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Tuesday at 6:30 pm
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How does a weekend barbeque sound to you? :mrgreen:

Wednesday at 5:52 pm
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Hello Haitha,

"to hang out with" means to spend time with, for example "I enjoy hanging out with my friends".

Where exactly in the track to you hear "spot a familiar figure ahead"? "to spot" means to see and "a familiar figure" is someone you know or recognize.

Hope this helps and if you have any other questions, please don't hesitate!

Good luck!


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Saturday at 7:48 am
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Could you help me with question i have, the firs one " spot a familiar figure ahead"

i can't understand what mean, and another question "hang out with" when and why we used it.

thanks ,