Hey guys it’s Michael here from Happy English and I’m back with another podcast English lesson. Before we do anything else I want to give a shout-out to all the medical professionals, doctors, nurses, pharmacists, and everyone else working in health care. Thank you all! These are exceptional times and I know that many of you are working under conditions that are…well, quite frankly, unprecedented. All of us appreciate what you are doing.
Unprecedented. Unprecedented means that the situation has never happened before. This global pandemic is unprecedented. Please everyone be sure to stay safe and stay healthy.
For today’s English lesson, I want to talk about vocabulary related to space. Not outer space, but physical space here on earth. Ok, let’s get the ball rolling!
Here are the example sentences. To get the details of this English lesson, you need to listen to the podcast or check the transcript for the details.
- I have two spaces in my schedule on Fridays for classes.
- There is a space between the sofa and the wall.
- There isn’t enough space in her closet for any more clothes.
- There would have to be more space in the garage to fit two cars.
- Jim lives in an apartment with two rooms.
- Frank has a huge house with over 15 rooms.
- There is not a lot of room in economy class on a plane.
- I have enough room on my desk for a laptop, a file, and a cup of coffee.
- Central Park has a spacious lawn.
- The hotel room has a spacious living room with an excellent view
- The seats in business class are roomy and comfortable.
- When I became the manager, the company gave me a roomy, corner office.
- My seat on the flight to Miami was very cramped.
- The apartment I rented in NYC was small and cramped.
- Times Square is the most congested place in NYC.
- The highways in LA are often congested, even when it is not the rush hour.
- The highway was jam-packed during the rush hour.
- The tour I went on was jam-packed with fun activities every day.
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