M: Correct. BMW. And one of the poshest cars is... The poshest.
R: The Porsche. Well, do you know, it's funny, because apparently, in America, they say Porsche, but in the UK, I've always heard it pronounced Porsche. So which is it?
M: Porsche. I think, more commonly, they say Porsche. Yeah, in, for example, in France, Monica and we talked about it, like Monica got a Porsche. And they said Porsche, or Porsche.
R: I thought they said Porsche. Which I was just like that sounds too close to the name Porsche, which is a girl's name. And I was like, that doesn't sound right. But then American pronunciation is different.
M: Yeah, dear listener. So you can just go ahead and name some of the brands. And again, even if you don't have like a Jaguar or a Rolls Royce, you can say I like them or I'd like to have a Ferrari, I like a James Bond's car. So yeah, go ahead, throw in some brands of cars, Mercedes. Yeah? Right. Then Rory prefers to be a passenger. So we have a driver and a passenger. And Rory, you said that you prefer to sit where? The front? I prefer the front.
R: I used to prefer sitting in the front. Now I don't care. Actually, it really does depend. Because do you ever go in a taxi and sometimes you don't really want to talk to people, so you just sit in the back?
M: Oh, pretty much all the time.
R: Yeah, I used to be quite good at speaking to people in taxis, but now I'm usually working. So it's like I'm really sorry. I kind of sit and chat I have to like write a message.
M: Oh yeah. So we say sit in the front or sit at the back or in the back of a car?
R: Doesn't matter.
M: So in the back or at the back. Also gonna say at the front?
M: To sit at the front. Right. Or to sit in the front seat. Seat. I prefer the front seat. It's not front, it's front, front seat. Yeah, I always sit at the back. Whenever I take a taxi, always at the back. Rory prefers to be a passenger, because there is a less responsibility for the safety of the car. Also for the safety of other people around, for the safety of trees, and, you know, everything.
R: For the safety of anyone near a car that I'm in I should be a passenger.
M: And navigation. Navigation you mean the...
R: Navigating, finding your way around.
M: Yeah. Yeah. And by the way, this one is called the steering wheel.
R: I was gonna say is this the universal sign for navigating?
M: Yeah, like too-too-too. And then all you need to do is sit, relax. And Rory said it's a breeze.
R: But that just means it's easy.
M: IELTS? It's a breeze.