We are in the middle of the summer and so far we have done many things and there are still loads of more wonderful experiences to live in the coming weeks.
To begin with, we can revise the PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE by watching these two episodes of That's English so that we can talk about our past experiences.
Do you know the difference between 'meeting' and 'reunion'? And what about 'gathering'?
A meeting is any kind of gathering of people, a reunion is a meeting where people get back together. For example a school reunion, where former students meet up again after they have left school.
A meeting is an assembly of people, either by chance or by prior arrangement. This is the most generic term that covers the coming together of two or more people. A gathering is a meeting or an assembly held especially for a social or festive purpose (e.g. a family gathering).
And here's a most completed explanation provided by BBC Learning English.
And if you want to have a look at the notes I have prepared for you, here's the place where you can look them up:
Talking about music, what is the song of the summer 2018? Send me your hints.
And what about your favourite summer food?
Do you know any other words for 'gazpacho'? Here's another recipe. And if you want to watch it in French, here's my hint. Any other suggestions?