173 – Safety First, People Second ⛓️

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173 – Safety First, People Second ⛓️


Bars on your window to stop burglars getting in? 🔒 That’s just one of the (real life) safety measures we talk about today, as well as the walking around with whistle looking for a dog 🐕, people called Tom, Dick and Harry 👀, people getting pushed in bushes 🌳 and lots more! So just keeeeeep on ROCKin’ baby! 👊

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

  • Finally managed to track him down
  • You’re so down to earth
  • It just popped into my mind
  • I pissed my pants
  • He did return them, fair play to him
  • Avoid shrubs outside your house
  • Well, sometimes I get carried away (when drinking)
  • You bring any Tom, Dick and Harry back to your house
  • He burgled a house, then 3 years later he repented
  • It still weighs on my mind
  • There were mitigating circumstances
  • It’s more hassle than it’s worth
  • That guy has peaked
  • He had a constant hard on
  • He is a pioneer
  • That’s bold (asking someone on a date)
  • I got turned down lots of time
  • When someone breaks in your house

RnR Grammar

In today’s episode I said that I ‘got turned down’ many times by girls. Notice the word ‘get’ here, as the action of turning down was done by someone else (the girls) and I just ‘received’ the action. This is a passive sentence, it would be more formal to say ‘I was turned down’, but ‘get’ is often used instead of the verb ‘to be’.

If we want to make this an active sentence, we can say “I turned Martin down”… but obviously that would only come from one of the many girls that DID the action of turning me down!

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I'm Martin. I'm an English Teacher. That's about as interesting as it gets.

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