17 – 4 Ways To Use The Word Barbecue

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Learn 4 ways to use the word barbecue. Today, we are going to get into the summer season by having a look at the word barbecue. Barbecue is used as a verb, adjective, and a noun…so let’s find out how!

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  1. 1. Michael’s family barbecue all year round; 2. As a noun, barbecue means ‘outside grill’ but also ‘outside party where the food is cooked on an outside grill’.
    Hmm I have an idea of a new topic that you could talk about/make a podcast about, which is: British English vs. American English. Because many of us usualy get confused because of the differences between BE and AE. It’s just an idea 🙂

  2. Hi Michael,

    1. Michael’s family usually barbecue all year around.
    2. The word barbecue means an outside grill or an outdoor party where food is cooked on the outside grill when it is used as noun.

    We haven’t made up our mind about buying our own barbecue.

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