links
The website of Radio Australia:
Radio Australia
broadcast
Broadcast is an irregular verb. Follow the link to find out more.
more information: broadcast
see fit
If you see fit or think fit to do something, then you think it's acceptable or right to do it.
Example: You should disipline your child if you see fit.
no say
If you have no say in something, you are not consulted or listened to.
Example: I had no say in the redesign of the website.
brought
Here brought is the past participle of the irregular verb bring. Follow the link to find out more and to listen to examples.
more information: bring
read
Here read is the past participle of the irregular verb read. Follow the link to find out more and to listen to examples.
more information: read
ran into
To run into problems or difficulties is to start to experience them, usually suddenly or unexpectedly.
Example: I hope we don't run into any major problems with the deadline so close.
For more meanings of the phrasal verb run into, follow the link.
more information: run into
countries
Notice that words spelled with a consonant and a 'y' have the 'y' change to an 'i' and 'es added when forming the plural: country - countries. Follow the link to find out more.
more information: 'y' plurals
they're
Notice that in this sentence and the next one two spellings of the word pronounced 'there' are used. Follow the link to find out why.
more information: they're their there
heard
Here heard is the past participle of the irregular verb hear. Follow the link to find out more and to listen to examples.
more information: hear
an
See that 'an' is used before words that start with a vowel sound. Follow the link for more.
more information: a & an