What's a razor got to do with Rob's bike ride to work? Here's an expression for when you've had a narrow escape
Why did Rob ask Feifei to meet him in the studio? Here's an expression for when you've forgotten something
How can sleeping help you make a decision? Learn a phrase that doesn't involve lying on a bed!
What's wrong with Neil today? Here's an expression for when you're badly organised
Where do you go if you waste time asking pointless questions? We explain a useful phrase
Helen was only given a short time to look for a new home, has it all gone well?
It's hard to swallow but maybe it's time for a chill pill!
Why has Helen put a sock in the toaster and how is that going to keep her quiet? We can explain
Who's the wild card in the office? Rob and Feifei use a phrase to describe an unpredictable colleague
Learn a phrase to describe the ability to quickly react to things
Feifei and Harry use an expression for things that amaze and astound
Neil and Li talk about how a boxing expression can be used in everyday life
Feifei and Harry use an expression for people and ideas that change the way we do things
Harry and Feifei look at an expression for when things surprise and impress you
Neil and Feifei talk about a common colloquial expression for when things are intense
Neil and Feifei talk about an expression that is not as violent as it sounds
Neil and Feifei talk about a word made popular by the economic downturn
Sci-fi, romcom, whodunnit – What kind of movies do you like?
Neil tells Helen to kill time but she smashes up a clock. Find out why and learn a useful expression
Do you celebrate Christmas? Do you like eating turkey? Do you think turkeys like Christmas? Learn this humorous idiom