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English in a Minute:Fly on the Wall2016-07-05
A fly is a small insect with wings. So, why would a person wish they could be a fly on the wall? Lets listen to Anna and Jonathans conversation to understand this weeks English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:Baggage2016-07-04
When you travel, you take things with you in bags. This is called baggage. But, Anna and Jonathan are not actually talking about travel. Find out another definition of baggage means in this episode of English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:The Last Straw2016-07-04
Have you ever heard the expression, the straw that broke the camels back? The last straw is the last little difficulty that makes you want to quit something. Watch this episode of English in a Minute to learn how to use this idiom in a conversation!
English in a Minute:Push the Envelope2016-07-04
An envelope is a flat white piece of paper that is used to send letters. But, what does it mean to push the envelope? Lets listen to Anna and Jonathan use this phrase in a conversation!
English in a Minute:Break Even2016-07-03
Is it a good thing or a bad thing to break even? Should breaking even be your goal? Watch this weeks episode of English in a Minute to learn how to use this phrase!
English in a Minute:Moving Target2016-07-03
Are Jonathan and Anna talking about shooting a bow and arrow? Find out what moving target means in this weeks English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:To Fall Down the Rabbit Hole2016-07-03
This expression comes from the classic story "Alice's Adventure's in Wonderland."
English in a Minute:Keep Your Eye on the Ball2016-07-02
A lot of idioms in American English come from sports. Keep your eye on the ball comes from baseball, but we can use this expression for many situations.
English in a Minute:Bucket List2016-06-28
What is on your bucket list? Find out what this term means in this weeks English in a Minute!
VOA一分钟英语:Get Cold Feet2014-03-16
Welcome to English in a Minute. What would you think if you heard someone say: I am getting cold feet. Did she forget to put on her shoes? Is she standing in snow? Lets listen and see whether we can figure this out.
VOA一分钟英语:Call It A Day2014-03-16
Welcome to English in a Minute, where we teach you all about idioms in American English.
VOA一分钟英语:Hit The Sack2014-03-16
Welcome to English in a Minute, where we teach you all about idioms in American English.
VOA一分钟英语:Make Up Your Mind2014-03-16
Welcome to English in a Minute, where we teach you all about idioms in American English. If people tell you that you need to make up your mind, what do you think they mean?
VOA一分钟英语:It's Up To You2014-02-05
Welcome to English in a Minute, where we teach you about idioms in American English. Making decisions is important, and it can be difficult. When you ask people to decide something, you might hear them say: ITS UP TO YOU! To find out what this one means, lets listen to this conversation.
VOA一分钟英语:Piece of Cake2014-02-05
Welcome to English in a Minute. Do you find American idioms hard to understand? Its our goal to make learning them a piece of cake. Everyone in America knows this idiom because its so easy.
VOA一分钟英语:Break a Leg2014-02-05
Welcome to English in a Minute, where we teach you all about idioms in American English. You probably have heard someone say: Break a leg. Dont worry. She isnt going to break someones leg. This is an expression that means good luck! Lets listen to a conversation to find out.
VOA一分钟英语:Breath of Fresh Air2014-01-11
Welcome to English in a Minute, where we teach you all about idioms in American English.
VOA一分钟英语:Cost a Pretty Penny2014-01-11
Welcome to English in a Minute. America, the land of Hollywood, can sometimes be too concerned with things looking pretty. This is going to cost a pretty penny. Is she worried about making their money look good? Sometimes American English does not make any sense.
VOA一分钟英语:Game Plan2014-01-11
Welcome to English in a Minute. Have you ever heard this American English phrase? Whats the game plan? This expression is very common in American English. But it does not have anything to do with playing a game. Its a way to ask for information.
VOA一分钟英语:A Bad Taste in My Mouth2014-01-11
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. What does this phrase mean?
VOA一分钟英语:Cats and Dogs2014-01-11
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 from the sky. But what would you see? Lets watch and find out:
VOA一分钟英语:My Two Cents2014-01-11
Welcome to English in a Minute. If you have ever heard American English before you have probably heard this phrase: Thats just my two cents.
VOA一分钟英语:Its Been Ages2014-01-11
If youre speaking American English and you see an old friend or a colleague you havent seen in a while, you can say: Its been ages since weve talked.
VOA一分钟英语:Play It By Ear2013-07-30
Welcome to English in a Minute. If you listen to American English, you probably have heard this phrase: Play it by ear. What does it mean? lets find out by listening to an American English conversation.
VOA一分钟英语:Get On My Nerves2013-07-30
Welcome to English in a Minute. Have you heard the phrase: get on my nerves? What does it mean in American English? Lets find out.

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