There is a word to describe the way you feel when you are angry because you are hungry: hangry. We have a brief programme about it. More here:https://bbc.in/35wOaFU
The correct answer is b. unconventional. At 47 seconds, you can read on the screen that the nurse ‘decided to take an unconventional approach’ to the koala’s problem. She asked the local dentist to look into it.
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The correct answer is: “I loved all the wedding dresses, but finally chose the lacy one.” Well done if you got it right!
Well done! The correct answer is b) desserts. Martin has ‘a sweet tooth’ (expression meaning ‘loves sweet food’). You eat 'desserts' (a dish – usually sweet – which people eat after the main meal), and a 'desert' is a large, dry area.
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Here’s a list of some common irregular verbs with ‘c’ for you to memorise.
Look at the list and fill the gap:
“I loved all the wedding dresses, but finally ____ the lacy one.”
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Well done to everyone who said 'bridge'. Yes, the idiom 'we'll cross that bridge when we come/get to it' means that you don't want want to look at a potential problem now - but will deal it with it if/when it becomes necessary. Well done to all of you who got that right!