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British Life: Seeing Someone Off

May 26, 2024 Season 1 Episode 277
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British Life: Seeing Someone Off
May 26, 2024 Season 1 Episode 277

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E277: πŸŽ™οΈ Welcome Plus Members to a special bonus episode of The English Like a Native Podcast where we explore the heartfelt ritual of "seeing off" loved ones. Join me as I share a tender moment from this morning, waving goodbye to my children as they embark on a short adventure with their grandparents.

πŸ‘‹ But "seeing off" isn't just about saying goodbye; it's a symbol of connection and love. Whether it's at the airport, train station, or simply at the front door, this tradition embodies the essence of strong relationships and cherished moments together.

❓ As I reflect on this tradition, I invite you to share your own experiences and cultural customs. Do you practice a similar ritual in your country? Or perhaps you have unique traditions that bring loved ones closer?

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E277: πŸŽ™οΈ Welcome Plus Members to a special bonus episode of The English Like a Native Podcast where we explore the heartfelt ritual of "seeing off" loved ones. Join me as I share a tender moment from this morning, waving goodbye to my children as they embark on a short adventure with their grandparents.

πŸ‘‹ But "seeing off" isn't just about saying goodbye; it's a symbol of connection and love. Whether it's at the airport, train station, or simply at the front door, this tradition embodies the essence of strong relationships and cherished moments together.

❓ As I reflect on this tradition, I invite you to share your own experiences and cultural customs. Do you practice a similar ritual in your country? Or perhaps you have unique traditions that bring loved ones closer?

⭐ ENGLISH LIKE A NATIVE PLUS ⭐

Join English Like A Native Plus - a membership allowing you to access the bonus episodes, plus live classes and all podcasts' transcripts & vocab lists. Become a Plus Member here: https://englishlikeanative.co.uk/elan-podcast/

Five-a-Day Database
Access all the vocabulary covered in the Five-a-Day series. This database is constantly updated.
You can even make a copy and personalise it with your own example sentences.
Get access now by joining my ELAN Newsletter πŸ‘ˆ