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VOA一分钟英语:Hear A Pin Drop2013-07-28
Welcome to English in a Minute. If you have heard American English or watched an American TV show, you probably have heard this: Hear a pin drop. What does this phrase mean?
VOA一分钟英语:Off The Top Of My Head2013-07-28
Welcome to English in a Minute, where we teach you about idioms in American English. What would you think if you heard this: Off the top of my head. There is nothing on her head. But lets see if we can find out what she means.
VOA一分钟英语:Ears Are Burning2013-07-28
Welcome to English in a Minute. Heres an example when two word used together can sound very painful. A: Hey, I saw your friend Anna yesterday. She was telling me about your birthday party. And she said that it was the best party that she had been to all year.
VOA一分钟英语:Under The Weather2013-07-24
Welcome to English in a Minute. Sometimes American English doesnt seem to make sense, like this: I am under the weather. Under the weather -- what could that mean?
VOA一分钟英语:An Arm and a Leg2013-07-22
Welcome to English in a Minute. Lets say you buy something. And when you pay for it, you say: This cost me an arm and a leg!
VOA一分钟英语:Heart of Gold2013-07-22
Welcome to English in a Minute. What would you think if you were talking with an American, and she said: a heart of gold. Is she rich? Is she famous? Is her heart made of gold? Lets listen to see whether we can find out.
VOA一分钟英语:No Pain, No Gain2013-07-22
Welcome to English in a Minute, where we teach you about idioms in American English. Like most people, Americans want to look good. And many people exercise every day.
VOA一分钟英语:Dime a Dozen2013-07-18
Welcome to English in a Minute, where we teach you about idioms in American English. If you have heard American English, you have probably heard this: Its a dime a dozen.
VOA一分钟英语:24-72013-07-18
Welcome to English in a Minute, where we teach you all about idioms in American English. Our language is full of fun expressions. And here at the Voice of America, we offer you high quality English lessons 24/7. But what does this mean?
VOA一分钟英语:Cash Cow2013-07-16
Welcome to English in a Minute, where we teach you all about idioms in American English. Lets pretend you are in a major U. S. city. You are listening to an American English conversation, and you hear this: A: Hey, Bob. Ever since you opened your coffee shop, you have been very busy. Is the business going well and making money?
VOA一分钟英语:Break The Bank2013-07-13
Welcome to English in a Minute. Have you ever been shopping and heard someone say: I dont want to break the bank. This is a simple phrase that you can easily add to your American English vocabulary.
VOA一分钟英语:Go With the Flow2013-07-10
Welcome to English in a Minute. If you have ever heard American English, you probably have heard this saying: Hey, man. Just go with the flow. This is a fun expression that can be used in many ways. Lets listen to this idiom in an actual conversation.
VOA一分钟英语:Treat With Kid Gloves2013-07-04
Welcome to English in a Minute. If you have heard American English, you probably have heard this: You better treat him with kid gloves. Is someone telling you to put on a pair of gloves? lets listen again.
VOA一分钟英语:Get Cold Feet2013-07-03
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 Day2013-06-28
Welcome to English in a Minute, where we teach you all about idioms in American English. Lets say you have worked all day, and you are really tried, like these people: A: I am exhausted. I have been working at this since 7:00 a. m. this morning.
VOA一分钟英语:Hit The Sack2013-06-28
Welcome to English in a Minute, where we teach you all about idioms in American English. If you have ever heard American English, you might have heard this: Hit the sack.
VOA一分钟英语:Make Up Your Mind2013-06-26
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? A: Id like to go to France to see the Eiffel Tower, or Italy for the awesome food, or maybe Spain for the amazing beaches!
VOA一分钟英语:It's Up To you2013-06-26
Welcome to English in a Minute. 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!
VOA一分钟英语:A Piece of Cake2013-06-26
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 Leg2013-06-21
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. Dontt 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:Bite My Tongue2013-06-21
Welcome to English in a Minute, where we teach you all about idioms in American English. We have some phrases that sound a little painful, like this one: I am going to bite my tongue.
VOA一分钟英语:A Breath of Fresh Air2013-06-19
Welcome to English in a Minute, where we teach you all about idioms in American English. Imagine you are standing outside after a rain storm, and you tale a deep breath. Its new, fresh, and it smells good. But what does this have to do with American English?
VOA一分钟英语:Once in a Blue Moon2013-06-19
Welcome to English in a Minute, where we teach you all about idioms in American English. Have you even heard the American English idioms. . . Once in a blue moon. It doesnt mean that the moon is blue. So lets listen to this American English conversation to find out how
VOA一分钟英语:Costs a Pretty Penny2013-06-18
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.
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.

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