Chatterbox #20 – Alethe the Aussie!

Have you ever wanted to travel around the world? Well, that is just what Alethe is doing! We met with her while she was in Canada on her trip around the world. Originally from Australia, she tells us about the places she has visited, her impressions of Canada and where she is headed next. If you are thinking about travelling or just dream of doing it, listen to her stories.

Expressions included in the Study Guide

  • Mum/mom
  • To end up – To end up has a similar meaning to “resulting in”, like finally or in the end. To end up is pretty common and particular to certain situations. Here are more examples using to end up.
  • Alison: Did you get all your shopping done today?
  • Tonisha: No! I ended up meeting a friend instead
  • A mid-life crisis
  • A rite of passage
  • Jumper/sweater and Toque/beanie
  • Vancouver Island
  • Both worlds

Copyright: Audio/Study Guide: Culips

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