032 - Expression: To Wing It

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In this expression episode, you'll learn all about BALD EAGLES, the national bird of the U.S., and how to use the common English expression TO WING IT.

American English Podcast

American English Podcast

By Shana Thompson

“Bald eagles are the largest type of eagle native to North America, and the only Eagle that can be found only in North America. Bald eagles are carnivores, eating mostly fish, but they will also eat rabbits, beavers, geese, reptiles and crabs as well as other creatures. And carrion, or animals that have already died. 

Because they prefer to eat fish, the bald eagle can be found near large bodies of water where they can find food, with large old trees where they can nest.”


Hi everybody and welcome to this week’s episode of the American English Podcast. 

In that introduction, you heard a short audio recording from the Free School channel on YouTube, in a video called All About Bald Eagles for Kids. I’ll post the link to that video within the transcript.

A Bald Eagle, as many of you probably know, is the national bird of the United States. It’s also a symbol or an emblem for our country. So you’ll see the bald eagle on our money, on our stamps, on our passports, you’ll also see it on logos for a variety of government agencies and even on the seal for the president…

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