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Ambiguity in English - Anne-Marie / 2002

Ambiguity in English – Anne-Marie / 2002

Ambiguity in English no. 4,109

Listen to the song called “2002” by the English singer Anne-Marie.

“Singing at the top of both our lungs…”

Do they each have one lung or two?

How could you rephrase this to avoid ambiguity? Please leave a comment below!

Image: http://press.atlanticrecords.com/anne-marie/

 

Using Castle on the Hill by Ed Sheeran to Teach English Grammar

In this podcast we explore using the popular song Castle on the Hill by Ed Sheeran in an English class. We look at the use of tenses in the song – especially past simple, used to/would + infinitive, and present perfect.

Download free MP3 lesson: Using Castle on the Hill by Ed Sheeran to Teach English Grammar (12MB, Google Drive)

You can watch the video for Castle on the Hill below and read the lyrics here:

The questions that I wrote on the board:

Board Questions

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