- What do you fancy doing this weekend?
- Great music! Freddie Mercury with subtitles
- Answers to last Sunday’s quiz on movies and television.
So, tell me, what do you fancy doing this weekend?
(* = What do you feel like doing?)
Remember ‘I fancy’ is followed by an ing or a noun.
I fancy relaxing, reading my book and playing with my dog.
A slang/informal way of using I fancy means I like someone romantically or physically. For example, I fancy Hugh Jackman! My friend fancies the pizza delivery man.
Here in Madrid there is a heatwave (*a period, a few days or a week) of extreme heat. I’m boiling = I’m extremely hot.
So all I fancy doing is lying down, eating an ice cream 🍦 and having a fan on me (*fan= ventilator). What about you? Tell me in the comments.
Click here to see my short video on the heatwave on YouTube
Heat = noun,
Hot = adjective
Don’t Stop Me Now!
Here is some great music for a Friday! With subtitles available in English and Spanish so you can actually see what Freddie Mercury is singing about in this great song!
Click here to watch the Don’t stop me now on YouTube
The answers to last Sunday’s movie quiz
Click here to go to the Cinema article containing the quiz.
1. TV channel, 2. comedy, 3. subtitles, 4. actor, 5. popcorn, 6. boring, 7. ticket, 8 science fiction, 9. seats, 10. horror movies, 11. theatre (U.K.) / theater (USA), 12. romance, 13. action, 14. exciting, 15. special effects
How did you do? Did I you get them all correct?
Have a great weekend and whatever you do, have fun!
See you soon,