرساختbuildings or structures that are needed for something to work.infrastructure
یک تلنگرa gentle pusha nudge
تلاش (عزم) جدی علیه چیزیto make a strong effort against somethingto fight (something) tooth and nail

BBC 6 minute English - Do you use your own

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Note: This is not a word-for-word transcript

Neil
Hello, and welcome to 6 Minute English. I’m Neil.

Rob
And I’m Rob.

Neil
Now Rob, we’ve talked before on this programme about our love of coffee.

Rob
Oh yes, indeed. I couldn’t function without it.

Neil
But have you ever thought about the environmental consequences of all those disposable coffee cups?

Rob
Oh yes, indeed. I always carry a reusable cup with me so I don’t have to throw one away.

Neil
So if a disposable cup is one you throw away, a reusable one is one that you can use again and again.

Rob
Yes, there is a big problem with disposable cups in that many of them can’t be recycled, so there is a lot of waste for something we only use for a short time.

Neil
What are the big coffee shop chains doing about this problem? We’ll find out a little bit more shortly, but first, a quiz for you. Which country drinks the most coffee per capita – so not the total amount of coffee but the average per person. Is it:
a) Japan
b) Kenya, or
c) Finland
What do you think, Rob?

Rob
Ooh, tricky. I don’t think the Japanese are big coffee drinkers and I know they produce a lot of coffee in Kenya. I’m surprised the USA isn’t on the list but I’m going to go with Finland. Just because.

Neil
Well, we’ll see if you’re right later in the programme. On a recent BBC You and Yours radio programme they discussed the topic of coffee cups. Some of the big chains are now charging customers more for a disposable cup and giving discounts if people bring their own reusable. However not all of the shops actually collect old cups and sort them for recycling in the shop itself. Here’s Jaz Rabadia from Starbucks, Is the store only interested in facilities inside their shops?

Jaz Rabadia 
It is something that we are in the process of rolling out and it will be in all of our stores. It’s also not just our stores in which these cups end up. So we’re doing a lot of work outside of our store environment to ensure that paper cups can be recycled on the go. We’re working with our environmental charity partner Hubbub to increase recycling infrastructure outside of our stores because that too is where a lot of our cups will end up.

Neil
So are they just working in their stores at improving recycling?

Rob
Well no, after all most people take their coffee out of the stores, so they are working on recycling infrastructure outside as well. This will be things like bins and collection points which are clearly marked for coffee cups.

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Neil
And what about enabling recycling cups in store?

Rob
Well she said that was something they are rolling out to all stores. Rolling out here means introducing over a period of time. So it’s starting to happen, but is not finished yet.

Neil
Let’s listen again.

Jaz Rabadia
It is something that we are in the process of rolling out and it will be in all of our stores. It’s also not just our stores in which these cups end up. So we’re doing a lot of work outside of our store environment to ensure that paper cups can be recycled on the go. We’re working with our environmental charity partner hubbub to increase recycling infrastructure outside of our stores because that too is where a lot of our cups will end up.

Neil
Not everyone, however, believes that the coffee chains are doing everything that they can. This is Mary Creagh, a member of the British parliament. She compares the situation to that of the plastic bag charge. This was a law brought in to force shops to charge customers for plastic bags, which previously had been free.

Mary Creagh MP
If you think you’re having to pay extra for something, as we saw with the plastic bags, we think a similar psychological measure is needed, a nudge measure, to encourage people to remember to bring their reusable cup with them and of course this is something that the coffee shops have been fighting tooth and nail.

Neil
She thinks that we consumers need a nudge to help us remember our reusable cups.

Rob
Yes, we need a nudge, which is a little push, a reason. In this case, she is thinking of a law to make them charge more. But she says the coffee chains really don’t want this, they are, she says, fighting it tooth and nail. If you fight something tooth and nail you are against it completely and try to stop it.

Neil
Let’s hear MP Mary Creagh again.

Mary Creagh MP
If you think you’re having to pay extra for something, as we saw with the plastic bags, we think a similar psychological measure is needed, a nudge measure, to encourage people to remember to bring their reusable cup with them and of course this is something that the coffee shops have been fighting tooth and nail

Neil
Time to review our vocabulary, but first, let’s have the answer to the quiz question. Which country drinks the most coffee per capita? Is it:
a) Japan
b) Kenya, or
c) Finland
What did you think, Rob? 

Rob
I took a bit of a guess at Finland. 

Neil
Well, congratulations, your guess was correct. The Finns on average get through an amazing 12kg of coffee a year, each. Now, onto the vocabulary.

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Rob
We had a couple of related but opposite words. Something disposable is designed to be used once or a few times and then thrown away and a reusable is designed to be used again and again.

Neil
We then had rolling out which in a business sense is the process of gradually introducing something new. This could be a new system, new product, new technology or even a new way of doing things.8

Rob
New ideas often need new infrastructure. This is usually physical structures that are needed to make something work, for example rail infrastructure includes tracks, stations and signals. 

Neil
nudge is a small push, to encourage us to do something. You don’t need a nudge to carry a reusable coffee cup, do you?

Rob
Oh, no, I’m all for it. In fact I’d fight tooth and nail to keep hold of my reusable. Which is quite a coincidence as that was our last expression today. To fight tooth and nail means to make a strong effort to try to stop something or achieve something. 

Neil
Well, that’s all from us. We look forward to your company next time. Until then, you can find us in all the usual places on social media, online and on our app. Just search for ‘BBC Learning English’. Goodbye! 

Rob
Goodbye!

امیدوارم از پادکست انگلیسی BBC - لیوان یک بار مصرف لذت برده باشید.

گوش دادن به پادکست روش خوبی برای تقویت مهارت شنیداری و هم چنین یادگرفتن کلمات در بستر یک موضوع خاصه که این به تقویت مهارت مکالمه انگلیسی نیز کمک زیادی می کنه.

اگه تو هم از اون آدمهایی هستی که از گوش دادن به پادکست لذت می بره برات یه خبر خوب دارم! آموزشگاه زبان انگلیسی ۲۴talk یه دوره طراحی کرده مبتنی بر پادکست و داستان کوتاه به اسم "پادکستوری - Podcastory". این دوره سعی کرده یادگیری زبان انگلیسی رو مناسب با نیاز و سطح زبان آموز به یه فرایند بسیار مفرح، موثر، سریع و کم هزینه تبدیل کنه.

همین الان می تونی با کلیک روی عکس زیر و ثبت نام در دوره ی آموزش زبان انگلیسی با پادکست و داستان ۲۴talk اولین و مهم ترین قدم رو برای یادگیری زبان انگلیسی برداری. وقت رو از دست نده!

دوره پادکستوری آکادمی مجازی ۲۴talk