Episode 59: Friendships

Hello and welcome to Episode 59. This week we’re talking about something that plays a big part in all of our lives - friendships. Do you have one best friend or lots of friends? Have you ever been close to someone but now you’re not friends? Why is it more difficult to make friends as we get older? Dan and Jennifer chat about all of these questions and stay tuned because after the conversation the language focus is all about useful idioms connected to the topic of friendship. Enjoy!

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Vocabulary & English Expressions: (see the full list in our free episode guide!)

to hurt somebody’s feelings -  to make someone feel bad

best buddies - best friends

chemistry - 

a bestie - 

Language Focus: Idioms

birds of a feather flock together - people of the same sort or with the same tastes and interests will be found together

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