English in a Minute:Up In The Air2016-08-01
Are your future plans up in the air? Find out how to use this expression in this weeks English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:Get a Grip2016-08-01
Has anyone ever told you to get a grip? What are they trying to tell you? Find out how to use this expression in this weeks English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:Water Under the Bridge2016-07-31
Bridges often cross over bodies of water. But what could this idiom mean? Find out in this weeks English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:On the Same Page2016-07-31
Does this idiom really have anything to do with reading? Find out how to use this idiom, so you are on the same page as English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:The Sky's the Limit2016-07-31
If someone says the sky is the limit for you what do they mean? Find out in this weeks English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:Elephant in the Room2016-07-30
If someone is talking about the "elephant in the room," does it really have anything to do with wildlife? Find out how to use this phrase in this week's episode of EIM!
English in a Minute:Knock Your Socks Off2016-07-30
If something knocks your socks off is it a good thing, or a bad thing? Find out in this weeks episode of English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:No Pain No Gain2016-07-30
Some expressions are easy to remember because they rhyme. No pain no gain is something you tell someone to urge them to keep going. Learn more about this expression in this weeks English in ...
English in a Minute:Pain in the Neck2016-07-29
A lot of idioms have to do with parts of the body. But is this expression have anything to do with your neck? Find out in this weeks English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:On Pins and Needles2016-07-29
This idiom does not sound comfortable, or safe! Why would a person be on pins and needles? Watch this weeks English in a Minute to find out!
English in a Minute:On the Edge of Your Seat2016-07-29
What does it mean if you are on the edge of your seat? Find out in this episode of English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:Nail-biter2016-07-28
Biting your nails is a bad habit. But, is that what this idiom is really talking about? Find out in this weeks English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:Clam Up2016-07-28
A clam is a type of shellfish that lives in water. But what does it mean if a person "clams up?" Find out in this week's English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:A Bitter Pill to Swallow2016-07-28
If medicine has an unpleasant taste, it is difficult to swallow. If a situation or fact is unpleasant, we say it is a bitter pill to swallow. Learn more about this idiom in this episode of EIM!
English in a Minute:Fifth Wheel2016-07-27
Have you ever felt like a fifth wheel? Found out what this expression means in this episode of English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:Jazz it Up2016-07-27
Jazz is a type of music that started in the United States. But what does it mean to jazz something up? Find out in this episode of English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:Don't Count Your Chickens Before They Hatch2016-07-27
Is this expression about math, farming, or something else? Find out why you shouldnt count your chickens before they hatch in this episode of English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:Over the Hill2016-07-26
This idiom could get you in trouble. Find out what over the hill means and learn when (and when not!) to use this expression in this episode of English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:Out of the Blue2016-07-26
If something is out of the blue, is it expected, or a surprise? Find out how to use this colorful idiom in this episode of English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:Out of the Woods2016-07-26
The word woods refers to an area of land covered with many trees. But this idiom does not actually have anything to do with trees. Find out what it means to be out of the woods in this episode of English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:Fishing for Compliments2016-07-25
A compliment is a nice thing you say about a person or something that person has done. But what does it mean to "fish for compliments?" Find out in this week's English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:Ring a Bell2016-07-25
Does this expression ring a bell for you? Learn how to use this American English expression, and find out where it came from, in this episode of EIM!
English in a Minute:Skating on Thin Ice2016-07-25
Ice skating is a popular winter activity in many places around the world. But what does the expression skating on thin ice mean? Find out in this episodes of EIM!
English in a Minute:Tip of the Iceberg2016-07-24
An iceberg is a large mass of ice floating in water. But what do you think this idiom means? Find out in this weeks episode of English in a Minute!
English in a Minute:Straight from the Horse's Mouth2016-07-24
If you hear something straight from the horses mouth do you have the correct information? Find out in this weeks episode of English in a Minute!

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