Socialising

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Hello again.

Today I have a lesson for you on Socializing or Socialising. That is one of those words which American and British speakers often write differently, with either a Z or an S.

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It’s a listening lesson.

My friend is in hospital so I am intending to visit her later today. You may remember that she had a bad fall down a mountain in her sleep. Her back has not healed properly so she has had to have some special metal jacks, a bit like you use to raise a car to change a tyre/tire, inserted into her spine. Now she has to lie still for several days.

The weather here is beginning to change. Not a huge surprise as today is the first day of Autumn. I am wearing a pullover/jumper/sweater for the first time in months.

Pearson BROWN

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