Hey guys, Michael here. I know it’s been a while since I’ve put out a podcast, but I’m really glad to be back at it again. Thanks so much to everyone who has written me and asked. Well, let’s get to it. Haider, who is one of my YouTube Channel subscribers, sent me a message about phrases, phrasal verbs and idioms using the word pop. I thought that’s a really great idea so that we’re going to check out today. By the way, if you have a request for an English lesson here on the podcast or on my YouTube Channel, feel free to send me a voice message here on the website. Click the button on the right side. It’s a new feature on the website. Ok, let’s get started with today’s lesson.
Here are the example sentences. To get the details of this English lesson, you need to listen to the podcast or check the transcript for the details:
- A staff meeting popped up this morning in my office.
- An old love song popped up in my head today.
- When I say the word cute, what’s the first thing that pops up in your mind?
- I popped into the coffee shop on the way to work this morning.
- I popped into Jack’s office this afternoon to have a chat about his next business trip.
- I think I’m going to pop into shake shack for lunch today.
- I’ll be home all weekend so feel free to pop over anytime.
- I’m going to pop over Tommy’s house tomorrow to wish him a happy birthday.
- I’ll be working in the garden so if you want to help out, pop on over!
- Tommy and Kathy have been dating for five years and he finally popped the question.
- I heard that Mark popped the question when he took his girlfriend to Paris. How romantic!
- I heard from my mother that my father popped the question at an Italian restaurant in New York’s Little Italy.
- I went to the Burberry store to look for a scarf for the winter, but the prices made my eyes pop out.
- Johnny said his eyes popped out when his boss offered him a transfer to the London office.
- When Kim walked by the pet store and saw all of the cute puppies, they made her eyes pop out.
- At Yankee stadium bottled water is eight dollars a pop.
- Those donuts are a dollar a pop.
- The tickets for that concert were $250 dollars a pop. What a rip off!
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