Words in the News (25th February 2015): The 'No Cry' onion
For vocabulary and exercises: http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish/english/features/witn/ep-150225
Does chopping these make you cry? This farmer in the south of England thinks he has the answer.
Alastair Findlay has been developing a 'No Tears' onion for twenty years. Each season he has tasted hundreds of varieties to find the perfect flavour.
The new hybrid has a milder taste and aroma than others. That's good news for your eyes – and also your breath.
cutting into small pieces
different types of something
new plant produced from two different types of plant
nice smell from food or drink
the air that comes out of your mouth
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