Episode 2 – How to use the word “GET” and more. (English in Sinhala)

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Episode 02

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Topics discussed in this episode:​​

Part 01 – In this part, we are talking about a particular word and how to use it in a sentence or conversation.

Today we are going to talk about the word GET. That means the most common meanings of the GET.

1) We can get a bus to the University

2) Did you get my letter Yesterday

3) I must get some biscuits. There aren’t any left.

4) I didn’t get that, was that a joke

5). You should get an A for the maths.

Part 02 – This part will Explain a conversation using a Podcast, TV series, or a Film.

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  • Has anyone seen a toad?
  • A boy named Neville’s lost one.
  • No.
  • Oh, are you doing magic?
  • Let’s see, then.
  • Sunshine, daisies, butter mellow
  • Turn this stupid, fat rat yellow
  • Are you sure that’s a real spell?
  • Well, it’s not very good, is it?
  • I’ve only tried
  • a few simple ones myself…
  • …but they’ve all worked for me.
  • For example
  • Oculus Reparo.
  • That’s better, isn’t it?
  • Holy cricket, you’re Harry Potter!
  • I’m Hermione Granger.
  • And you are?
  • I’m Ron Weasley.
  • Pleasure.

Part 03 – In this part, we suggest you listen to a song while paying attention to its lyrics.

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Song – PERFECT – ED SHEREEN 


“Perfect” is a track written and sung by renowned vocalist Ed Sheeran. The subject of the song is a British woman by the name of Cherry Seaborn who, in addition to being a childhood friend of Ed is, as can be ascertained from the lyrics of “Perfect”, his love interest.

Part 04 – This part is for the Q and A session. Here I will tell you a story and ask you questions, and you will have to listen carefully and answer those questions.

Once upon a time, there was a cat who lived in an old house. He didn’t have an owner. One day it was starving and felt weak. After a while, It saw something moving near the door. It was a mouse. The cat jumped on to it and started to kill it. The mouse Requested mercy, trembling with fear. The cat felt pity and left it. The cat was sad because he was hungry. He went to sleep sadly. Suddenly he smelled something. He got up and saw a piece of cheese in front of him. It was the mouse who gifted it to him. Thereafter the cat and mouse became friends.

1) Did the cat live in a forest? 

2) Who was his owner?

3) Why did he feel weak?

4) Did he see something near the window? 

5) What did he see? 

6) What did the cat do? 

7) Why did the cat leave the mouse?

8) Why did he go to sleep sadly?

9) What did he see in front of him?

10) Why did they become friends?

Part 05 – In this part, I will give ten or five new words to your vocabulary and will tell you how to use these words in a sentence.

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Consider (verb)to spend time thinking about a possibility or making a decision

Don’t make any decisions before you’ve considered the situation.

Accord (noun) – Agreement – On 31 May the two leaders signed a peace accord. 

Evident (adjective) – clearly understood or seen – Her love for him was evident in all that she did.

Intend (verb)to have as a plan or purposeThe course is intended for intermediate-level students.

Utter(verb)to say something or to make a sound with your voiceShe sat through the whole meeting without uttering a word

Scarce(adjective)not easy to find or get – Food and clean water were becoming scarce.

Commit(verb)to do something illegal or something that is considered wrongHe was sent to prison for a crime that he didn’t commit.

Approach(verb) – move towards, come close to – We could just see the train approaching in the distance.

Policy (noun) – a plan of action adopted by an individual or social group – They believe that Europe needs a common foreign and security policy.

Vain (adjective)- unsuccessfulThe doctors gave him more powerful drugs in the vain hope that he might recover

Timestamps – (English in Sinhala)

  • Part 01 – 06.03, Part 02 – 13.22, Part 03 – 25.00, Part 04 – 28.09, Part 05 – 36.00

Resources for the above parts :

 Part 01 –

 Part 02 –

 Part 03 –

 Part 04 –

 Part 05 –

(https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/)

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