Monthly Archives: January 2021

Martin Luther King and Peaceful Protest

Today’s video talks about the great American civil rights leader, Martin Luther King, Jr., and phrases related to peaceful political protests. King’s birthday was celebrated on Monday, January 18, as a national holiday in the United States, as it is … Continue reading

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Making a Judgment Call

Learn about three popular expressions in English: -Against my better judgment -Judgment call -To pass judgment on someone/thing For more uses of “judgement,” check our our Daily English 1075 – Defying Orders. ~Jeff P.S. Like this English lesson? Get a … Continue reading

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Wintertime is English Time

For those living in the Northern Hemisphere, it’s a mostly cold time of year (even in Los Angeles!). But you can warm yourself up by learning a few popular idioms related to being cold in today’s video: -Chill and chill … Continue reading

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