Have you ever had a crush? At some time in your life, you have probably had a crush, someone who you liked in a special way. This week, Maura and Robin are talking about the expression, “to have a crush on someone”. They also look at other ways that you can say that you are thinking about someone romantically.**This could be important for you if you have a crush on an English speaker.
Expressions included in the learning materials
- To have a crush on (someone)
- To get to know
- To bump into (someone)
- Ontario Place
- To be interested in (someone)
- To wrap (something) up
Robin: Me? I don’t know actually I can remember one when I was young, when I was, I think, 5 years old.
Maura : Tell us.
Robin: I was in Kindergarten and I had this wonderful teacher named Mrs. Carter and she was married, so it wouldn’t have worked out between us but I remember we went out to see some fireworks, my family and I and we bumped into her at Ontario place, a place in Ontario, and I remember that my heart was jumping in my chest because I ran into her but she was a really wonderful teacher, really wonderful person and because of that I got excited when I thought about her.
Maura : Yeah for sure, so a crush isn’t usually very serious so it can be between like Robin’s case, a kid, a child and maybe even an adult. It is innocent, not serious.
Audio/Learning Materials: Culips