Slang Meaning “A Difficult Situation” – American English Lesson

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For today’s English lesson, let’s look at some slang and idioms that we use in everyday English to talk about being in a difficult or tough situation. Here is a list of the phrases you’ll learn in this lesson: In a pickle, in a jam, in hot water, in deep water, in a tight spot, in a bind, Up the creek, Between a rock and a hard place, and I’ve got my back against the wall.

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