Birthdays are great, but are they ALWAYS great? 🤔 Here we look at the NOT so good stuff like the DOUBLE DIP 🤢, BOUNCY castles 😀, NO-ONE coming to your party 😢 and lots more! There’s some GOOD news but also some BAD news, but whatever happens you know that we’ll keep on ROCKin’! ✌️
The RnR vocab that you will learn in today’s show:
A vocab and grammar lesson today: in the podcast we had the term:
A fully grown adult
The point of this ‘fully grown’ is just to emphasise that we’re speaking about an adult, but the MOST important thing is to remember these terms in CONTEXT!
The biggest mistake I see students make is when they hear a new piece of vocabulary and try to apply it to other things (maybe “a fully grown boy”) and it either sounds strange (like ‘fully grown boy’ as it doesn’t really make sense) or is completely wrong, so just remember to use these things in CONTEXT!
By doing this, you will also learn the grammar as it’s inside the sentence – BOOM! 👊
When you have listened to the podcast and read the above, then you’re ready for the quiz below! 👊
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If you are shitfaced, you are:
If you cannot tolerate something anymore, you can say:
“There is a draft in this room”. This means:
Hardly anyone turned up to the meeting yesterday. This means:
Which of these is an example of ‘hitting it off‘ with someone?
After which of the examples below could I say that’s a “weight off my mind“?
“Do you want to come to the party tonight with me?”
“I can’t be bothered“.
I want to whisk my girlfriend away to New York. This means:
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