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Day trip with a difference

Day trip with a difference - BBC Learning English 6 Minute...

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BBC Learning English 6 Minute English Day-trip with a difference 6 Minute English © bbclearningenglish.com 2008 Page 1 of 4 Callum: Hello, I m Callum Robertson, welcome to Six Minute English. With me today is Neil Edgeller. Hello Neil. Neil: Hi Callum. Callum: Now in today s programme we re going to be looking at day-trips, but not your average kind of day-trip. First Neil, can you explain what we mean by a day- trip. Neil: Sure, a day-trip is like a short holiday. You go somewhere and come back on the same day. Callum: Yes, when I was a child I remember we used to go on day-trips to the beach or day-trips to the forest. What about you Neil, did you or do you go on day-trips? Neil: When I was a kid I lived in Canada and we often had visitors and we took them to local places of interest on day-trips, for example Niagra Falls. Callum: Wow, that s a great place for a day trip. O ur topic today is all about a day-trip that is literally out of this world. The day-trips I m talking about are into space. If you ve ever dreamt of being an astronaut, now you can make that dream come true. Provided you can afford it! Before we hear more about this, let s have this week s question. Now we re talking about space, so it s a space related question for you Neil, which planet is generally, is mostly the closest to Earth, is it:
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