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Some useful information (especially for Dan the Man) about how to be MORE positive in life. Talk (and music) of DJs saving lives ?, friendly neighbours ? making mountains out of molehills.. PLUS some THIRD conditional and future perfect RnR grammar – ooooh SEXY! ???
Here is today’s RnR vocabulary:
At the end of today’s episode, I said to Dan the Man:
“I hope your cough will have gone before the next podcast”
This is the future perfect tense. Very sexy.
But when do we use it?
We use to describe a FUTURE ACTION that will be finished BEFORE a SPECIFIC moment in the future.
In this example, the ‘future action’ is the cough going away and the specific time in the future is the next podcast.
You will often see the word ‘before’ used with this tense and often the word ‘when’. For example:
“when I am 80, I will have made more than 1000 podcasts”
Now that’s Rock n’ Roll.
When you have listened to the podcast and read the above, then you’re ready for the quiz below!
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Which is a correct third conditional sentence?
If someone pisses me off, it means:
“Do you think it will rain later?”
“I reckon so”.
In this conversation, “I reckon so” means:
If someone is refusing to tell me something and I say, “come on, spit it out”. This means:
If you listen to uplifting music, it means:
If you live life in the fast lane, it means:
If you make a mountain out of a molehill, it means:
I broke my leg and you ask me how it is and I respond “I’m on the mend”. This means:
Which of these sentences is correct?