Monthly Archives: May 2012

Phrasal verb

To work out – to exercise

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Idiom of the day

To tie the knot – to get married

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Song of the day – U2 – With or without you

Click on the link below for the song of the day

http://www.lyricstraining.com/play/2366/u/with_or_without_you

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Idiom of the day

A blessing in disguise – bad luck which results in something good

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Song of the day – Travie McCoy and Bruno Mars – Billionaire

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http://www.lyricstraining.com/play/5546/travie_mccoy_bruno_mars/billionaire

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Phrasal verb of the day

To put someone down – to insult/make someone feel stupid

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Song of the day – The Mamas and the Papas – California dreamin’

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http://www.lyricstraining.com/play/3754/the_mamas_the_papas/california_dreamin

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Phrasal verb of the day

To eat out – to go to a restaurant

Example – Shall we eat out tonight? I’m too tired to cook

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Idiom of the day

Keep your chin up – remain happy in a difficult situation

Example – Don’t worry things will get better. Keep your chin up!

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Listening comprehension – BBC

Clinton Cards runs into trouble

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-18005778

Click link below for a PDF file of the transcript
PDF FILE – clinton cards problems

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