Northern Ireland Scene 2 Language Focus

Rob tells us about He said, She said, and then gives us a bit of information about the word 'bit'.

Task 1

Task 2

Task 3

We can use 'a bit' to make an adjective weaker, e.g. 'a bit nervous'. We can also use 'a little bit' and 'slightly' in the same way, e.g. 'a little bit nervous', 'slightly nervous'.


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