Posts tagged learn american english
It’s 5pm Somewhere- Native ‘Work’ Idioms

Today you’ll learn 4 work-related idioms and phrases, and also get a pop-culture cult comedy classic recommendation for a movie that natives still quote today.

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Yada Yada- Native Slang for Too Much Talking

In this lesson, you’ll learn about native and slangy synonyms for ‘talking too much’, as well as an iconic TV episode natives still quote, called ‘The Yada Yada’.

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Take a Load Off With These Native Idioms

Today I have a special guest, my son James! In this video, we’ll teach you 6 native idioms for describing moments of feeling nervous, and then later when you feel relieved. Family friendly English!

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Stop Saying ‘Like’ and ‘Enjoy’- Say This Instead!

Today you’ll learn synonyms for ‘like’ and ‘enjoy’ so you can sound more interesting, and find out about the greatest sci-fi series, hands down.

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Dine Out on this Dinner Slang, or Go Splitsies

Learn 5 super native phrases to talk about dining and paying for food, and get a podcast recommendation with some special magic.

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When Funky is Bad, and Not Saying Disco

Today you’ll learn why we say ‘funky’, in both positive and negative situations. Plus, find out my favorite funky music to get down to!

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I Can’t Tell a Lie- These Idioms are Fabulous!

Learn the fascinating origins of two idioms for liars, and additional slang/phrases natives use with people who don’t tell the truth. Also, get a recommendation for my favorite comedic current events podcast!

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Don’t be Pissed at Today’s Lesson!

Today you’ll learn 5 slang phrases to describe your anger, plus get an excellent Pop Culture recommendation from when Martin Scorsese was in his prime.

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