E145 – Easter All Around The World 🌎

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E145 – Easter All Around The World 🌎

LISTEN to the podcast. READ the RnR Grammar. LEARN the vocab and…. ROCK ON!

As always, there’s talk of poo, but this time we talk about WINNIE THE POOH! 😄 Probably in a different way to what you’re expecting, then there’s talk of EGGS, dancing to TECHNO 🕺 in church and lots more! Oh yea… we also speak about Easter Traditions around the world! So just keeeeeeeeep on ROCKin’ baby! 👊

The RnR vocab that you will learn in today’s show:

  • You’re trying to catch me out
  • I live life on the edge
  • On a school night, I normally just have water
  • Did you throw up?
  • You’d end up with a black eye
  • At least you were shagging it
  • I was quite into WWF
  • In the heat of the moment, I tried to punch the Winnie the Pooh
  • That is how hard I am
  • It does sound a bit dodgy
  • They need to sort themselves out in Sweden
  • They were auditioning for the play
  • She was a blade of grass
  • We used to do hymn practice
  • A huge decorated wagon
  • If I got it wrong, you would’ve crucified me x
  • He’s as strong as an ox
  • Someone egged me on a nightout once
  • Dan the Man is on the prowl
  • It was like a drive by
  • They just started hurling eggs at me
  • They lobbed an egg at him and it hit him in the chest

RnR Grammar

In today’s episode I said ‘we used to do hymn practice’.

Ok, that’s simple, right? Correct it is.

BUT I want to bring your attention to the verb form after, ‘we used to do‘.

Notice how this changes for ‘we are used to doing’ these forms ‘used to’ ‘be used to’ look very similar, but are COMPLETELY different in MEANING and in STRUCTURE!

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