And after the commercial break Sarah Jenkins will have the pleasure of talking to one of the most famous athletes, Usain Bolt. He’s going to tell her what it felt like to win an Olympic gold and hear crowds cheering at the stadium. After the talk, our listeners are welcome to call our studio to ask our guest a question. Stay tuned for Sarah’s interview.
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Ann: Mark, I’m going to the seaside for the summer and I need to lose a couple of pounds. I hope you can help me. You know so much about healthy diet and lifestyle.

Mark: Well, the first thing you should do is to stay away from sweets.

Ann: I don’t think it will work. I like them too much. I think I won’t manage to give them up completely.

Mark: It might be enough if you do some sports regularly. How about jogging? Let’s say two hours every morning in the park across the street? Seems ideal...

Ann: I don’t really like jogging alone, but there is a fitness club two blocks from my house. I think I might try working out there for an hour every morning.
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Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen. As you can see, the take off was smooth and now we are on our way to London. The weather looks good and we are expecting to land about fifteen minutes ahead of schedule. You can now start using your personal electronic devices, including laptops and MP3 players, but you’ll have to turn them off before landing. Remember that smoking is prohibited. Thank you for choosing our airline.
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Yesterday my friends and I started talking about birthdays because it turned out that two of us were born on the same day. Then, I said, “One of the Olsen twins has the same birthday as me, but I can’t remember which one it is.” My friends looked at one another and burst out laughing. I didn’t understand why but then one of them said, “They are twins, they both have the same birthday as you.” I felt really silly.
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The last news item today is about Riders for Health. It’s a charity that repairs motorcycles which are later used in African countries. Many African people die because they live far from hospitals. Doctors and nurses often have problems reaching sick people. But motorcycles can go where cars and buses can’t. And when the medical staff get to the villages, they also bring with them the necessary medicines. Visit for more information.
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Woman: Hello, GSM Helpline, how can I help you?

Man: I bought a new mobile phone and I have a problem.

Woman: What’s the matter? Doesn’t it work properly?

Man: No, everything is fine. But when the package was delivered yesterday evening and I opened the box, I saw that there weren’t any earphones inside. I’m sure they should be included.

Woman: Oh, I see. Sorry for that. I’ll make sure you get them as soon as possible.
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