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Movie of the week: Django Unchained

django-unchained-movie-image-christoph-waltz-jamie-foxxIn 1858, several male slaves are chained and being transported after being purchased by the Speck Brothers. Among the slaves is Django, who has been sold away from his wife, Broomhilda. The Speck brothers encounter Dr. King Schultz, a German immigrant dentist from Düsseldorf and, unbeknownst to them, bounty hunter. Schultz takes Django and kills one of the Speck brothers, leaving the fate of the other Speck brother to the remaining slaves.

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Album of the week: Plus by Ed Sheeran

ed-sheeran-concertsAfter dropping out of school at the age of 16, Ed Sheeran spent his student grant on rail tickets moving place to place performing at open-mic nights across the United Kingdom where he would sleep on fans’ sofas. This album was his first commercial breakthrough which saw him rise to fame with his singles such as ‘The A Team’ and ‘You Need Me, I Don’t Need You’. Regardless of how successful the album was, some critics still gave negative reviews.

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Amazing facts of the week

taco-bellAlaska is the only state that can be typed on one row of keys.

Until coffee gained popularity, beer was the breakfast beverage of choice in some parts of the United States.

Taco Bell is named for its founder, Glen Bell.

Nuevo vocabulario

unbeknownst (adj.) = without someone’s knowledge

bounty hunter (noun) = someone who hunts criminals in return for money

grant (noun) = an amount of money given to support something

open-mic night (noun) = where anyone can perform or sing in a pub or club

breakthrough (noun) = the act of overcoming an obstacle to achieve a goal

beverage (noun) = a drink, usually excluding water

founder (noun) = the person who started the company

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