Good evening, fellas! Hope you had an amazing day!
We are going to play an #EngGame today! I’ll tweet words with scrambled letters, and you’re going to guess what the words are.
Clue: they are all related to concert. Are you ready? #EngGame
1. P-S-A-R-E G-E-T-N-C-E-S-E
The ability to get the audience’s attention. #EngGame
A newcomer. #EngGame
3. A-T-N P-O-C-G-I-N-E
An entertainment act who performs before the headliner. #EngGame
4. P-O-S-H T-I-M
An act of pushing or slamming into one another in certain area at a concert. #EngGame
A list of requests or demands that a performer sets as criteria for performance. #EngGame
6. P-C-Y-L S-I-N
Miming the lyrics to a pre-recorded song or vocals. #EngGame
A group of musicians performing together. #EngGame
8. C-U-R-F-R D-W-I-G-O-N-S
Passing somebody overhead from person to person (pic from Pinterest). #EngGame
The last part of a performance, normally dramatic or exciting. #EngGame
Repeated or additional part of a performance, usually called for by the audience. #EngGame
All right, fellas! Those are our questions. I’ll be back in 10 minutes to retweet the correct answers. Stay tuned! #EngGame
I’m back!! Before I start with the answers, did you know that the biggest concert to date had 3.5 million attendees? That. Was. Massive.
Now to the answers. #EngGame
- Stage presence
- Opening act
- Mosh pit
- Lip sync
- Crowd surfing
There you go, fellas! Don’t be discouraged if your answers were not retweeted. You can always join another #EngGame.
Tomorrow, we’re going to discuss something that came to our inbox: the use of ‘then’ and ‘with’ in a sentence.
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Thank you so much for joining today’s #EngGame!! I hope you had as much fun as I did :))
Good night, fellas! Goodbye!