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Welcome to this weekly English expression episode on the Aussie English podcast!
Today’s expression is “a kick in the teeth”.
Just by reading the phrase makes you run your tongue across your teeth, doesn't it? Yes, the phrase does mean 'pain'!
We will start off with a question from Parissa Rezaei and she asks if going Republican is better than being a part of the Commonwealth for Australia.
You might expect a political opinion from me in answering this question but nah, there's nothing political about it, really.
Speaking of 'teeth', you get a 'teeth' joke today!
We will then break down the meaning of the words in the expression. There will also be example situations where you can use the expression “a kick in the teeth”.
And finally, don’t forget to download this episode’s FREE worksheet and listen to a clip from the Aussie musical movie Priscilla: Queen of the Desert.
Remember, you can play back the audio so you can listen to the dialogue!
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