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And we have some giveaways for members. As I mentioned last week we have some Super Simple Sings CDs to give away at the end of July, August and September, which is very exciting.
One of the things that I love about Super Simple Songs is that they let people upload videos of kids doing actions or singing along to their songs, which is awesome.
With a lot of music published by big companies you’d never get permission to do that. And it’s really cool to see how different people use the songs in their classes and you can get ideas for how to use them in your classes. And the kids are really cute too.
Kia Ora, this is Stick News. Hundreds of naked cyclists went for a bike ride in London last Friday. They were protesting against oil dependency and car culture as well as celebrating body freedom.
World Naked Bike Ride - Wikipedia
World Naked Bike Ride - site
Word of the Day
Today’s word is kit.
Kit is a British English word for clothes.
Get your kit off means get naked.
And here are some more words for naked:
in the buff
in one’s birthday suit
in the nuddy
conversations with sarah
Would you do it?
Would you do it?
The naked bike ride?
Mmm, maybe. How about you?
Really? I think it would be quite fun. If it wasn’t too cold.
本当？ 面白いんじゃないかと思うけど。 もし寒くないなら。
But there are so many people taking photos.
Yeah, I wouldn’t be so keen on that.
And it’s not really fair that some people are wearing clothes.
True. It would be better if everyone was naked.
Show 765 Monday 16 June
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