Hang Out! One-Point American English Idiom Lesson

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Hang out means to spend leisure time doing nothing in particular. When you spend time relaxing at home, in the park or with friends, you can use “hang out.” There are two structures. You can hang out with someone or you can hang out somewhere. Here are some examples I am hanging out with Fred on Friday. Do you want …

SPRING Slang & Idioms – American English Lesson

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SPRING! Spring is in the air and for today’s English lesson, let’s look at slang and idioms which contain the word SPRING. Maybe you “have a spring in your step”, you “have spring fever”, or you’re “no spring chicken!” Perhaps you’ve “sprung back from” a cold or a bad romance, and maybe someone “sprung for” dinner for you! Let’s learn …

Slang Meaning “I Don’t Know Anything About it” – American English Lesson

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It’s time to learn slang! Is there a topic (like sport or computers) that you just don’t know anything about? For me, it’s American Football, and for today’s English lesson, I’m going to teach you some slang and idioms that we use in everyday English when we want to say that we have no knowledge about something. You’ll learn phrases …

Slang About Studying & Being Intelligent – American English Lesson

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It’s slang time! For today’s English lesson, let’s look at some slang and idioms that we use in everyday English to talk about studying and being smart and intelligent. You can learn what a bookworm, an egghead, and a brain are. Plus, you’ll learn what it means to pull an all nighter! And lots more! Thanks so much for checking …