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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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Use These 5 Horse Idioms, and a Show Called Baskets

Today I’ll talk about how to use 5 common English idioms with the word ‘horse’, and I’ll talk about a recent TV favorite from comedian Zach Galifianakis.

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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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Amusing Slang for Amounts, and Wu Tang Clan Actors

Learn funny phrases natives use for numbers and amounts, as well as some some super cool hip hop and indie movie pop culture.

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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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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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Names For Our Rudest Finger (A.K.A. Flipping the Bird)

Today you’ll learn the names for our rudest American gesture, and also hear about a fictional podcast that was turned into a TV series starring Julia Roberts! So much cool information in today’s lesson!

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3 Common English Sayings with Racist Origins

Did you know that the phrase ‘long time no see’ began as a racist mockery? Read this article to find out the origins of 3 common English sayings, and also get a recommendation for one of the most talked about movies of 2017.

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