Leon’s Frozen Custard “English only” policy

Use the news item about Leon’s Frozen Custard “English only” policy to help you improve your vocabulary. Follow these steps:

  1. Watch
  2. Read the questions and answer any you know
  3. Watch again
  4. Look at the unanswered questions and try to guess the meaning from context
  5. Watch one last time
  6. Use an English only dictionary to check your answers . I recommend: https://www.collinsdictionary.com/

  1. This (English only) policy started quite a firestorm. What does FIRESTORM mean?
  2. What is the word which means “a long line (of customers)”? This word is not in the video clip but it begins with “Q”.
  3. People called for a boycott. What is a BOYCOTT?
  4. A competitor business decided to give free scoops of ice cream. We all know “ice cream” but a SCOOP?
  5. America is a melting pot. What is the meaning of MELTING POT?
  6. They hope to come to an agreement before things escalate. What do you understand by ESCALATE?

If something is still not clear, post your questions in the comments box below.

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2 thoughts on “Leon’s Frozen Custard “English only” policy

  1. 1. “torment” means, many people know about this situation and is a lot of discuss.
    2. “Queue”
    3. When you are against with somebody you can fight with it, no buying their products.
    4. Ball, coloquial.
    5. Mix of people. Diferent countries and race.
    6. Means dont grow more in a bad way.

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