Showing posts with label infinitive. Show all posts
Showing posts with label infinitive. Show all posts

Friday, 17 May 2013

Daft Punk feat. Pharell Williams- "Get Lucky"

Ready to listen to the hit of the moment?I have little doubt that "Get Lucky" by Daft Punk will be particularly cherished by teenagers as well as disco music lovers because it is quite catchy, easy to understand and fresh, isn't it?

Level: beginner

Grammar focus on:  present simple vs. infinitive

Activity: fill-in with the correct form of the verbs given between brackets

Get Lucky

Lyrics taken from: http://www.directlyrics.com/daft-punk-get-lucky-lyrics.html

Video:




Linguistic aspects: today I'd like to recommend you this significant site: http://www.idiomeanings.com/idioms/raise-the-bar/ where you will find the sense of the idiomatic expression "let's raise the bars", meaning that you are inviting someone else to set higher standards than the expected ones. An other interesting aspect is related to the expression: "I'm up all night to get lucky", used to say that you are eager to have an occasional sexual intercourse with someone you have just met.

P.S. By the way, don't miss Barack Obamba Singing 'Get Lucky', a hilarious mix of the speeches held by the US president as a parody of the well-known hit: