Happy Birthday Usian Bolt! 🎉 We use this as an excuse to talk about RUNNING 🏃🏿 PLUS talk of KILLING Robbie Williams 😲, Kung Fu Fighting 🥋 the video that EVERYONE is talking about in the UK 📹, some SERIOUS RnR Grammar and some SERIOUS RnR vocabulary….
…keep on ROCKIN’ baby! 👊
Some SERIOUS RnR grammar in today’s show! Right at the end of the episode, Dan said to me:
“Am I getting sacked?”
Why does he use ‘get’ in this sentence? 🤔
The answer to that question is because the ACTION is being done by SOMEONE ELSE (as Dan would not sack himself, someone else would sack him).
We use this for other things like:
“Did you get your haircut?”
As obviously we do not cut our hair, the action is done by someone else so we say “get your haircut”.
That’s some serious grammar baby 👊
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If someone pisses me off, it means:
I saw an old friend yesterday and he said to me “how’s life treating you?”. This means:
I played my friend at tennis today and I smashed him. This means:
I haven’t achieved anything in my life. This means:
I took up golf last year. This means:
My friend is as fast as lightning. This means:
Generally people have a higher sex drive in the summer. This means:
If you get sacked, it means:
At dinner yesterday I mentioned Brexit and my friend said to me “you’ve opened up a can of worms talking about that”. This means:
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