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This is page twenty-one of the series of video lessons, “Daily Dose of English”.
I’ve really let the cat out of the bag with this Daily Dose of English. I wonder if the fact that I forgot to include the expression “put the cat among the pigeons” will go against me? Or will I still be the cat’s whiskers as far as online English teaching goes? Anyway, I’m no scaredy cat, so who cares. I haven’t got a cat in hell’s chance of getting everything right all of the time.
Do we say “angry with” or “angry at”? This Daily Dose of English seeks to give you the answer. Angry and hungry both end in -gry, but don’t be angry with me if you can’t find the third word in the English language.
How do you say “I don’t know” in other ways to avoid sounding the same all the time? This Daily Dose of English gives you plenty of alternative ways to say it.
I was up at the airport today, looking at the planes and I thought “fly”, there’s a good theme for a Daily Dose of English. So, here goes. Planes fly, birds fly and flies fly, too.
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