Simplified Speech #115 – Are you injury prone?
Summary: Be careful where you step! If you’re injury-prone, you might just twist an ankle. In this episode of Simplified Speech, Andrew and Jeremy talk about their worst injuries.<br> In this episode, you’ll hear how native English speakers talk about accidents and injuries. Along the way, you’ll hear useful idiomatic expressions used when talking about physically painful experiences. This episode is perfect for intermediate level English learners who want to improve their English and become fluent.<br> their listening and speaking fluency. Without further ado, let’s get crackin’ on this episode!<br> <br> <br> <br> <a href="https://esl.culips.com/Lipservice-prtd/ss115.pdf" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer"><br> </a><br> <a href="https://esl.culips.com/1000/03/13815/"></a><br> <br> <br> <br> Fun facts<br> One of the key words our hosts frequently use in this episode is prone. Prone comes from the Latin word pronus, which means physically bent forward or inclined to. So when someone is injury-prone, they’re inclined to be injured!<br> <br> <br> Expressions included in the study guide<br> <br> <br> <br> * To be prone to<br> * To mangle<br> * To shove [something] back into place<br> * To draw out<br> * To come back from<br> <br> <br> <br> Copyright: <a href="http://www.culips.com">Culips.com</a><br> For more information about this episode, visit culips.com.<br> Credit: Something Elated by Broke For Free, Step On by Jahzzar<br>