Can you feel the love in the air this week? We can, because it’s Valentine’s Day week! This is not your typical Valentine’s Day themed English resource, as we’re not sharing the history of the day or why we celebrate. Instead, you’ll hear some of Jennifer and Dan’s fondest memories and a lot of related idioms, phrasal verbs, and expressions.
Stay tuned to our language focus, where we’ll share ways to learn, review, and memorize idioms and English expressions!
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Long story short
to mind something
Language Focus: How to Learn Idioms and Expressions - by theme
In today's episode we reviewed a lot of idioms related to the human body; however, you can also hear idioms about food and plants/trees.
Check out the episode guide for more details about learning by theme and to review the following:
Top of one’s head
Back of one’s mind
To pop into one’s head
To be out of one’s hands
English Expressions & Idioms
Call it for what it is
To get facts straight
To go all out
Ride something out/to stick something out
"Fancy meeting you here"
To be on the rocks
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