Have you even wondered what school trips are like in England? 🤔 Probably not… but now you’ll find out! 😁 There’s also talk of A-GAMES 🅰️, SWANS 😕 and Clarification Charlie is not happy with Boom Boom 😬! Listen up people and just keeeeeeep on ROCKin’! ✌️
The RnR vocab that you will learn in today’s show:
In today’s show Charlie said that she’s going on another trip soon with some 13 years olds and said:
“There might be some penises being drawn then”
Notice the use of the passive in the sentence ‘being drawn’, many people don’t know but there is also the present continuous form of the passive. Another example could be “I am being made to go to a party”.
It might sound strange ‘be’ + ‘being’, but that’s how we ROCK baby! 👊
When you have listened to the podcast and read the above, then you’re ready for the quiz below! 👊
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My friend told me he heard a rumour that Oasis will get back together next year. This means:
My friend went out with a girl last night and he told me that they got it on. This means:
If you sneak into someone’s room (like the person in the picture), this means:
If I say “perhaps I will go”, it it the same as saying:
“A ball that looks like an egg” is an apt description for an American Football. This means:
I went to The Big Smoke at the weekend. This means:
If you snog someone, it means:
Candles are made from:
When you soak up the atmosphere, it means:
“I will love you through thick and thin“, this means:
If I say ‘things are starting to look up‘ it means?
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