Memories: Just how reliable are they?

Click! The shutter sounds as the camera captures the image. You smile, knowing you’ve captured an incredible memory. From your family’s first trip to Disney World, to your child’s graduation from college, to your special day — these moments are never forgotten. They become a part of who you are and shape how you see the world around you. Or do they?

In this video lesson we:

  • Talk about memories

  • Use idioms related to memories

  • Debate fake / false memories

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Synonymsflannel-cake, battercake, flapcake, hotcake, pancake, griddlecake
UsageHis flapjacks were so thin and light that they could have passed for crêpes.

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