April Fool’s Day
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Kate: Hello, I’m Kate Colin and this is 6 minute English. Today I’m joined again by Jackie Dalton. Hi Jackie.
Jackie: Hi Kate
Kate: As you may know, yesterday, April 1st was April Fool’s Day!
Jackie: Well, to be honest, I completely forgot …..until I was caught out that is…
Kate: Oh no – what happened?
Jackie: Well, my flatmate changed my clock so I ended up getting up a whole hour earlier than I needed to. I only realised just before I was about to leave the house and I heard the time on the radio. I felt quite silly!
Kate: Oh dear, but at least you were nice and early for work. I bet you’d have preferred an extra hour in bed though. Well April Fool’s Day is the one day of the year when we are all allowed to have some fun and play a few jokes on our friends and colleagues. Newspapers, radio stations and even large companies have their share of fun as well. But before we go any further, here’ s my question for this week: In the UK on April Fool’s Day, we are traditionally allowed to play jokes on people until what time. Is it:
c) 4 o’clock