#233: 12 Expressions & Phrasal Verbs with SPEAK

Have you ever heard someone say that something speaks volumes? Or ever wondered about the difference between “speak up” and “speak out”? In today’s podcast Ethan, Andrea and Ollie talk all about different expressions with the word “speak.” Not only will you learn what these actually mean, but you’ll learn how to use them in everyday conversation as well.

Words You’ll Learn:

  • Bod
  • Beach season
  • Operation bikini
  • Speak the same language
  • Add volume to your hair
  • Facepalm
  • Gossip
  • Dish/dish the dirt
  • Penultimate
  • Hit on (someone)
  • It’s none of your business
  • Diehard fan

Quick Definitions:

  • Sore: a part of your body that is sore is painful, because of infection or because you have used a muscle too much.
  • Better off: happier, improved, more successful, etc.
  • All year round: during the whole year.
  • Strut: to walk proudly with your head high and your chest pushed forwards, showing that you think you are important.
  • Confident in your own skin: feeling confident and good about yourself.

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