‘La Dolce Vita’ (‘The Sweet Life’) in Italy is ?, but what would be STRANGE for English people living in Italy? ? Find out in today’s show where I am joined by John Peter Sloan to discuss exactly that! ? We discuss KETCHUP and PASTA ?, BREAKING BALLS ?, CRAZY driving ?️ and much more! Plus… some reall nice RnR vocabualry….
…so just keep CALM and keep on ROCKIN’! ???
We had some real RnR Grammar inside the RnR Vocabulary today… when John said:
“I don’t take public transport, you might think that sounds a bit snobbish but there is not public transport!”
As I mentioned in this show, we add this ‘ish’ to the end of ADJECTIVES to say ‘a little bit’.
For example, look at the following sentences:
Please note that we only use this in SPOKEN English and it’s obviously NOT formal… BUT it is very common! We can say “I’ll see you at 5ish” (more or less 5).
When you have listened to the podcast and read the above, then you’re ready for the quiz below!
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I don’t like my colleagues, but I put up with them. This means:
My friend is tallish, this means:
My friend is very good at striking up conversations with girls. This means:
I did something bad to my friend and he said “I will fight fire with fire“. This means:
In British English this is a:
My friend keeps harassing me about some money. This means:
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