Today we study casual English conversation as David and I ask each other questions like: Think back 10 years. What’s something that has changed about your personality? As we speak, we pick out the phrasal verbs, idioms, and interesting vocabulary words that come up naturally in conversation. This includes: the phrasal verb ‘tuck away’, the term ‘byob’, the phrase ‘guilty pleasure’, ‘come along for the ride’, and more.
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- What are some of the great things about living in Philadelphia?
- The words ‘sprawl’
- The term ‘cutting edge’
- What is ‘byo’ or ‘byob’
- What is ‘getting spoiled’?
- Phrasal verb ‘hop in’
- Using ‘forever’ for something that isn’t ‘forever’
- The phrase ‘by any stretch of the imagination’
- What is a ‘guilty pleasure’?
- What’s your favorite room in the house and why?
- Phrasal verb tuck away.
- When have you felt proud recently?
- What is a ‘playspace’?
- What does the phrase ‘come along for the ride’ mean?
- How we use the word ‘focus’
- Think back 10 years … what’s something that has changed about your personality?
- What’s one of your pet peeves (and what is a pet peeve?)?
- The phrasal verb ‘to come up’
- Where have you never traveled but feel you just MUST visit in the future?
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