Today David and I ask each other a series of questions to get the conversation going, then we stop ourselves as idioms, phrasal verbs, or interesting vocabulary words come up in conversation. A sample of what is covered: idiom ‘stuck between a rock and a hard place’, phrasal verb ‘to draw out’, what is Teflon? We ask each other these questions: Name an embarrassing moment you’ve had as an adult, what’s one thing you’d like to change about yourself, what’s one thing you love about yourself, and what’s the best job you’ve ever had?
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- Describe an embarrassing moment you’ve had as an adult
- Idiom roll with it
- Idiom stuck between a rock and a hard place
- How to handle conversation when you’re hanging out with coworkers outside of work
- What’s one thing you’d like to change about yourself?
- Idioms: topping the charts, along the lines, for the record, character flaw
- What is Teflon?
- What’s one thing that you love about yourself?
- Phrasal verb to draw out
- Idioms: along those same lines, heyday, yada, yada, yada, a situation.
- What is the best job you’ve ever had?
- The phrases shirk your duties, putting out your shingle
- Nouns vs. verbs: practice, practitioner, house, address
- Phrasal verb: brought up