In this video English lesson, part of my Daily Dose of English series from 2010-2011, I look at Bubble
Bubbles are tiny spheres of gas. They are often seen rising up through liquids like lemonade, champagne and beer. These bubbles are rising up through a glass of Spanish cider – a drink made from the fermented juice of apples. We call this a sparkling cider. Lemonade is also a sparkling, or fizzy drink. The fizz refers to the bubbles. We also call non-alcoholic fizzy drinks pop. This Daily Dose will tell you all you need to know about bubbles.
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