AEE 553: If The Stars Align, This Episode Will Make You Fluent in English

English phrases sun, moon, stars

Today you’ll get phrases in English to talk about the sun, the moon, and the stars.

Plus this episode will help you get a higher score on the IELTS Speaking test.

 

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Expressions for today:

  • “Once in a blue moon”: We use this when something happens very rarely.
  • “Everything under the sun”: This means everything that exists.
  • “It’s written in the stars”: Something is destiny or fate.
  • “Come back to earth!” (careful, could be rude) You might say this to someone to tell them to be more realistic and stop dreaming.
  • “What planet are you from?” (careful, could be rude): You use this when someone says or does something strange and out of the ordinary.

 

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