Episode 94 – Buses Are Minefields 💣🚌

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Episode 94 – Buses Are Minefields 💣🚌

LISTEN to the podcast. READ the RnR Grammar. DO the quiz and…. ROCK ON!

What are the DANGERS on a bus? 🤔Listen to Boom Boom Cannon and me speak them and our 12 hour bus ride in Thailand 🇹🇭, what to do when someone steals your money 🤔 and lots more! Keeeeeep on ROCKin’ people! 💣💣💣

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

  • We’re stuck in a rut at the moment
  • I’ll come up with a review
  • You’ve kept me in the dark
  • I’ll have a good kip
  • I already was nodding off
  • I’ve got some etiquette rules to follow here
  • It’s a bit of a minefield
  • The plane had to make an emergency landing because someone stank so much
  • Someone refused to stop farting
  • You know if they take the option to sit next to you there’s something fishy going on
  • We were the pioneers
  • The main reason is so that people don’t nick your stuff
  • Once I was on crutches
  • What goes around comes around people!
  • I’m not really one to strike up a conversation with bus drivers
  • I can show off a bit here

RnR Grammar

In today’s podcast I used some serious RnR grammar when I said:

“I’d been walking around all day”

So this is the Past Perfect Continuous, which is used in the same time as the past perfect (when one action comes before another action), BUT the difference is that this form concentrates on the DURATION of the action!

I wanted to emphasise that I had been walking around ALL DAY (a long time), so I used the PPC – oh yea! 👊

When you have listened to the podcast and read the above, then you’re ready for the quiz below! 👊

Good luck!

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