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1. The movie called Godfather was used by Michael as an example for the idiom, dressed to kill.
2. The two guys were talking in a club.
I didn’t know aboun this idiom. Very interesting.
Could you tell me please it’d be right to say: at a club?
Hi Vladimir. Yes, “at a club” and “in a club” both work in this case 🙂
FYI I’m going to cover this point in a future podcast.
It’s useful for me to practice my English listening ! Tks a lot ! Here is my answers.
1.Michael used Godfather film as an example for the idiom : “Dressed to kill”
2.They were talking at a club :))
P/s : Hi. I’m Lee , I’m come from VietNam. Nice to meet you ! I like being with people and helping people. 🙂 , I love challenges , I also like to be in contact with the public and I want to make friend with me :)) >>> I’m really interested in English 🙂
Hi Lee. It’s nice to meet you. Thanks for checking out my podcasts!
Hi Micheal, I love your Podcast. The period of the time is excellent to listen to it anywhere. I enjoyed ‘dressed to kill’ in walking around my apt in the morning. It reminded me a nice lady.
Thanks Koji! I’m so happy to hear that! Are you dressed to kill today?
Actually I’m not close. My wife often says you have a poor taste.
Next time put on a suit….she’ll love it!
Hi dear Michael, thanks a lot for your useful lessons. I am so happy to practice on Podcast and I try never lose them.
The answer of first question is “God father” and about the second one , they were talking in the club.
Thanks Nasrin! Nice work!
Hi Michael. I am very glad to practice with your English Podcast. These are very nice and help me to improve my English Skills. The last time I was dressed to kill was in a party from my job, two week ago.
Here are the answer to questions from this episode:
1. The movie called The God Father
2. They were talking in a Club.
Hi Jośe! Thanks a lot for the kind words. I’m happy to hear that. By the way, nice job on your answers!
She's dressed to kill (Image courtesy of Stephen R. Pellerine)