We’re lucky in England to have lots of beautiful stately homes and parklands. They were built by rich historical landowners with very expensive tastes in architecture and gardening! Now, they are kept alive by not-for-profit organisations like the National Trust.
I went to Hunstanton at the weekend (in beautiful Norfolk)! I had a great time at the beach in ‘Sunny Hunny’ even though it’s in England and rarely sunny 🙂 The cliffs in the picture show how fast the coastline is eroding. You can even find fossils in the limestone!
In this photo of Ely Cathedral, there’s a tree at the front, in the middle. There’s another tree on the right-hand side. The cathedral is in the background. There’s a cloudy sky above the cathedral. The photo is on this English learning website. You’re looking at it on your computer or on your phone 🙂
The Josephine Hart Poetry Hour provides some beautiful listening material for helping you notice and work on rhythm and intonation, especially if your native language is syllable-timed rather than stress-timed e.g., Mandarin, French or Spanish. The presenter, Hart, speaks slowly & carefully but naturally.
I’ve also written a transcript for one of her presentations.