Hey guys! Let’s check the answer to the last [Phrases] episode first.

C. ahead of my time

D. had the time of my life

B. in the nick of time

Congratulations on these three blessed guys who gave the correct spelling ahead of anyone else!

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Today we are going to learn some everyday expressions used in Britain.


1. drive sb around the bend

= to make someone very bored or very angry.

My mother’s been driving me around the bend.

2. be/feel under the weather

= to be or feel sick.

I’m feeling a bit under the weather – I think I’m getting a cold.

3. be over the moon

= to be very pleased.

She was over the moon about her new bike..

4. at the end of the day

= something that you say before you give the most important fact of a situation.

Of course I’ll listen to what she has to say but at the end of the day, it’s my decision.

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[Practice]

1. Staying at home all day was __________.

A. drive sb around the bend

B. be/feel under the weather

C. be over the moon

D. at the end of the day

2.My mother is __________ because of her broken leg.

A. drive sb around the bend

B. be/feel under the weather

C. be over the moon

D. at the end of the day

3.He __________ at his favourite singer’s concert.

A. drive sb around the bend

B. be/feel under the weather

C. be over the moon

D. at the end of the day

4.My father really wants me to be a doctor, but __________ , is’s my decision.

A. drive sb around the bend

B. be/feel under the weather

C. be over the moon

D. at the end of the day


Share the answer with me in your comment!

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