This episode is called Rambling and Ranting. Rambling and Ranting These are two useful words to remember
Ramble means to talk…but ramble means to talk in a way that is a little disorganized. When someone rambles, they keep talking while changing the topic often.
So, I’m going to ramble a little today.
Rant means to complain. But when you rant, you complain about something that is important to you. You rant when you feel strongly about something. How do we use this word? You can say somebody is ranting. And we have the idiom to be on a rant. That guy was on a rant. It seems like these days a lot of politicians are on a rant. And the media is on a rant about the politicians. That’s Rambling and Ranting. Here’s my contribution to that.
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