10 minute dating podcast
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I mean, I’d like you to say how brilliant it is of course so that way I can get more listeners, yeh? I mean you can be honest, for example, and say ‘I think it’s quite good but I found some of the episodes are a bit too long these days’ or something like that. So you can leave a review on my i Tunes page or you can send me an e-mail by teacher Luke… Now, in today’s podcast, first of all, I’m just going to tell you what I’ve been doing recently. So that’s ‘Hi, How’s it going.’ ‘How’s it going’ is another way of saying ‘how are you’. ‘I went out with her last night.’ But we also use ‘to go out’ to mean that you’re someone’s girlfriend or boyfriend.
Or you can say ‘I think it’s very useful but the problem is Luke doesn’t write a transcript for the episodes. So I’m going to give you an update on things that I’ve been doing. And, often in a continuous form, so, ‘I’m going out with her,’ means she is my girlfriend.
Basically saying that they love the podcast and some people are using it just to learn English when they are, for example, driving to work, or travelling on the bus, or on the underground, and some people are teachers who are using the podcasts in their English lessons. ’ ‘Well, nothing.’ [Nothing really or nothing special.] But sometimes, you know, you can talk about the things that you have been doing. And when we talk about recent news like that, we often use the present perfect continuous tense or sometimes the present perfect tense. So, the present perfect continuous tense is structured like this, we have ‘have’ or ‘has’ ‘been’ and then an ‘-ing’ form. Or, ‘I’ve been playing a lot of football recently.’ Yeah? And we use that form in the question as well, ‘What have you been doing recently.’ Yeah? Now, maybe you understood it but if you didn’t, I’m going to explain it for you bit by bit now. I normally hate it when friends pair you off with complete strangers. So, when a friend pairs you off with someone, it means that your friend put you in a pair with someone. He says, ‘Oh, that will be the door.’ Right, so, what happen is, she said, ‘I hoped you are not like the other guys, I think you are not like the other guys. Actually, he thought that was somebody knocking on the door. Because when she went touch wood, he said that would be the door and he left the table because he thought somebody was knocking on the front door. And then she said ‘good’ at t he end but she doesn’t really mean it. So, I’m just going to play you the whole sketch again, so that you can listen to it from the start to the finish. So, even if the guy says really bad jokes, she’ll laugh about it. And if you fancy someone, it means you think they are attractive, you think that they are good looking. So, if you fancy someone, you might start flirting with them, for example. If you chat someone up, it means that, first of all, you find them attractive, you fancy them, and then you start talking to them, to try to make them fancy you. Now I think usually, traditionally, men chat women up. These days, women chat men up a bit as well, but traditionally it’s men who chat women up.
So, please leave a review saying how brilliant the podcast is, okay? B: Well, …[and then you talk about what you’ve been up to.] Okay? Now, I used some of these expressions in the feature section when I was talking about dating, okay? I’m going to explain some of those expressions for you now. First expression is a verb, and it’s ‘to flirt’, to flirt with someone, ‘to flirt’. So, to go out with someone just means to go on a date.