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Movie of the week: 2 Days in New York

2-days-in-new-york-film-welivefilm-bannerHip talk-radio host and journalist Mingus and his French photographer girlfriend, Marion, live cozily in a New York apartment with their cat and two young children from previous relationships. But when Marion’s jolly father, her sister, and her sister’s outrageous boyfriend unceremoniously descend upon them for an overseas visit, it initiates two unforgettable days of family mayhem. The visitors push every button in the couple’s relationship, truly putting it to the test. How will the couple fare?

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Album of the week: Mylo Xyloto by Coldplay

coldplay_mylo_xyloto_by_slidergirl-d46dsx3Coldplay are an alternative British rock band who have had international success with songs such as ‘Fix You’, ‘Viva La Vida’ and ‘Paradise’. This album is their fifth and was the focus of their tour around Europe, North America and Australasia. The album was written by a filmmaker and thus the songs on the album each tell a different story through each of the different styles and genres. The album received generally positive reviews from most expert music magazines and critics. You can listen to the song ‘Charlie Brown’ below.

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Amazing facts of the week

Coffee-BeanHippos are the cause of most human deaths than any other animal in Africa.

Coffee is the second most traded commodity in the world second only to oil.

The creator of The Simpsons named the characters after his own family: his mother Marge, his Father Homer and his two sisters Lisa and Maggie. He even grew up in Springfield!

Nuevo vocabulario

cozily  (adv.) = snug, comfortably, warm

jolly (adj.) = full of good humor and happiness

outrageous (adj.) = extravagant or grossly offensive

unceremoniously (adj.) = informally, abruptly

mayhem (n.) = violent destruction, disorder or confusion

fare (v.) = to get along, to manage

commodity (n.) = an item of use, advantage or profit

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