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  • Hello and welcome to news, Ravi, the program where we give you the language from the latest news stories and teach you how to use it in your everyday English.

  • Hi, I'm Neal.

  • Joining Mei is Georgina.

  • Hi, Georgina.

  • Hi, everyone.

  • So what's our story today?

  • We've got a story about how vaping might not be as risk free as some thought.

  • Okay, vaping and the potential risks.

  • Let's hear more from this.

  • BBC Radio Two news bulletin.

  • A teenage boy who almost died after using e cigarettes has urged people not to take up vaping.

  • Doctor say you and Fisher, who's 19 and from Nottingham, suffered a catastrophic reaction is lungs that left him unable to breathe.

  • Health officials said Vaping was not risk free but was still better than smoking.

  • Professor John Britain from the UK Center for Alcohol and Tobacco Studies says it's a difficult issue.

  • Have you ever smoked in here?

  • I have never been a smoker.

  • No.

  • How about you?

  • Mm.

  • But do you think you take up vaping?

  • It's not really on my list of priorities to take up vaping, To be honest, no, but certainly Maura and more people are vaping.

  • So this new story will be really interesting to them.

  • So a young man called Yuen Fisher is quoted as urging people to not ve because he nearly died after Vaping for just five months.

  • In fact, he ended up on life support machine s o The advantages are vaping over smoking our little less clear than we'd like.

  • Thio here.

  • Professor John Britain asserts, if you do smoke, vaping is a better alternative but says if you don't smoke, don't start vaping It would be madness.

  • He actually said, Don't worry, Professor Britain.

  • I'm not going to.

  • Okay, You've been looking around at this story.

  • You've picked out three words and expressions.

  • What are they?

  • The 1st 1 is vaping triggered on dhe at your peril vaping triggered and at your peril.

  • So let's have a look at that First word and you're first headline, please.

  • The first headline is British teenager who almost died from lung failure after vaping warns others not to use e cigarettes.

  • Okay, that's from the evening standard vaping using electronic smoking devices.

  • Yes, so we use is to talk about the activity off vaping off similar to smoking your cigarettes, but you're no actually smoking because there's no smoke, no smoke whatsoever.

  • There is a vapor on that's made in the E cigarettes, so liquid is turned to vapor and that's what you actually smoking.

  • In fact, the word was created because to fill we didn't have a word to describe this activity because it's a new thing quite well, relatively new.

  • So it wasn't until 2014.

  • It became word of the year in Oxford Dictionary.

  • So is it's very, very new.

  • Okay, so vaping is the activity as smoking is the activity?

  • Yes, the verb is to smoke.

  • What's the verb with vaping to Vape?

  • Wow on is very regular as well.

  • Like smoke.

  • It's what smokers smoke smoked, smoked Vape is Vape ve ped ve ped only one p That's important Jet, Remember?

  • Otherwise it would be vap which would not be correct.

  • Um okay, so I can ask you using a perfect tense Have you ever Vape tw No, I have never Vape tw I am not a vapor, which is the noun of the person that we call somebody who rapes just like a smoker of vapor.

  • Yes, exactly.

  • Okay, I think That's all we need to know about Vaping.

  • Let's move on now to our second headline.

  • So our second headline is from the Sun Is Vape alert.

  • Teenage boys, 16 nearly died after vaping triggered catastrophic lung damage in just five months.

  • So, quite interestingly, in the other articles, it says nineteen's.

  • We're not quite sure of the exact age.

  • Okay, So triggered meaning caused something toe happen.

  • Exactly.

  • So the verb, it's about t r i g g e r e d.

  • And it comes from the verb to trigger.

  • Yes.

  • Now I know what a trigger is.

  • It's on a gun.

  • You pull the trigger on the bullet comes out.

  • Yes.

  • So the trigger causes the bullet to fly out off the gun or to come out of the gun on.

  • This is what is happening in this meaning as well.

  • So it is a trigger.

  • Is the cause off something to happen?

  • Okay, so in this case, vaping caused you in to become very, very sick on dhe.

  • Yeah, that's why he's warning other people not to do it.

  • So it triggered his illness, triggered his owners, and it's used most often in a negative context.

  • Okay, for example, the excessive rainfall triggered flooding.

  • Okay, Flooding being bad, Being bad yet?

  • Too much water, Um, or the heat wave triggered forest fires.

  • Forest fires being bad?

  • Yes.

  • Exactly.

  • So we don't use it with a positive.

  • So I couldn't say.

  • For example, uh, I went to this comedy night and the guy told this joke and it triggered loads of laughter.

  • You could, but that would be very strange.

  • Yeah, but maybe if I said he told a really offensive joke and it triggered a walkout.

  • Yeah.

  • Now that is much, much better way to use it because it's something that is negative on gets quite serious as well.

  • It's not used in kind of frivolous, funny kind of context.

  • Okay, well, in news of you, as you know, we like to teach you English using new stories, but we have another Siri's that does exactly the same thing.

  • It's called a lingo hack, and I think you need to check it out, especially if you're interested in health stories like this one.

  • So, Georgina, what is what is the What's the story where it's called learned words from the news on the theme off Health, where Can they find it?

  • Well, go to the bottom of here and you can get.

  • Find the link, But don't press it yet.

  • Wait to the end of news review indeed.

  • Where the end?

  • Okay, let's now look at our final headline, please.

  • Our final headline is from The Telegraph.

  • It says Vape Actual peril.

  • Doctors worn as they reveal teenage boy Contracted life threatening condition at your peril at your own risk.

  • Yes, that word peril.

  • That means danger.

  • Yeah, no, not just a little bit of danger.

  • A lot of danger.

  • Like danger off.

  • You're losing your life or get severely injuring yourself.

  • So it's normally used to warn people that if they do something, it might be a dangerous or hazardous to their lives.

  • Um, again, it's mainly used in a negative way S o, for example.

  • You might hear them say, Walk on the train tracks at your peril.

  • So at your own risk, So it's dangerous.

  • If you want to do it, that's fine, but you could risk your life doing it.

  • If you're driving tired, you might see a sign saying yes.

  • Ignore the signs of tiredness at your peril.

  • I think there is something similar to that on the motorways.

  • Actually, maybe not quite like that.

  • But that was like me this morning.

  • I should have got a coffee.

  • Yes.

  • Yes, he should.

  • Um if you steal one of Rob's biscuits, what happens?

  • Well, yeah, that's a very, very serious situation.

  • And basically, what might happen is that you may still rob's last biscuit.

  • Actual peril?

  • Yes.

  • Something that you can only do actual peril.

  • Yeah, because you have to evacuate the building purchase and other packet of biscuits.

  • Return on, Give him the entire packet.

  • Bring it.

  • Okay.

  • And, ah, vocabulary.

  • Recap, please.

  • The vocabulary this week is watts, or is vaping using electronic smoking devices triggered caused something toe happen on dhe at your peril at your own risk.

  • If you would like to test yourself on this vocabulary, there's a quiz on our website where you can find all kinds of other activities to help you improve your English.

  • Thanks for joining us.

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