English in a Minute:Breathing Room2017-05-23
We all need to breathe to live. And a room is a space in a house or building. But, what do you think this expression means? Watch this week's EIM to learn how to use "breathing room" in a conversation!
English in a Minute:Pack Rat2017-04-10
Is a pack rat an actual kind of rat? Watch this weeks EIM to learn about this phrase!
English in a Minute:Jump on the Bandwagon2017-04-10
A bandwagon was once a vehicle that carried circus performers. In this idiom, it has a different meaning. Practice using this popular expression with this weeks EIM!
English in a Minute:See Eye to Eye2017-04-09
Anna and her yoga teacher do not see eye to eye. Learn what this expression means in this weeks EIM!
English in a Minute:Keep You on Your Toes2017-04-09
Is it a good or bad thing if something keeps you on your toes? Watch this weeks English in a Minute to find out! Then, practice using this expression in the comments below.
English in a Minute:Bigger Fish to Fry2017-04-09
Fried fish is a popular food in America and around the world. But does this expression have anything to do with eating seafood? Watch this weeks EIM to find out!
English in a Minute:On a Roll2017-02-22
VOA Learning English presents news, features, audio, video and multimedia about the U.S. and the world in American English. Stories are written at the intermediate and upper-beginner level. Words are spoken one-third slower for ESL learners.
English in a Minute:Happy Medium2017-02-22
VOA Learning English presents news, features, audio, video and multimedia about the U.S. and the world in American English. Stories are written at the intermediate and upper-beginner level. Words are spoken one-third slower for ESL learners.
English in a Minute:One Tough Cookie2017-02-22
VOA Learning English presents news, features, audio, video and multimedia about the U.S. and the world in American English. Stories are written at the intermediate and upper-beginner level. Words are spoken one-third slower for ESL learners.
English in a Minute:Freebie2017-02-03
"Freebies" are, as you might have guessed, items given out for free! Learn more about how to use this word in this week's English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:Two Left Feet2017-01-15
You know the difference between a left foot and a right foot. But what does it mean if you say someone has "two left feet?" Watch this EIM episode to find out.
English in a Minute:Sugarcoat2017-01-15
Have you ever tried to "sugarcoat" some news or information? Watch this week's English in a Minute to learn all about "sugarcoating" things.
English in a Minute:Get off on the Wrong (or Right!) Foot2017-01-15
It is a new year. We hope it begins well for you! If it does not, you may say you are "getting off on the wrong foot."
English in a Minute:Golden Opportunity2016-12-30
Have you had a "golden opportunity" recently? Learn about this phrase in this week's English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:Slip One's Mind2016-12-30
What happens when something slips your mind? Watch this week's English in a Minute to learn how to use this expression.
English in a Minute:Dog Eat Dog2016-12-16
Dogs are popular pets in many countries. But, this expression sounds terrible! Find out what a "dog eat dog" world is like in this week's English in a Minute.
English in a Minute:Sink Your Teeth Into2016-12-10
What do you want to sink your teeth into? This expression is not always about eating. Find out how to use this phrase in this week's English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:Switch Gears2016-12-02
Switching - or changing - gears on a machine makes it change speed. But what happens when a person "switches gears?" Find out in this week's English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:The Ball Is In Your Court2016-11-14
American English has a lot of sports-related idioms. This idiom comes from tennis. What should you do if the ball is your court? Find out in this weeks episode of EIM!
English in a Minute:Go the Extra Mile2016-11-14
Americans use miles as a measure of distance. But what does it mean if you go the extra mile? Find out in this weeks EIM!
English in a Minute:Music to My Ears2016-11-01
This expression is not exactly about music. Find out why you might call something "music to your ears" in this week's English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:Red Flag2016-10-13
This expression sounds easy enough, but it is actually a warning. Find out how to use this phrase, and learn about its origins, in this week's English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:Hit Your Stride2016-09-20
What does it mean if you "hit your stride?" Find out in this week's episode of English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:To Have a Lot on Your Plate2016-09-12
Someone who has "a lot on their plate" is probably very busy...maybe too busy. Find out more about this expression in this week's English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:Comfort Zone2016-09-12
Do you ever get out of your "comfort zone?" Find out how to use this expression in this week's episode of English in a Minute!
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