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

C. backed down

A. headed

D. eyed up

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

**Today we will learn some confusing but interesting expressions.**

**1. Indian summer **

= a calm, warm weather, sometimes happens in the early fall.

I have to postpone my vacation, but fortunately, we have an

Indian summerand the weather is very good.

**2. Go Dutch**

= agree to share the cost of something, especially a meal.

Sally said she would not let her friend pay for the meal . She prefers

to go Dutch.

**3. Mexican stalemate**

= the opposite party threatens each other but neither party has reached an agreement.

There seems to be a

Mexican stalematein the talks .

**[Practice]**

1. You are so kind, but I prefer to _________.

A. Indian summer

B. Go Dutch

C. Mexican standoff

2. It was a hot, lazy, _________ day; and his muscles felt exhausted.

A. Indian summer

B. Go Dutch

C. Mexican standoff

3. That dude had a gun pointed to my head but I had a knife in his gut — we were in a _________.

A. Indian summer

B. Go Dutch

C. Mexican standoff

**Share the answer with me in your comment!**

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