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Slow American English Podcast Jul 8
The American English idiom ‘to spice things up’ means to make something more exciting and interesting. Example: We decided to spice up our weekend and visit New York City.
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Slow American English Podcast Jul 1
‘Like two peas in a pod’ in American English means two people who are very similar. Example: My cousin and I are like two peas in a pod; we even dress alike!
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Slow American English Podcast Jul 5
Road trips are popular American summer pastimes. Listen to Slow American English podcast Episode 16 (formerly 1604): Route 66, to learn about the famous highway.
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Slow American English Podcast Jul 19
In what American city was Coca-Cola invented? To find out, listen to Slow American English podcast Episode 31: Coca-Cola. -cola
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Slow American English Podcast Jul 16
Latest episode just published on Slow American English Podcast! Episode 55: The Liberty Bell. Listen on the website (free transcripts!) or wherever you get your podcasts.
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Slow American English Podcast Jul 12
Fast food chain McDonald’s is a global company. Find out where it started in the Slow American English podcast Episode 29 (formerly 1705): McDonald’s. ’s
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Slow American English Podcast Jul 15
The American English food idiom ‘cool as a cucumber’ means calm and relaxed under pressure. Example: Despite the battle raging around them, the commander remained cool as a cucumber.
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