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Session 1: Irregular verbs

In 6 Minute Vocabulary, Finn and Catherine introduce us to four groups of irregular verbs.

In each group there are three verb forms, in this order: infinitive, past simple, past participle.

Group 1

begin, began, begun

sing, sang, sung

Group 2

break, broke, broken

speak, spoke, spoken

wake, woke, woken

Group 3

blow, blew, blown

grow, grew, grown

know, knew, known

Group 4

drive, drove, driven

write, wrote, written

Session 3: Do you want to get a date?

being the third wheel
(here) being in a place where you are not needed

soulmate
someone who thinks and behaves like you, and loves you

reputable
trustworthy

algorithm
set of instructions which help a computer to do calculations

catfish 
(informal) person who creates a fake online dating profile, in order to trick people into giving them money

sassy
very confident

eagerness
enthusiasm

niche
specific to a group

extra-marital affair
secret sexual or romantic relationship that your husband or wife does not know about

red faces
embarrassment

casual sex
sexual relationship that will not develop into a romantic relationship

chemistry
(here) physical attraction between people

blind date
meeting with romantic purposes between two people who don't know each other, and which was organised by someone who knows them both

flirting
behaving towards somebody in a way that shows that you are sexually or romantically attracted to them

fussy
(here) demanding; wanting specific things and refusing to accept alternatives

Session 4: the Dodgy Dating Agency

suitable
(here) right for a particular person

a bore
not interesting

affectionate
shows love and care about someone

to snap her up
commit to someone very quickly

trainspotting
watching trains and writing down their numbers and names as a hobby

enough said
there is no need to say anymore