AE 1071 - Reaction

Aussie Surfer English & Slang Lesson

Learn English in this episode of the Aussie English podcast where I react to a funny interview of hero surfers who saved some tourists in AU!

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In today's episode...

How’s it going, everyone?

I went around YouTube looking for Australian heroes and well, I believe these two surfer dudes from Gold Coast, QLD really made my day!

Local surfers Nick Chalmers and Angus McNicol didn’t hesitate to help some tourists off a freakish wave activity in Kirra Beach.

Join me today as I go over the typical yet interesting vocab used in this funny interview!

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      1. Hi Pete,
        Could you please tell me what does “fronth”means? —— I’m frothing to hear this story.

        My dictionary only showed me these two definitions: N – Froth is a mass of small bubbles on the surface of a liquid. & V-I If a liquid froths, small bubbles appear on its surface.

        99% of the time,I have no problem to use my dictionary,but meanwhile,I am curious that what kind of the dictionare you are using ? Probably it will be the better one for me to use.Hopefully,that is ok to ask.

        Thank you very much.