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#60 | Stuck On A Knot (with Scott Brandon)

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When Scott goes exploring in a dark cave and gets stuck hanging on a rope with no light, he has to use his imagination to find a way out.

Level: Advanced

Accent: United States (Ohio)

🚐 Ready to take your English further? ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠CLICK HERE⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ FOR FULL EPISODE PACKAGE⁠ with vocabulary, test, and transcript!

5 words and expressions in today's story:

- CAVING / SPELUNKING (CAVER/SPELUNKER): Exploring caves as an adventure activity. A caver or spelunker is someone who enjoys this, often with helmets and lights for safety.

Examples: "The spelunker explored deep caves, amazed by the rocks." or "Caving is fun for people who like discovering new places."

- TO GET DRENCHED: To get completely wet, usually from rain or water.

Examples: "We got drenched in the rain, running for cover." or "The kids got drenched playing in the water."

- SLACK VS TAUT: Slack means loose, while taut means tight.

Examples: "Check the rope is taut before climbing." or "He adjusted the slack in the rope for better climbing."

- TO NOT SAY SOMETHING LIGHTLY: To say something seriously, not casually.

Examples: "I don't say this lightly, but we need to change." or "She didn't say it lightly when apologizing."

- TANGLED VS UNTANGLED: Tangled means twisted, while untangled means straightened out.

Examples: "The wires were tangled and hard to fix." or "She untangled the knots in the necklace."

Episode Links:

- For more thoughts and inspiration from Scott Brandon, follow him on LinkedIn.

- Visit Scott’s website.

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When Scott goes exploring in a dark cave and gets stuck hanging on a rope with no light, he has to use his imagination to find a way out.

Level: Advanced

Accent: United States (Ohio)

🚐 Ready to take your English further? ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠CLICK HERE⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ FOR FULL EPISODE PACKAGE⁠ with vocabulary, test, and transcript!

5 words and expressions in today's story:

- CAVING / SPELUNKING (CAVER/SPELUNKER): Exploring caves as an adventure activity. A caver or spelunker is someone who enjoys this, often with helmets and lights for safety.

Examples: "The spelunker explored deep caves, amazed by the rocks." or "Caving is fun for people who like discovering new places."

- TO GET DRENCHED: To get completely wet, usually from rain or water.

Examples: "We got drenched in the rain, running for cover." or "The kids got drenched playing in the water."

- SLACK VS TAUT: Slack means loose, while taut means tight.

Examples: "Check the rope is taut before climbing." or "He adjusted the slack in the rope for better climbing."

- TO NOT SAY SOMETHING LIGHTLY: To say something seriously, not casually.

Examples: "I don't say this lightly, but we need to change." or "She didn't say it lightly when apologizing."

- TANGLED VS UNTANGLED: Tangled means twisted, while untangled means straightened out.

Examples: "The wires were tangled and hard to fix." or "She untangled the knots in the necklace."

Episode Links:

- For more thoughts and inspiration from Scott Brandon, follow him on LinkedIn.

- Visit Scott’s website.

💛 Get more of Into the Story! Subscribe to our free newsletter for exclusive psychology insights and Bree’s personal reflections.

  continue reading

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