086 – Expression: In the Red

086 – expression: In The red In this episode, you’ll learn how to use the expression IN THE RED and learn about BLACK FRIDAY, one of the biggest shopping days in the US. Share on facebook Facebook Share on google Google+ Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Hi,

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054 – Expression: To Pull Someone’s Leg

054 – Expression: To Pull Someone’s Leg Share on facebook Facebook Share on google Google+ Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn In this episode, you’ll learn how to use the common English expression TO PULL SOMEONE’S LEG and about FAMOUS APRIL FOOL’S PRANKS IN HISTORY. “Porky quickly threw

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039 – Expression: A Blessing In Disguise

039 – Expression: A Blessing In Disguise Share on facebook Facebook Share on google Google+ Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn In this expression episode, you’ll learn all about SANTACON, an annual Santa Claus event in the U.S., and how to use the common English expression A BLESSING

037 – Expression: To Quit Cold Turkey

037 – Expression: To Quit Cold Turkey Share on facebook Facebook Share on google Google+ Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn In this expression episode, you’ll learn how THANKSGIVING IS CELEBRATED IN THE U.S. and all about the expression TO QUIT COLD TURKEY. Monica: OK. Also, just so

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The Story of Burning Man

For today’s American Culture and History lesson, we’re going to hear the Story of the Burning Man, an annual event that attracts over 70,000 free-spirited people to Nevada’s desert. Onto the topic of the day: Burning Man. On June 21, 1986 a wooden man eight feet tall burned on Baker

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The Barkley Marathons

For today’s fun fact about the United States, we’re going to learn about The Barkley Marathons. So let’s begin by talking a little bit about measurement in English. First of all we use what we call the imperial system, not the metric system. However, there are certain periods of time