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Lesson 1

 

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Questions:

 

Shadow Time Transcript:

I couldn’t wear this shirt when I was a kid, as it used to chaff my nipple when I ran.

 

Make It Personal

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Full video transcript:

Ok, so I’m going to show you a picture of me on holiday…

A question:

What is the name of this part of the body? Can you see the specific part?

You know…

This part!

Now don’t start thinking sexual things, ok? This is an education video. We say: nipple.

As I said: nipple.

Ok so… let’s start!

One Christmas, when I was a child, I got a present.

I got this shirt.

But…

There was a problem

When I used to run…

The shirt used to do this…

A question for you:

Do you think it was painful?

Oh yea!

So what did this shirt…

Do to my nipple?

Good question!

It __________ my nipple.

It chafed my nipple.

It chafed my nipple.

It chafed my nipple.

Ow!

ANSWER QUESTIONS

Ok, so now remember to answer all of the questions related to this word.

Have you answered all of them?

SHADOW TIME!

I couldn’t wear this shirt when I was a kid, as it used to chaff my nipple when I ran.

Notice how it’s split into 2 parts:

I couldn’t wear this shirt when I was a kid…

… as it used to chafe my nipple when I ran.

Take your time. Remember, one second after me to repeat, just go slow, you can do it, baby!

IMAGINE AN IMAGE

So now let’s think of it: chafe, chafe. Does it make you think of anything in your language?

Erm… third person: it chafes.

Erm… it chafed.

It will chafe.

Chafe, chafe, chafe.

MAKE IT PERSONAL

Think of a t-shirt or something that used to chafe you. Think, think, think… of a specific example.

What was the t-shirt?

Or was it something else?

RECORD YOUR STORY

On your phone, talk like this. Remember, it’s easy, baby.

EMAIL ME

Send it to me

And just keep on ROCKin’!

 

RnR Grammar

Notice in the video I said ‘I got a present’. In this situation, ‘got’ means ‘received’. This is one of its MANY meanings!

But it sounds strange to say ‘I received a present’, so when you say this sentence, make sure you say ‘I got a present’!

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