Chatterbox #102 – Canadian myths

Many cultures around the world have traditional stories that have been told for many years. We were recently asked whether Canada has any interesting myths, so here’s an episode all about our some of our stories. We talk about Canada’s Bigfoot, a flaming ghost ship, and our lost mines.You’ll have to judge for yourself whether you think these myths are true or not. Thanks to our listeners for suggesting such great topics!

Expressions included in the Study Guide

  • To see something through another person’s eyes
  • Word of mouth
  • That’s just a myth
  • Long-standing
  • Do tell
  • Bigfoot/sasquatc
  • That’s the thing
  • A hoax
  • The Ogopogo and other Canadian lake monsters
  • To give someone the benefit of the doubt
  • The Ghost Ship of Northumberland Strait
  • Lost mines
  • Fishy
  • To lose track of something

Copyright: Audio/Study Guide: Culips

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