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Learn to Speak The Grand Tour

Have you ever wondered how Clarkson, Hammond, and May communicate so well even after all these years? We’ve seen them argue, yell, laugh, and maybe even shed a tear or two, but they always do a great job communicating with one another. A relationship between near life-long best friends such as their’s is no accident. It takes time, dedication, and a willingness to not only speak but also to listen. These factors become especially important when dealing with an ape, a hamster, and a very slow man.

Speaking of listening, the Grand Tour’s official YouTube channel has listened to your queries and provided answers to the question you have always wanted to know by putting together this helpful little video for all of you die-hard fans and dedicated linguists. No more will you ponder the proper way to communicate in the language of the trio. This is, The Grand Tour: Communication.

See now? It’s such a simple language to understand. Ok, maybe it isn’t. A few decades of working together creating a language all their own added to a fair helping of gearhead can be a pretty complicated language to understand, especially for those without an ear for it, but that won’t stop us from tuning in and trying out best.

What do you think about the sounds of The Grand Tour? Do you speak gearhead? Does your body flow with petrol? Let us know in the comments and be sure to tune in next week for the world premiere of The Grand Tour on Amazon Prime and let us know what you think of the boy’s new show!

Written by Nick Dunlap

Nick is a lifelong automotive enthusiast, as well as journalist, and content creator. Nick also successful competes in a variety of automotive fields including national level car shows, autocross, SCCA races, and more. He enjoys designing and building a variety of cars and helping others do the same with theirs.

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