Lindsay McMahon
"The English Adventurer"

After today’s episode you’ll know a few key expressions inside out!

You’ll learn expressions with “in” and “out”

Expressions with “in”:

  • “In the nick of time”: When something happens just in time. You can say, “We got to the airport just in the nick of time.”
  • “To be in touch”: To keep communicating or to be connected to something or someone or to be tuned in. You can also say, “To be in touch with one’s spirituality.”


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Expressions with “out”:

  • “To be out of touch”: To not communicate with someone or to be disconnected.
  • “To be out and about”: To be out of your home and to be exploring
  • “Innie/outtie”: A belly button that goes in is an “innie” and if it goes out you have an “outtie.”
  • “Inside out”: When your shirt or another article of clothing is worn on the wrong side


Listen to the role play to see how these expressions are used.

Let us know your questions in the comments below.

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