5 Useful Crime Phrases From Police Shows

5 USEFUL CRIME PHRASES FROM POLICE SHOWS

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Say It Right!

SAY IT RIGHT! – BUSTED

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  • The difference between a “recluse” and a “busybody” . . .
  • Why “to fend OFF” means something from “to fend FOR” . . .
  • What it means to “take a rain check,” “keep to yourself,” and “to appoint (someone)” . . .
  • What a social secretary is . . .
  • The best way to use “to sort out” and “to turn down” . . .
  • How to use phrasal verbs like “to settle in” and “to settle down” (they’re not the same!) . . .
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Ask the Professor – What Does “Not Know Him From Adam” Mean?

WHAT DOES “NOT KNOW HIM FROM ADAM” MEAN?

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  • The difference between a “recluse” and a “busybody” . . .
  • Why “to fend OFF” means something from “to fend FOR” . . .
  • What it means to “take a rain check,” “keep to yourself,” and “to appoint (someone)” . . .
  • What a social secretary is . . .
  • The best way to use “to sort out” and “to turn down” . . .
  • How to use phrasal verbs like “to settle in” and “to settle down” (they’re not the same!) . . .
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5 British Versus American Names for Parts of a Car

5 BRITISH VERSUS AMERICAN NAMES FOR PARTS OF A CAR

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  • The difference between a “recluse” and a “busybody” . . .
  • Why “to fend OFF” means something from “to fend FOR” . . .
  • What it means to “take a rain check,” “keep to yourself,” and “to appoint (someone)” . . .
  • What a social secretary is . . .
  • The best way to use “to sort out” and “to turn down” . . .
  • How to use phrasal verbs like “to settle in” and “to settle down” (they’re not the same!) . . .
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5 Ways to Ask for a Lower Price

5 WAYS TO ASK FOR A LOWER PRICE

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  • Why “to fend OFF” means something from “to fend FOR” . . .
  • What it means to “take a rain check,” “keep to yourself,” and “to appoint (someone)” . . .
  • What a social secretary is . . .
  • The best way to use “to sort out” and “to turn down” . . .
  • How to use phrasal verbs like “to settle in” and “to settle down” (they’re not the same!) . . .
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What Does “In Time For” Mean?

For more on “in time for,” see our Daily English # 149 – Watching Sports on TV.

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  • The difference between a “recluse” and a “busybody” . . .
  • Why “to fend OFF” means something from “to fend FOR” . . .
  • What it means to “take a rain check,” “keep to yourself,” and “to appoint (someone)” . . .
  • What a social secretary is . . .
  • The best way to use “to sort out” and “to turn down” . . .
  • How to use phrasal verbs like “to settle in” and “to settle down” (they’re not the same!) . . .
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What Can I Say to Cheer Up Someone Who Feels Sad?

WHAT CAN I SAY TO CHEER UP SOMEONE WHO FEELS SAD?

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  • Why “to fend OFF” means something from “to fend FOR” . . .
  • What it means to “take a rain check,” “keep to yourself,” and “to appoint (someone)” . . .
  • What a social secretary is . . .
  • The best way to use “to sort out” and “to turn down” . . .
  • How to use phrasal verbs like “to settle in” and “to settle down” (they’re not the same!) . . .
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5 Ways to Say You’re in Trouble

5 WAYS TO SAY YOU’RE IN TROUBLE

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  • What it means to “take a rain check,” “keep to yourself,” and “to appoint (someone)” . . .
  • What a social secretary is . . .
  • The best way to use “to sort out” and “to turn down” . . .
  • How to use phrasal verbs like “to settle in” and “to settle down” (they’re not the same!) . . .
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Ask the Professor – Why Do People Say “Don’t Do Anything I Wouldn’t Do” in Movies?

WHY DO PEOPLE SAY “DON’T DO ANYTHING I WOULDN’T DO” IN MOVIES?

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  • What it means to “take a rain check,” “keep to yourself,” and “to appoint (someone)” . . .
  • What a social secretary is . . .
  • The best way to use “to sort out” and “to turn down” . . .
  • How to use phrasal verbs like “to settle in” and “to settle down” (they’re not the same!) . . .
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Ask the Professor – Why Are Mail Codes Called “Zip Codes” ?

WHY ARE MAIL CODES CALLED “ZIP CODES” ?

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  • What a social secretary is . . .
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