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Written by: Jennifer Kumar, LMSW, Cultural Adjustment Coach/Mentor
Friday, July 16, 2010

idiombuttonThese idioms are commonly used in American movies, dramas, westerns and possibly newscasts. Rarely are these sayings used in everyday talk unless talking about someone else outside your social circle- I hope! Enjoy listening to this week's American English idiom podcast.


More about the definitions, origins and meanings of these American idioms and sayings:
"Get out of Dodge"
"Hightailing it"
"Make Yourself Scarce"


Previous American English Podcasts:
American English Idiom Podcast #1: What is a 'laundry list'?
American English Idiom Podcast #2: What is 'from scratch''? 


Would you like some one-on-one coaching to improve your American English pronunciation and accent? I can meet you on phone or in person. Check out my contact information on the left side of this blog! Hope to be in touch with you very soon!

Jennifer Kumar is a cross-cultural teacher, trainer and lifestyle adjustment mentor helping people feel more comfortable in cultures far from home. Are you worried about making friends, adjusting to a new job, raising children, conversing in a new language or everyday lifestyle changes when moving to a new country? She can help you explore these topics and more before you leave or after you arrive. She was educated in India as a social worker and in America as a life coach. Feel free to see her website - Authentic Journeys - Lifestyle and Cultural Transition Services.

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