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  • Whoa.

  • Ana, this is Miss Weaver.

  • Was Weaver Tomorrow you'll be interviewing musician M A G C.

  • I will be talking to Emma.

  • Gee, uh, are you there?

  • And Mrs Weaver used the future continuous verb tense to talk about the interview.

  • We use future continuous to talk about actions that will be in progress at or around the time in the future.

  • For example, Miss Weaver says, So you'll be interviewing musicians and the key.

  • There are two options for future continuous.

  • The first is will be plus the i N g form of the verb.

  • And the second is B plus going to be plus the i N g form of the verb.

  • Keep watching for more Hello, and welcome to the music today.

  • Musician M A G will be joining us here.

  • She is a wonderful songwriter and an amazing singer, and I give a warm welcome here.

  • Well, we can't wait to hear you thing.

  • I listen to your music a lot, so I feel like I know you Is that strange on a listening to music can be a very personal experience, you know, that's not strange.

  • Good, Because I made something for you a video scrapbook of our friendship.

  • I took photos of you and added myself.

  • I worked on it all weekend that that thing is that even.

  • Is that even legal?

  • Now, Emma, let's talk about your schedule.

  • Tell me.

  • I mean, tell us exactly where you will be and when.

  • Exactly.

  • Sure.

  • Well, in early June, I will be performing at several venues across Austin, Texas.

  • That's my vacation week.

  • I could meet you there.

  • We can tour the city.

  • We can have lunch.

  • Uh, yeah.

  • Maybe.

  • Uh then in mid July, I'm gonna be teaching at music camp in Chicago.

  • I will be visiting my sister.

  • Then she only lives six hours from Chicago.

  • I could drive over.

  • We could hang out.

  • Yeah, uh, maybe, You know, maybe now is a good time for some music.

  • That's a great idea.

  • Now let's hear a song from M A.

  • G E.

  • I wrote this on a couple of years ago.

  • It's cold there.

  • Do you believe in happy and things Dio Really?

  • Bill a that wake of a e.

  • I think something is wrong.

  • I hear a voice in the background.

  • Sorry.

  • Sorry.

  • And that with me I'm just so excited I just No problem.

  • I'm glad you like the song.

  • You go ahead.

  • You go ahead.

  • OK, Teoh, believe in happy.

  • And there's no time Marine in this.

  • I'm so sorry.

  • I'm so sorry, Emma.

  • See, I've always wanted to sing with you.

  • Well, come on over then.

  • And we can sing a song together first.

  • No, I couldn't.

  • Come on.

  • It'll be fun.

  • Okay.

  • Here.

  • I brought my favorite song.

  • Oh, Uh, okay.

  • Actually, I like this song.

  • Um, Are you ready?

  • Yes.

  • Yes.

  • Okay.

  • Every every.

  • Everybody will be watching you.


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Let's Learn English Level 2 Lesson 23: Rock Star

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/07/03
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