I went to the grocery store this weekend and there were lots of pumpkins for sale. It’s really the fall, isn’t it. Fall. Autumn? Fall? Last week, one of my students asked me about the difference between the words fall and autumn. Basically, both words mean the third season of the year, but in American English, fall is more conversational than the word autumn. That’s all! And no matter what you call it, make sure you keep those masks up and be sure to social distance, because fall or autumn, it’s still corona season.
But the weather is certainly cool and that brings us to today’s English point. Cool. Chilly. Today we’re going to have a look at both of these words, and some slang and idioms that use cool and chill. Are you ready? Let’s check it out!
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.
- It’s nice to take a walk in the park on a sunny cool day in the fall.
- It’s a little chilly in house. I think we should put on the heater.
- I feel chilly. I’m going to put on a sweater.
- Surprisingly, the boss was chill when I came to work late.
- I was totally chill, sitting on the beach listening to the waves.
- I saw a comedy show last night. It was totally chill.
- Justin Bieber’s new song is chill.
- I like chill with my friends in the park.
- We were chilling in the bar last night.
- Teddy’s mom was surprisingly as cool as a cucumber when he told her that he crashed her car.
- The boss lost her cool when Jack came late to the meeting.
- Your wife is going to blow her cool if you come home drunk again!
- Hey! Cool it!
- Do you want to grab pizza for lunch? Yeah, I’m cool with that.
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