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English in a Minute:Get Roped Into2016-08-07
Is it a good thing or a bad thing to get roped into something? Find out in this weeks English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:Throw the Baby Out with the Bathwater2016-08-07
This expression sounds unsettling. But....are Anna and Jonathan really talking about throwing out a baby? Lets find out!
English in a Minute:Living Under a Rock2016-08-06
You might have missed something if someone asks you if you have been living under a rock! Find out what this expression means in this weeks English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:Wiggle Room2016-08-06
To wiggle means to move up and down or from side to side with short, quick motions. But, what could wiggle room possibly mean? Find out in this weeks English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:Fly Under the Radar2016-08-06
This saying has to do with avoiding attention. But, how could flying under something help you avoid attention? Let Anna, Jonathan, and Ashley explain this weeks English in a Minute expression!
English in a Minute:Fall Through the Cracks2016-08-05
Falling is no fun. You can get hurt. Falling through the cracks sounds even worse. But, what does this expression really mean? Find out in this weeks English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:Head Over Heels2016-08-05
Have you ever been head over heels for someone? Find out what this dizzying expression means in this weeks English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:In the Spotlight2016-08-05
Some American English expressions like to be at the center of attention! What do you think in the spotlight means? Watch this weeks English in a Minute to find out!
English in a Minute:Face the Music2016-08-04
Playing music, or just listening to music, is a fun activity. But, facing the music can often be unpleasant. Learn how to use this expression in this weeks English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:Branch Out2016-08-04
We have already learned a few tree-related idioms, such as go out on a limb and barking up the wrong tree. Here is another one for you. Find out what it means to branch out in this weeks English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:Low-Hanging Fruit2016-08-04
Low-hanging fruit on a tree is the easiest fruit to pick. But this expression actually has nothing to do with fresh fruit. Find out what makes something low-hanging fruit in this weeks English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:Don't Hold Your Breath2016-08-03
This expression sounds like a warning of some kind. Find out how to use this idiom in this episode of English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:Burning Bridges2016-08-03
Does this expression really mean that a bridge is on fire? Find out how to use this fiery expression in this weeks English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:MIA2016-08-03
Americans use a lot of abbreviated -- or shortened -- expressions. Find out what MIA stands for in this weeks English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:Wake-Up Call2016-08-02
Have you ever gotten a wake-up call? This expression can be used in many situations. Find out more about this idiom in this weeks English in a Minute.
English in a Minute:The Calm Before the Storm2016-08-02
American English has a lot of weather-related idioms. What do you think it means if a situation is the calm before the storm? Learn how to use this expression in this episode of English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:Jack of All Trades2016-08-02
Does this expression have anything to do with a man named Jack? This idiom is not what it seems. Learn more by watching this episode of English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:To Have Butterflies2016-08-01
Butterflies are beautiful creatures. But, is it a good thing or a bad thing to have butterflies? Find out how to use this expression in this episode of English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:Up In The Air2016-08-01
Are your future plans up in the air? Find out how to use this expression in this weeks English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:Get a Grip2016-08-01
Has anyone ever told you to get a grip? What are they trying to tell you? Find out how to use this expression in this weeks English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:Water Under the Bridge2016-07-31
Bridges often cross over bodies of water. But what could this idiom mean? Find out in this weeks English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:On the Same Page2016-07-31
Does this idiom really have anything to do with reading? Find out how to use this idiom, so you are on the same page as English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:The Sky's the Limit2016-07-31
If someone says the sky is the limit for you what do they mean? Find out in this weeks English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:Elephant in the Room2016-07-30
If someone is talking about the "elephant in the room," does it really have anything to do with wildlife? Find out how to use this phrase in this week's episode of EIM!
English in a Minute:Knock Your Socks Off2016-07-30
If something knocks your socks off is it a good thing, or a bad thing? Find out in this weeks episode of English in a Minute!

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