In your country, do you have cute names that you use for family members? Have you ever wondered...
Neither? Either? Me too? Agreeing with someone in English can be complicated, especially when you add negatives, positives, and different verb tenses. To help you out, Andrew and Suzanne discuss ways of agreeing like a native speaker.
During this episode, our hosts mention a space movie. Even though we might think Star Wars and other space movies are a recent phenomenon, they have been around for more than 100 years. In fact, A Trip to the Moon by Georges Méliès was made in 1902.
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