301. UK General Election Explained! (English Vocabulary Lesson)

Thinking in English

Jun 17 2024 • 25 mins

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On July 4th, 2024, the UK will hold a general election to elect a new government, parliament, and Prime Minister.

In this episode, I want to provide a detailed and thorough explanation and introduction to how elections work in the United Kingdom!



Transcript - https://thinkinginenglish.blog/2024/06/17/301-uk-general-election-explained-english-vocabulary-lesson/




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VOCABULARY LIST


  • Prime Minister (noun): The head of government in a parliamentary system who is responsible for running the government.
  • Parliament (noun): The supreme legislative body in a country, made up of elected representatives who make and pass laws.
  • Election (noun): A formal process by which voters choose individuals to hold public office.
  • Government (noun): The governing body of a nation, responsible for making and enforcing laws and policies.
  • Vote (verb): To cast a ballot in an election.
  • Constituency (noun): A geographical area represented by an elected official in a legislative body.
  • Campaign (verb): To work actively to promote a candidate, cause, or policy.
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