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Ep.43 In over your head

This episode focuses on language related to stress and coping with stress. It’s practical everyday language with a focus on mostly expressions we use in English when discussing stress or stressful situations. Also have added some expressions with ‘take’ that can be useful here. Valuable language that can help improve fluency for the most advanced speaker but even intermediate students can find this stuff helpful.
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up to my eyeballs, keep your chin up, makes my blood boil, let your hair down, be a weight off your shoulders, getting cold feet, get some things off your chest, is a pain in the neck, in over your head, unpleasant, discomfort, take my time, take no for an answer, take something personally/seriously, boost, burst, thrill, make the best the best of it!

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This episode(98) covers vocabulary that can be used for an ESL lesson idea. The topic is incredibly relevant and current while also providing plenty of opportunity for speaking practice expressing personal preferences, justifying opinions and debating issues.

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