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What (Not) to Say About Thoughts, and Monty Python

Learn what idioms about thinking are annoying and overused, and then learn better slang and vocabulary for ‘thoughts’ and ‘thinking’. Plus, watch the most famous scenes from the movie Monty Python and the Holy Grail!

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‘Ditching’ School or Work, and Naughty Teen Pranks

Today you’ll learn to talk about ‘ditching’ school or work, and names for naughty American teenage pranks.

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The Gift of Gab and Christmas Pressies

Merry Christmas! Here’s a little gift of vocabulary for ya! In this article, you’ll learn native slang and idioms related to gifts and presents, as well as some personal anecdotes and reflections from me! Ho ho ho!

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How Natives Talk About Breakups and Dating (Mostly Breakups!)

In this video lesson, you’ll learn 6 very native and modern slang terms and idioms for talking about the end of relationships. Unfortunately, we could all use these at some point! Plus, aren’t breakups a part of so many good films?!

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Let's Come Clean About Being Honest

Today you’ll learn native slang and idioms about being honest and direct, with yourself and others. You’ll also hear my favorite, brutally honest, Led Zeppelin song from 1969!

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Why We Say ‘Dude’, Friendly Phrases, and a Christmas Bonus!

Today you’ll find out about the history behind the word dude (from the Revolutionary War to cowboys), a Christmas bonus waiting just for you, and the epic Coen brothers’ film The Big Lebowski.

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Lovers, 'Friends with Benefits', and Hot Tubs

Today you’ll learn how to refer to your romantic partner, and see a memorable Saturday Night Live sketch about lovers that I still quote to this day!

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Be On the Ball With These Active Idioms

Learn 4 native and active idioms to describe your life and energy, and see the most famous scene from my favorite sports movie, A League of Their Own.

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These Idioms Are Signed, Sealed, Delivered... They’re Yours!

Today you’ll learn about 4 native idioms with the word ‘seal’, a classic Stevie Wonder song, and the most iconic American sitcom from the 1980’s.

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Foul Things Up Like a Native

Today you’ll learn the many, many ways natives use the interesting word ‘foul’, and you’ll also learn about one of my favorite pop culture flawed protagonists.

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