In this week’s episode, we’re talking about favorites! Dan’s excited about his topic because we love talking about the things we love! We talk about some of our favorite foods, emojis, memories, photos, artists, and more!
We also give you a tip about spelling in the UK vs the US- did you know they were different? Finally, stay tuned to the end because we talk about adjectives and improving your vocabulary.
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spelling bee: a spelling competition
garden [British English] = yard [American English]:
Language Focus: British English vs American English Spelling
-our VS -or
When we talk about things we love and that we’re passionate about, we often use stronger adjectives. When we “stronger” adjectives, we mean adjectives that are more advanced than “nice” or “good”. It’s important for you to try and increase your vocabulary with adjectives to have more colorful language. This will connect people to what you’re saying in a stronger way.
How can you improve your adjective knowledge?
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to get something rolling
if it aint broke, don’t fix it
bring things up to date
to lose it
to come undone
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