Aug 142014
 

BBC Learning English: The English We Speak – Dinosaur: When we call someone a ‘dinosaur’, we mean they’re living in the past, they’re not very modern, and probably don’t use a lot of technology.

Helen is shocked when she hears about people described as ‘dinosaurs’. Listen to the programme to learn what this slang expression means.

 

 

The English We Speak – Dinosaur Transcript Video

 

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