Vocabulary for the video!
I hope you’re enjoying this! For this section, I’d like you to learn these words. They’ll help you understand the video. Listening to the words and definitions will also help with your pronunciation.
Guest: a “guest” is someone who they invite onto a show: “The guest on the show spoke about her life.”
Have friends over: if you “have friends over”, you invite friends to your house: “I had a few friends over for dinner last night.”
Stay fit: if you “stay fit” or “keep fit”, you do exercise so you’re physically strong: “I go running in the park three times a week keep fit.”
Tough: something “tough” is difficult: “That exam was really tough.”
On the road: when a musician or actor is “on the road”, they travel around the country doing concerts, etc.: “We’ve been on the road for 3 months now.”
Veggies: vegetables: “Make sure you eat all your veggies or you won’t get any dessert.”
Stuff: this is a general word that means “things”: “Don’t forget to take your stuff to the park.”
Once in a while: if something happens “once in a while”, it happens sometimes: “I see my old school friends every once in a while.”
A slice of pizza: a piece of pizza, often in the shape of a triangle: “Would you like another slice of pizza?”
Lucky: if you’re lucky, good things happen to you: “He won the lottery. He’s so lucky!”
Bond: if you “bond” with someone, you become friends with them: “During the filming, I really bonded with the other actors.”
Siblings: your “siblings” are your brothers and sisters: “How many siblings have you got?”
To grow up: the time that you “grow up” is the time in your life when you go from being a child to an adult: “I grew up in a small town in the north.”
Proud: if you’re “proud” of something or someone, you’re pleased about the things they’ve done: “My parents are really proud of me and what I’ve done with my life.”
Very good! Now try the quiz to see how much you can remember!