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VOA一分钟英语:Get out of here2013-06-15
Welcome to English in a Minute. Usually when people say get out of here, its because they want you to leave. But in American English, when you say it in a certain way, it can mean something completely different.
VOA一分钟英语:Draw a Blank2013-06-15
Welcome to English in a Minute, where we teach you all about idioms in American English. Has this ever happened to you? A: What was the name of Americas first president?
VOA一分钟英语:Stay in Touch2013-06-12
Welcome to English in a Minute. If you ever heard people saying goodbye in American English, you probably have heard this: Make sure to stay in touch.
VOA一分钟英语:In your dreams2013-06-12
Welcome to English in a Minute. In American English, when someone responds to you by saying, In your dreams! does he mean that youre actually dreaming? A: Guess what? This weekend, I caught a fish this big.
VOA一分钟英语:A Game Plan2013-06-11
Welcome to English in a Minute. Have you ever heard this American English phrase? Whats the game plan?
VOA一分钟英语:If The Shoe Fits2013-06-09
Welcome to English in a Minute, where we teach you all about idioms in American English. Sometimes being truthful is hard, especially when you have to tell a person something unpleasant.
VOA一分钟英语:A Basket Case2013-06-07
Welcome to English in a Minute, where we teach you all about idioms in American English. Sometimes American English doesnt seem to make sense. Like this: A: Gloria has a lot of things going on in her life right now.
VOA一分钟英语:Bad Taste in my Mouth2013-06-06
Welcome to English in a Minute, where we teach you all about idioms in American English. There are times when something occurs and you might say, This left a bad taste in my mouth.
VOA一分钟英语:Miss the Point2013-06-04
Welcome to English in a Minute, where we teach you all about idioms in American English. Idioms in American English can be hard to understand. So lets see if we can figure out what this idiom means.
VOA一分钟英语:Keep My Fingers Crossed2013-06-01
Welcome to English in a Minute, where we teach you all about idioms in American English. What do you think this means? Lets listen. Keep my fingers crossed. A: Hey, How are you? B: Hey, I am doing great. Actually, I just had a great job interview the other day. I really hope they hire me.
VOA一分钟英语:Keep Your Chin Up2013-06-01
Welcome to English in a Minute, where we teach you all about idioms in American English. If you have ever heard of American English before, you may have heard this: Keep your chin up.
VOA一分钟英语:Actions Speak Louder than Words2013-05-24
Welcome to English in a Minute. Now, what would you think if you heard this? Actions speak louder than words. If you are just beginning to learn English, this might not make sense. Lets listen and see if we can find out
VOA一分钟英语:Cut to the Chase2013-05-20
Welcome to English in a Minute, where we teach you all about idioms in American English. If you have ever heard of American English before you may have heard this: cut to the chase.
VOA一分钟英语:Burn the Midnight Oil2013-05-20
Welcome to English in a Minute. Sometimes, American English is confusing and hard to understand, like: burn the midnight oil. Everybody knows Americans burn a lot of oil, but is there a special oil that they burn in the middle of the night?
VOA一分钟英语:A Day Late and a Dollar Short2013-05-18
Welcome to English in a Minute, where we teach you all about idioms in American English. If you have ever heard American English, you may have heard this: a day late and a dollar short. What does this mean? Lets find out by listening to an American English conversation.
VOA一分钟英语:Squeeze Blood out of Turnip2013-05-10
Sometimes, American English does not make any sense. Like if someone says this: You cant squeeze blood out of turnip. Vegetables dont have any blood in them...And who is squeezing turnips? Lets see if we can figure out what it means...
VOA一分钟英语:It's Been Ages2013-05-10
If you're speaking American English and you see an old friend or colleague you haven't seen in a while, you can say: It's been ages since we've talked.
VOA一分钟英语:Raining Cats and Dogs2013-05-07
Welcome to English in a Minute, where we teach you all about idioms in American English. If I told you it was raining cats and dogs today, I dont think you would see this little kitten falling frim the sky. But what would you see? Lets watch and find out..
VOA一分钟英语:Grab a Bite2013-05-06
Welcome to English in a Minute, where we teach you all about idioms in American English. Have you ever heard this before? Im starving, Lets grab a bite. If someone has ever told you in English that they were going to grab a bite, and you were confused, this is the right program for you.
VOA一分钟英语:Dressed to Kill2013-05-05
Welcome to English in a Minute, where we teach you all about idioms in American English. Have you ever heard someone say they were dressed to kill, dont worry, youre not in any danger -- its just the opposite. A: Do you see that couple over there?
VOA一分钟英语:That's Just My Two Cents2013-05-04
Welcome to English in a Minute. If you have ever heard American English, you have probably heard this before: Thats Just My Two Cents. Does it make you wonder what pennies have to do with giving someone advice? Lets listen and find out. A: I love Nicklback.
VOA一分钟英语:Jack of all trades2013-05-04
Welcome to English in a Minute. If you have ever heard American English, you have probably heard this before: Im a Jack-of-all-trades. This expression can tell you a lot about a person in American English. It means a person can do anything. A: So what do you do for a living?
VOA一分钟英语:What's Up?2013-05-04
Welcome to English in a Minute, where we teach you all about idioms in American English. Have you ever heard someone say: whats up? whats up? whats up? whats up? Lets take a look at this conversation: Man: Hey,whats up? Women: Whats up? How are you?

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