Days of the Week: Friday, I’m in Love

 

I’ve noticed quite a few strong learners still have some trouble remembering or pronouncing the days of the week. Here’s a catchy tune from the 90s to help you remember.

“Friday I’m In Love”

I don’t care if Monday’s blue Tuesday’s grey and Wednesday too Thursday I don’t care about you It’s Friday I’m in love Monday you can fall apart Tuesday, Wednesday break my heart Thursday doesn’t even start It’s Friday I’m in love Saturday wait And Sunday always comes too late But Friday never hesitate… I don’t care if Monday’s black Tuesday, Wednesday heart attack Thursday never looking back It’s Friday I’m in love Monday you can hold your head Tuesday, Wednesday stay in bed Or Thursday watch the walls instead It’s Friday I’m in love Saturday wait And Sunday always comes too late But Friday never hesitate… Dressed up to the eyes It’s a wonderful surprise To see your shoes and your spirits rise Throwing out your frown And just smiling at the sound And as sleek as a shriek Spinning round and round Always take a big bite It’s such a gorgeous sight To see you in the middle of the night You can never get enough Enough of this stuff It’s Friday I’m in love

What words and expressions we can learn from this post?

Blue: (of a person or mood) melancholic, sad, or depressed

Grey: without interest or character; dull and nondescript.

Fall apart: break up, fall to pieces or disintegrate.

Hesitate: pause in indecision before saying or doing something, be reluctant to so something

A black day: a day when something very unpleasant or sad happens

Look back: to cast one’s mind to the past

Dressed up to the eyes: dress in very smart or formal clothes.

Spirits rise: become lively and cheerful behaviour or mood.

Throw out: expel: force to leave or move out

Frown: To wrinkle your forehead, as in thought, displeasure, disapproval or distaste.

Sleek: Smooth, polished; glossy:

Shriek: utter a high-pitched piercing sound or words, especially as an expression of terror, pain, or excitement

Spin: turn or whirl round quickly

Gorgeous: very beautiful

Catchy tune: a song that is nice and easy to remember

 

How about you?

  1. What’s your favourite day of the week?
  2. And your favourite catchy tune?
  3. What techniques do you use to memorise new words in English?

 

Tell Lem! …xo

 

This post was created by Ines, who enjoys reminiscing with The Cure once in a while.

 

 

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