English Idiom Lesson “Get a Kick Out Of” @HappyEnglishNY

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When you really enjoy something or someone, you can say that you get a kick out of it or them.

-I get a kick out of watching my dog eat an oreo
-I got a kick out of that comedian on TV. You should check him out.

You can also say get a bang out of [something] -Keep telling those funny stories. Everyone gets a bang out of you.

What do you get a kick out of?
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