Learn about a lifesaving medical charity, Anthony Nolan. The charity works internationally to help people with blood cancer recover by matching them with stem cell donations. See if you, or someone you know, can become a stem cell donor via an international database, and save a life. You’ll also hear what it’s like to work for a charity. This is also an excellent opportunity for you to listen to an English conversation between two native speakers.
Learn more about the Anthony Nolan organization and the World Marrow Donor Association.
Very frustrated about my skill English when I finished the watching your video, I almost don’t understand when Rebecca spoke, that is too fast and her accent not familliar to me,
example when Rebecca said: the world i heard: te well, Charities i heard: cati, The blood, I heard:lud…anyway thank Jill and Rebecca, that help me where is my level English although a bit sad but i’ll atemple more, Thank you
Hi Nguyen, please don’t be frustrated. Learning and getting used to different dialects is a longer process, but I am absolutely sure that if you keep listening to and watching videos with British natives, soon you will realize that over time you understand much more. Also, it’s a bit harder to understand Zoom recordings like this one. If you want to get used to British English, as a strategy I also recommend choosing BBC few times a week as some background, ambient “noise” in you room :). Keep a notebook at hand to take down some interesting words or expressions you hear or you keep hearing often. I did the same with CNN to brush up my vocabulary on politics and learn about the US elections process. :)
*a few times a week
Thank you Gill you’re a wonderful teacher. I always watch your videos. And thank you one more, for creating this kind of social awareness video. And thanks a lot to Rebecca for her social work.
Congratulation on this work!
really it’s so great
Thanks for enrichment of our knowlege not only in language direction!
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Thanks a lot Ms. Gill, thanks a lot Ms. Rebecca.
Thank you :)
Thank you so much. DONE
Mrs Guill is the best teacher that I have had in the world. Excelllents skills to teach, brilliant brain, perfect Languaje, perfect pronunciation, I only can underestand to her when she speaks and teachs. My grade for her is A*** . congratulations for her. Thanks so much.
I did understand not so much from the conversation. The main items of it are: 1) She is working at medical organization with terrible diseases like cancer. 2) They used to treatment chemical therapy. 3) They discussed something about DNA.
You will be laughting on my English knowledge, maybe. Sorry.
very good interview,
thank you for the information.
Understanding medical terms is absolutely difficult…
I suppose that listening a talk between native speakers give me many hints to catch up the speed of the discussion and how to respond like a native speaker.