RealLife English Podcast #43 – Expressions Involving COURAGE

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Words You’ll Learn

  • Rocking an afro
  • Jagermeister
  • Have something down
  • Guts
  • Balls
  • Nuts
  • Sack
  • A bunch of

Words to Know

  • Raining cats and dogs –  to be raining a lot
  • Dilly dally – spend time on irrelevant things
  • Drilling exercise – a repetitive to help memorize things
  • Sum up courage – to collect all of your courage when you need it
  • Take something to a new level – to become better or more professional at something
  • J-man – what Chad calls Justin sometimes

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  • Leticia Senna – What is the freaking difference between bEd and bAd – Minimal pairs

Expressions

  • Go for it
  • Step up your game
  • To have guts
  • Put on a brave face – Fake it until you make it
  • Grow a pair – Nut up – sack up

Tip

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  •  What do you call a deer with no eyes??

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1 Comment

  1. Sonia Verma on January 23, 2015 at 8:22 am

    wow! what lovely song to practice my English! Thanks Reallife people for making us understand the value of practicing English spoken with music.

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