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: meaning of ‘economically depressed’, what preposition to use with ‘proud’, the phrase ‘having said that’, the terms ‘introvert’ and ‘extrovert’, the idiom ‘green thumb’, and much more.
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- What’s the most challenging job you’ve ever had?
- Meaning of economically depressed
- What preposition to use with proud
- The phrase having said that
- What is something that makes you really nervous?
- The phrases in the pit of my stomach, sinking feeling, tune in
- The terms introvert and extrovert
- Bleed in, recharge
- What kind of personality are you?
- The phrase to bounce an idea off someone
- What is co-working?
- What is something that David and Rachel do well?
- The idiom green thumb
- Inane vs. mundane vs. asinine
- What were some of the great things about your childhood?
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