Real Life English Podcast #17 – Expressions Related to WEATHER

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Words to Know

  • Shade- different tones of colours
  • Skeptical- to not like or believe in something before you try it
  • Root for/cheer for- to support a team or a person
  • Spring out- appear suddenly
  • Spot light- light used for attracting attention to someone
  • Stage- elevated floor where people perform
  • Wheeze- noise made when having breathing problems
  • Kinky- a person who likes strange styles of sex
  • Get along- to have a good relationship with someone

News

  • The Real Life Party was awesome, with 151 people showing up, next one is probably the 25th of May
  • Trevor eats a ridiculous amount of food for lunch and only pays about $4 (R$ 8.50) (see photo).

Shout Outs

Questions

  • What’s the difference between “oh yeah!” and “awwwww yeah.”

Expressions

  • A fair weather friend
  • To steal someone’s thunder
  • Under the weather
  • Come rain or shine
  • Snowed under

Tip

  • Have fun and Learn English reading Marvel comics at any convenient time

Joke

  • Why did the parrot die?!?!
    Check out more one-liner jokes with Mitch Hedburg

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5 Comments

  1. William Martins on May 7, 2013 at 5:14 pm

    Great job, guys.
    Could you help me on how downloading this? I click the download button but it keeps opening another tab.

    • Adriano Ferreira on May 8, 2013 at 4:52 am

      In new page click CTRL + S.

    • Timothy Zapata on May 8, 2013 at 8:43 am

      or right click then save as

  2. Carlos Saraiva on July 20, 2013 at 1:34 pm

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  3. Carlos Saraiva on July 20, 2013 at 1:36 pm

    Where can I get subtitles about this podcast?
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