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Welcome to this weekly English expression episode on the Aussie English podcast!
Today’s expression is “touch-and-go”.
You might have heard of this earworm tune in the 90s titled “Touch And Go” by Rupert Holmes. And the lyrics go “Life is touch and go, it’s sink or swim. But never doubt if you’re out on a limb...”
(How many expressions did you see in that previous sentence?)
In today’s episode, I talk about the history of the expression “touch-and-go” and its several meanings.
I also answer a question from IG user EVGK who asks “What does Woolworth’s mean?” Does it sound like something you can wear?
I will define each of the words in the expression and explain the meaning of the idiom. There will be example situations so you’ll know when to use the expression “touch-and-go”.
Join me in the pronunciation exercise and note the parts where connected speech is required.
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