The RealLife English Podcast
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Words You'll Learn

  • A stand up guy
  • Good old times
  • Christmas tree
  • Chimney 
  • Fire place
  • Stocking
  • Mantle
  • Christmas eve
  • Egg nog
  • Apple Cider
  • Give it a kick
  • National Lampoon's Christmas vacation (see here)
  • Sucks
  • Stuffing
  • Lava lamp (see here)
  • Brainwash

Words to Know

  • Ayahuasca/yagé - Indigenous plant taken during spiritual rituals
  • Tri boarder - Where three countries meet
  • To make the most of the fact - take advantage of the situation
  • Consumer holiday - a holiday that is based on people buying things they don't need
  • Role Modal - a person who sets a good example for kids
  • Frosty the snowman - a man made from snow who speaks 
  • Fuzz - thin body hair, often that of a man's beard
  • Lap - the top part of your legs that can be used as a seat for other people
  • White Christmas - a Christmas filled with snow
  • Extended family - aunts, uncles, cousins, second cousins, in-laws etc...
  • Immediate family -  brother, sister, mum, dad
  • Macho - to be very chauvinistic towards woman
  • You're missing out - you're not experiencing something that's really good
  • Ego trip - when you falsely  think that you are the king of the worl

News

  • A big thank you to everyone who came to the RealLife Christmas with Soul party
  • RealLife English event in Rio - Learn More here

Shout Outs

  • Eduardo from Belo Horizonte! Thanks for hanging out with us :)

Connect

If you’ve found the podcast at all helpful or entertaining, please help other people find our podcast by visiting our iTunes page and giving us a positive review. The more 5 star reviews we get the higher we rank in iTunes and the easier it is for other people to find us.

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If you know some ways we can make the podcast better, please send us an email: chad@reallifebh . com

Direct download: Christmas_podcast_2.mp3
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Words You'll Learn

  • Rocking an afro
  • Jagermeister
  • Have something down
  • Guts
  • Balls
  • Nuts
  • Sack
  • A bunch of

Words to Know

  • Raining cats and dogs -  to be raining a lot
  • Dilly dally - spend time on irrelevant things
  • Drilling exercise a repetitive to help memorize things
  • Sum up courage - to collect all of your courage when you need it
  • Take something to a new level - to become better or more professional at something
  • J-man - what Chad calls Justin sometimes

News

  • The RealLife Chrismas with Soul Party in BELO HORIZONTE - See invitation
  • The RealLife Christmas party in BARCELONA - See invitation
  • The RealLife English Manifesto will be available soon

Shout Outs

  • Joana Romano - 5 star iTunes review
  • Calliger - 5 star iTunes review

Learn how to leave a 5 star iTunes review here - This will help our ranking and more people will see the podcast. Aww Yeah!

Question

  • Leticica Senna - What is the freaking difference between bEd and bAd - Minimal pairs

Expressions

  • Go for it
  • Step up your game
  • To have guts
  • Put on a brave face - Fake it until you make it
  • Grow a pair - Nut up - sack up

Tip

  •  Get some help with your pronunciation minimal pairs  with Sheep or Sheep

Joke

  •  What do you call a deer with no eyes??

Connect

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If you know some ways we can make the podcast better, please send us an email: trevor @ reallifebh . com 

Song

Rasta Courage - SOJA

Direct download: Podcast_Courage.mp3
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Words You'll Learn

  • Right off the bat
  • Tom boy 
  • Pull something off
  • Double or nothing
  • Bust ass
  • Pampered
  • Spoiled 

Words to Know

  • To swear - to say bad words e.g. f@#k / sh#t
  • Artistic license - to be able to break the rules because of your artistic abilities
  • Juggling - to keep two or more objects in the air at one time by alternately throwing and catching them
  • Skydiving - the activity of jumping out of an airplane
  • Hustle (negative use) - to trick some in order to take advantage of them
  • Pool - game of billiards where the objective is the sink all the balls
  • Shit - in some cases "shit" can mean your things or your activities
  • World class - the best in the world at something

News

  • RealLife English Christmas with Soul Party in Belo Horizonte - 14/12/13
  • RealLife Tripppin party in São Paulo - 07/12/13
  • New RealLife party meetup facebook groups:
    Argentina
    Indonesia
    Brasilia
    Madrid

Shout Outs

  • Bu (Brazil, Florianopolis) - 5 star iTunes Review
  • Danny (Italy) - 5 star iTunes Review

Question

  • Rawda asked: Can we use the word DUDE for women?
  • Nana asked:  How do you use the word AIN'T?

Watch our friend Rodrigo "Dawg" explain how to use the word AIN'T

Expressions

  • Go all out / Give it your all
  • Hit the ground running
  • Hustle
  • Get your shit together
  • Bust your ass 

Tip

Joke

  •  What do you get from a pampered cow???

Connect

If you’ve found the podcast at all helpful or entertaining, please help other people find our podcast by visiting our iTunes page and giving us a positive review. The more 5 star reviews we get the higher we rank in iTunes and the easier it is for other people to find us.

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If you know some ways we can make the podcast better, please send us an email: trevor @ reallifebh . com 

Song

Green Day - Working Class Citizen

Direct download: Podcast_Hard_Work.mp3
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Words You'll Learn

  • Pop in
  • Eager
  • In shape
  • Low blow
  • Put something out

Words to Know

  • Face-to-face - To be talking to someone in person
  • Yell - To make your voice really loud and sometimes aggressive
  • Hit below the belt - To punch someone in the lower region of their body (generally the balls)
  • Rumors - Stories told about people that aren't necessarily true
  • Gotcha - Abbreviation for "I have got you" - I understand
  • Ladies man - A man who is good at attracting women's attention
  • Be in labor - The stage before a women gives birth, has a baby

News

Shout Outs

  •  Amanda Oliveira
  • Anjin - 5 star iTunes review

Question

Expressions

  • Fire in the belly
  • Fire someone up
  • Fight fire with fire
  • There's no smoke without fire
  • Where's the fire?

Tip

  •  Meetup with people and speak English in your city with Meetup.com

Joke

  •  Two fish in a tank...

Connect

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If you know some ways we can make the podcast better, please send us an email: trevor @ reallifebh . com

Song

Michael Franti - Yell fire 

Direct download: Nov_26_Podcast_Fire.mp3
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To find the links to the resources, go to http://reallifebh.com/trevor-says-goodbye/

Words You'll Learn

  • M.I.A.
  • The Maharishi Effect
  • For old times' sake
  • The DMV
  • Split
  • Beet

Words to Know

  • Transcontinental airplane - a plane that flies between continents
  • Break up - end a relationship (usually a romantic one)
  • Synchronized - doing something at the same time (often in different locations)
  • Two-timing - someone who cheats on their husband or wife
  • Infidelity - same as above
  • Blow you away - impress you
  • Twinge - a brief experience of an emotion (often unpleasant)
  • Wandering (mind) - when you have difficulty focusing on one thing
  • Ramblings - lengthy, confusing, irrelevant talks

Expressions

  • Peace (out)
  • Catch ya later / catch ya on the flip side
  • Take it easy 
  • Hit the road
  • Let's split

Connect with Trevor and His New Project

To find more about the meditation revolution, check out Trevor's website, The Universal Beat.

There, you can:

Resources

The Maharishi Effect - proof that group meditation reduces crime.

The Science of World Peace 

How Meditation Can Improve Your English

Song

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6xQaAj52K2g

Direct download: 40_-_Trevors_Last_Podcast_-_Goodbyes.mp3
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In this special edition of the RealLife Podcast, Justin and Ethan talk about how learning English can make you a global citizen.

World citizenship is a collection of processes, skills, character traits, and attitudes that together form an identity that transcends geographic and political borders to include all of humanity. 

Read the Article 

Join the RealLife International Community

Join over 16,000 members from 60+ Countries

The Video That Inspired This: Overview Effect http://vimeo.com/55073825

Song: Where Is The Love? (Blackeyed Peas) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WpYeekQkAdc

Take 2 Minutes to Leave an iTunes Review (It Helps Us A LOT)!

As a THANK YOU for your review, we'll give you 10 FREE & EXCLUSIVE RLE Podcasts w/ TRANSCRIPTS!

Direct download: World_Citizenship_Podcast_-_Final.mp3
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Words You’ll Learn

  • Take into your own hands
  • Tracks
  • Skeleton
  • Carcass
  • Toilet paper someone's house

Words to Know

  • Ghostbusters- Guys that kill ghosts (see the RealLife Ghostbusters here)
  • Pegan Holiday- A christian holiday
  • Wardrobe / closet- place where you put your clothes in
  • Costume- fantasy clothes you wear at a halloween party
  • Fond memories- memories from your past which make you happy
  • Tin man- Character from the Wizard of Oz who is made from tin (see here)
  • Your little one- your child
  • Phonetics- the different sounds of a language
  • Boogie- mucus that has dried up in your nose

News 

  • Don't miss the RealLife Halloween party for anyone that's in Belo Horizonte
  • Don't forget to check out our blog to read some of our content

Shout Outs

  • 5 Star review - Paulo Henrique Rabelo

Expressions

  •  Stop dead in your tracks
  • A witch hunt
  • Scared shitless / scare the shit out of someone
  • A skeleton in the closet
  • Trick or treat

Tip

Joke

  •  Which ghost is the best dancer...?

Connect

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If you know some ways we can make the podcast better, please send us an email: trevor @ reallifebh . com

Song - 

I put a spell on you - Screaming Jay Hawkin

Direct download: Halloween_Podcast.mp3
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Words You'll Learn

  • Blind date
  • Potent
  • Testing the waters
  • a player
  • Talk yourself up
  • Drown out

Words to Know

  • Yours truly - expression to reference yourself
  • Apply - to candidate yourself
  • Grant - money given to organizations to accelerate their work
  • The shit - something that is really good (shit - something bad)
  • Flirt - To make playfully romantic or sexual comments to someone
  • Criteria - the requirements
  • Brag - to say good things about yourself
  • To take the floor - take control in explaining something
  • Disclaimer - denial of responsibility or connection 
  • New Zealand - Country close to Australia where people have a funny accent

News

Shout Outs

  • The podcast fans Justin met at the RealLife Tripppin party in São Paulo - Fabiano Gomes,  Valdomir Batista da Rocha, Gui Gênova and  Adonis

Question

  •  What's the difference between dating and seeing someone?

Expressions

  •  Play the field
  • Chat up
  • Hook up
  • Get turned down
  • Wingman

Tip

  • Learn with RealLife 1 minute videos. See here 

Joke

  •  I always keep a picture of my wife and kids in my wallet because...

Connect

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Song

Flight of the Concords - If you're in to

 

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Direct download: Relationship_podcast_37.mp3
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Words You'll Learn

  • On strike 
  • To get your fix
  • Screen name 
  • Kudos
  • Hiss
  • To live under a rock
  • Talking smack
  • Flimsy
  • Trippy

Words to Know

Note: the definitions given are based on the context that they're used within the podcast.

  • Bargain - to try and get a better deal
  • Juvenile - young
  • It's downhill - it just gets worse 
  • Made up - invented, 
  • Back in my day - when I was younger
  • Tamed - animals suitable to have as pets
  • Fired - what your company does to you when they no longer want you to work for them.
  • Deadline - the time that something is needed to be completed.
  • Clear up - remove any doubts
  • Up-to-date - aware of what's currently happening
  • Rag - an old, small towel that's used to clean
  • Breeze - a small amount of wind
  • Dr. Dre - a famous rapper/producer

News

Shout Outs

  • Castilhoft from Brazi
  • 天天  from China
  • Mvbpereira from Brazil

Question

  •  How do you use and respond to "What's up?" including how NOT to say "what's up."

Expressions

  • Back to the wall
  • Hit the roof
  • Wipe the floor
  • To sit on the fence
  • House of cards

Tip

Joke

  • What's rhymes with.... 

Connect

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Song

House of Cards by Radiohead

Direct download: RLEP_36_-_House.mp3
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Words to Know

Braid- to tie hair together to make a thicker piece of hair
Pick up line- phrase used to attract a person you are interested in
Wuss/wimp- coward
Let someone down- to not fill expectations, disappoint
To kill something- to do a perfect job
Follow through with something- to do a job or task until you have finished without quitting
Deadline- to final time you have to finish something
Ask around- to ask many people the same question to get many opinions
Bumpy- turbulent, and unstable situation
All you can eat buffet- a buffet when you can eat as much as you want repetitive times
Staple- a small piece of metal used to hold pieces of paper together
Hardcore fan- fans who are really dedicated and don’t miss an episode

News

  • RLE party in Belo Horizonte was awesome as normal
  • The first RLE parties in Rio de Janeiro and Barcelona on the 19th of September

Shout Outs

  • Eduardo – Special shout out from RLE Podcast listener from Belo Horizonte 

Question

  • What’s the difference between luggage, baggage, suitcase and duffle bag 

Expressions

  • Put the pedal to the metal
  • Whatever floats your boat
  • Jump ship
  • A rocky road
  •  Slippery slope
  • To go to town (on something)

Tip

Joke

Connect

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If you know some ways we can make the podcast better, please send us an email: trevor @ reallifebh . com

Song

Red Hot Chilli Peppers – Road Tripping

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Words You'll Learn

  • Saudades
  • Missing in Action (M.I.A)
  • Every cloud has a silver lining 
  • C.E.O.
  • Shrink
  • Short and sweet
  • A'ight
  • Grillz
  • To rock something 
  • Let's make like a banana and split
  • Banana split
  • Earmuffs (literal and figurative)

Words to Know

  • Yakuza - organized crime group in Japan
  • Russian roulette - a game where you put a gun with one bullet in it to your head and take turns pulling the trigger
  • Revolver - a type of gun similar to a pistol
  • (When something is) behind you - you're not worry about it anymore, it's in the past
  • Abundance - a large quantity of good things 
  • Maxing out - the most something can do/get
  • Bribed - to persuade someone with often illegal offers
  • (To do something) rain or shine - You're going to do it no matter what the weather is like
  • Aww yeah - not ohh yeah
  • Cali - short for California
  • Kidnapped - when someone is taken by force, generally to get a ransom [money]
  • Sprinkle - to drop/pour/scatter small drops of a substance over something

News

  • The 30th RLE Party in Belo Horizonte on Saturday the 14th. <LINK>
  • The first RLE party in Rio de Janeiro on Thursday the 19th.
  • The first RLE party in Barcelona on Thursday the 19th.

Shout Outs

  • Quel123
  • Castilhoft
  • Manoel Lopes

Question

  •  How do you use the word EVEN? <LINK>

Expressions

  • Fo shizzle
  • That's whack
  • Bling
  • Let's bounce
  • To scope it out/scope something

Tip

Joke

  •  What is your greatest weakness?

Connect

If you’ve found the podcast at all helpful or entertaining, please help other people find our podcast by visiting our iTunes page and giving us a positive review. The more 5 star reviews we get the higher we rank in iTunes and the easier it is for other people to find us.

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If you know some ways we can make the podcast better, please send us an email: trevor @ reallifebh . com

Song

Rite Where U Stand by Gang Starr 

 

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Words to Know

Kidnap – to steal a person
Ransom – money asked for when someone is kidnapped
Fleas – little bugs found on animals
Kick it off – to start with excitement
Blend – to mix and combine
Strict policy – rules that are taken very seriously
Map (Verb) – give structure to something and help you understand
Mediocre – something or someone very average or plain
Luxurious – things that represent wealth and are of high quality
Slack off – to be lazy and not work when you are supposed to
Dump someone – to end a relationship in a bad way
Suitable – appropriate and/or accurate 
Cheesy – something of bad taste and/or out of style
The Boogeyman – a mythical character that lives in children’s closets
Stare down – look at someone in an intimidating way

News

  • People are starting to help us organise the party
  • New quotes competition - participate here
  • Max is an administrator, Awww Yeahhh!!

Shout Outs

  •  5 star podcast review

Question

Expressions

  • Average Joe
  • Class act
  • Good-for-nothing
  • Cold as ice
  • A cry baby 

Tip

Joke

Connect

If you’ve found the podcast at all helpful or entertaining, please help other people find our podcast by visiting our iTunes page and giving us a positive review. The more 5 star reviews we get the higher we rank in iTunes and the easier it is for other people to find us.

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If you know some ways we can make the podcast better, please send us an email: trevor @ reallifebh . com

Song

As Cold As Ice - Foreigner

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Direct download: podcast_char.mp3
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Words to Know

Numb- when you can't feel your body because it's really cold
Brain freeze- a sudden headache caused by cold drinks
Street cred- a good reputation on the streets
Dilly dallying- wasting time on silly things
Adam's apple- round part of a man's throat  
Tuned / Untuned- when a iinstrument sounds really good or bad
Humble- Someone who is very modest
Struggle- To progress with difficulty
Multifaceted- to have many different aspects
Boost- a push to help you get better or higher
Internship- a training period for business professionals 
Go over- to cover or talk about a particular topic
Stoked- excited and enthusiastic
Chill- very relaxed 

News

  •  The RLE party has become fomous in B.H. 

Shout Outs

  •  5 star review from Иринуся from Russia (Irene)

Question

  •  What's the difference between the two ""TH"  sounds in English. Watch the video

Expressions

  • Have a blast
  • Hit it off
  • Variety is the spice of life
  • Hold your own
  • A shot in the arm

Tip

Quote

  •  "The people who are crazy enough to change the world are the ones who actually do"  -Steve Jobs

Connect

If you’ve found the podcast at all helpful or entertaining, please help other people find our podcast by visiting our iTunes page and giving us a positive review. The more 5 star reviews we get the higher we rank in iTunes and the easier it is for other people to find us.

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If you know some ways we can make the podcast better, please send us an email: trevor @ reallifebh . com

Song

Talking Blues - Bob Marley 

Direct download: podcast_33.mp3
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Words to Know

  • Disrupting - something that takes your attention away
  • Vipassana - a technique of meditation taught by the Buddha. There are 10 day courses held in centers all over the world where you can learn the technique. More details.
  • Pots and pans - used for cooking food on a stove [fire].
  • Ecovillage - communities with the goal of becoming more socially, economically and ecologically sustainable.
  • Da bomb - awesome, great, cool, amazing
  • Polar bear - a bear with white fur that lives in very cold climates
  • Parenthesis - (this is surrounded by parenthesis)
  • Mellow - calm, tranquil
  • Signature - when you write your name to verify that you agree with a document

Mentions

News

  • Trevor is now in Rio, we plan on starting the Real Life English Party there in October.
  • The Real Life English Party XXVII in Belo Horizonte was a great success, we'll see you next time on September 7th.

Shout Outs

  •  Sony Vietnam

Question

  •  What is the difference between "that" and "which"?

Expressions

  • Happy as Larry
  • John Hancock
  • Any Tom, Dick, and Harry
  • Jack of all trades
  • Pandora's box 

Tip

Trick

  • How the Buddha can help you learn English 

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Song

Dramatic Song by Toby Turner

Direct download: RLEP_31_-_Expressions_related_to_PEOPLES_NAMES.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 4:11pm -03

Words to Know

Kitty litter – a toilet for cats
The masses – large groups of people
On the ball – someone who is very smart and doesn’t miss anything
Branch out – to extend to new places
Country side – the interior regions of a country
Guarana – a Brazilian fruit used to make a popular type of soda
Vegan – Someone who doesn’t eat anything that comes from an animal
Chalk – pen used to write on blackboard made from a dry powder
Meru – Justin’s cat
Bring up – to raise a child, be a parent
Icing – the covering layer of a cake that is very sweet
Brain power – the capacity of your brain
Broth – a hot dish similar to soup
Boo Hoo – noise to imitate someone crying

News

  • The Next RLE party is going to be on the 10th of August at Devassa bar
  • Don’t forget to watch all the videos from the movie marathon 

Shout Outs

  • Lorena Lopez Ramirez (Archidona Spain)
  • Wagner Sodre (Goias)

Question

  • How to use, Either or / Neither nor 

Expressions

·         Chalk and Cheese

·         Cut the mustard

·         Icing on the cake

·         Food for thought

·         Too many cooks spoil the broth

·         You can’t have your cake and eat it too

Tip

  •  Use Ted Ed to practice daily with questions to practice your comprehension. http://ed.ted.com/

Joke

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Song

Pearl Jam - Breath 

Direct download: Podcast_30_Finished.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:57am -03

Words to Know

  • Standing up - when all of your weight is on your feet, not sitting
  • Bimonthly - two times a month
  • Pissed off - angry
  • Legit - short for legitimate 
  • Upset - sad
  • Old chestnut - something you've heard many times before
  • Lipstick - makeup that you put on your mouth
  • Shovel - a tool used to dig into the ground
  • Boogie board - a small board used to catch waves
  • Swoop - to move rapidly down through the air
  • Mercy - showing someone compassion instead of punishing them
  • Chop - to cut through something

News

  •  Trevor is moving to Rio and will start the Real Life English Party and other events there. If you want to meet up with Trevor and have a coffee, beer, açaí, coconut water or whatever, send him an email at Trevor@RealLifeBH.com

Shout Outs

  • Marcelo Moreira from Belo Horizonte, Brazil—5 star iTunes review
  • Alex Rivera from El Salvador, @alexrivera210

Question

  • Sometimes the verb "to come" can be used as the word "to go." For example, "I'm coming with you," not "I'm going with you." Why is this? 
  • See the article on How to Use the Word "Go" for more info.

Expressions

  • Put two and two together
  • The whole nine yards
  • One fell swoop
  • Back to square one
  • 101

Tip

Joke

  •  The two rules for success

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Song

Can I Kick It? by a Tribe Called Quest

 

Return from Expressions related to NUMBERS to Real Life English ESL Podcasts

Direct download: RLEP_29_-_Expressions_related_to_NUMBERS.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 1:21pm -03

Words to Know

  • Silky- Something made from silk, typical with lingerie
  • Undergarments- Underwear
  • Dope - Cool
  • A bunch -  A lot
  • Reckless- To do something without caring about others safety
  • Hatchet- A small ax used to cut down small trees
  • Bury- Put something in a hole in the ground and cover with dirt
  • Bearer of bad news- The person who holds bad news
  • Blame- To accuse someone of something
  • Drug money- Money made from selling drugs
  • Break into- Enter somewhere using force of breaking doors
  • On the bench- In sports, when a player is not on the field
  • Wrap up- To finish
  • In the flesh- In person
  • Scottish- Someone from Scotland
  • Pull a muscle- Hurt your musscle when doing physical activity

News

Shout Outs

  • RLE is MEGA DOPE! -- 5 star iTunes review (myonlinenglishteacher16 from the Philippines)

Question

  •  Why do I see YET used as BUT?

Expressions

  • Dodge a bullet
  • Bury the Hatchet
  • Don’t Shoot the messenger
  • Pull out the big guns
  • Cross swords

Tip

Joke

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Song

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HXEJjtBouRA - Original Version

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A6PEboTpcfI - Obama Version

Direct download: Podcast_28.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:19pm -03

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Words to Know

  • Rays - Short for "sun rays"
  • Porch - the front of a house or building
  • Chillin' out - slang for not doing much
  • Gang - a group of people
  • Insightful - smart
  • Picnic - a meal eaten outdoors, usually at a park
  • Guru - a spiritual teacher
  • Açaí - a delicious Brazilian fruit
  • Hatch - an opening allowing passage from one side to another
  • Pour - to cause a liquid to flow out from a container
  • Sorbet - a dessert containing frozen fruit, similar to ice cream
  • Grammys - awards for music
  • Emmys - awards for movies
  • Sock - what you put on your feet before before your shoes
  • Sleeves - the part of your shirt that touches your arm
  • Expose - to make visible
  • Speech - a discourse given to an audience
  • Mess - something that is dirty or disorganized
  • Fair weather friend - mentioned in Episode #17 - Expressions related to Weather
  • All ears - paying complete attention
  • Fire at - shoot at

News

Shout Outs

  • Taeko Araki, Blog comment
  • Kumiko Kunii from Japan, 5 star iTunes revie
  • Gustavo Rocha, admin of the polyglot group, Language Learners 
  • Max Ahumada, comment from the Hangout 

Question

  • What's the difference between "fast" "quick" and "rapid"? by Bob, @roledi, from Mexico City.

Expressions

  • Dressed to the nines
  • To fit like a glove
  • Caught with your pants down
  • At the drop of a hat
  • Under your belt

Tip

  •  Puns

Joke

  •  Do what to William??

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Song

 Hip Hop Saved My Life by Lupe Fiasco

Direct download: RLEP_Episode_27_-_Expressions_related_to_CLOTHES.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 1:43pm -03

Words to Know

  • Burp- to expel gas from the stomach from mouth
  • Push up- movement used to workout your chest and arms
  • Full house- the place was very crowded
  • Head over- go to 
  • Figure out- to solve a problem
  • Pound down- to drink a lot very quickly
  • Brainwash- make someone believe what you want them to believe
  • From the bottom of my heart- with total sincerity
  • Bullet- metal that you shoot out of a gun
  • Tie down- use rope to hold something still
  • Drug addict- someone addicted to drugs
  • Free solo rock climbing- rock climbing with no ropes; check out Alex Honnald
  • Fairy- small mythical woman who flies
  • Splatter- to splash with small blobs
  • My old man- my dad, father

News

  • Real Life Twitter has over 40,000 followers
  • The RLE party was a huge success
  • The RLE party will be in Rio in the near future 
  • The second last yoga picnic

Shout Outs

  • Natalia - Russia 
  • Monettchi - USA
  • Vinicius Arcanjo - Brazil

Question

  •  What's the difference between "earn" and "win?"

Expressions

  •  A loose cannon
  • Are you out of your mind?
  • Have a bone to pick with someone
  • Away with the fairies
  • The shit hits the fan

Tip

Joke

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Song

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JUXsWcwjwvw

Direct download: podcast_25_edited.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:06am -03

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Words to Know

  • Stick around - stay 
  • Slackline - a balancing game (see picture)
  • Face to face meetup - meeting in person
  • Deduction - to have arrived at a fact by logic
  • Descendant - a blood relative of an older person
  • Get back on track - get back on the correct path
  • Get it on - have sex
  • Wallet - where people keep their money when walking around
  • Run over - when a vehicle drives over something
  • Keep it real - be real, be true, be cool

News

Shout Outs

Question

Expressions

  • To see through someone
  • Lead astray
  • Lead someone on
  • See it to believe it
  • Light at the end of the tunnel

Tip

Joke

  •  Confucius say...

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Song

Zebra by John Butler

Direct download: RLEP_Episode_25_-_Expressions_related_to_Chads_Fired.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 2:16pm -03

Words to Know

  • Weight off your shoulders - a big relief
  • Schedule- your personal time organizer
  • Updates - additional improvements
  • Peeps - friends, people in your social group
  • Hometown - the city where you were born
  • Background information - previous information about a story
  • Taking it to another level - making something better and more intense (in a god way)
  • Break up - to stop a relationship; when a band stops playing
  • Pretty much - basically
  • Damn straight - to show agreement (strong expression)
  • Reek - to smell really bad
  • Cut the crap - expression to tell someone to stop doing stupid things
  • Batman - Masked hero who brings criminals to justice while wearing a cape
  • Break down - explain piece by piece
  • The gist - the general concept
  • Hook up - to meet people somewhere
  • Shortcut - a quicker way to get somewhere
  • Dopey - someonw who doesn't sound intelligent by the way they talk and act

News

  • We have nearly finish the beta version of the Fluency+ course and are planning on making more podcasts with our extra time
  • The next RLE party is going to be on the 6th of July

Shout Outs

  •  Lua Alvarez  (new facebook administrator)
  • Max Ahumada (Facebook member of the week, thanks a lot Max)
  • Mira - Saint-Petersburg, Russia (5 star iTunes review)
  • Mistrzooo - Poland  (5 star iTunes review)
  • FeLanfranchi - Brazil (5 star iTunes review)

Questions

  •  There were no queations this week, WTF?!?! If you have a question coment below or send us an Email at theguys@reallifebh.com

Expressions

  •  Work it out
  • Get along
  • Get it together
  • End up
  • Do justice to something

Tip

  • Use this awesome resource the learn everything about the prepositions IN ON AT read here
  • Jurassic 5 article read here

Joke

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Song

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EXD7P6oTvyc

Return from Expressions ------- to Real Life English ESL Podcasts

Direct download: podcast_24_final_cut.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:40am -03

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Words to Know

  • Electrocuted - to be injured or killed by an electric shock
  • Earbuds - headphones
  • Stove - what you use to cook your food with fire
  • Chopped - cut through the base of something
  • Stick around - stay until the end
  • Viral - the rapid spread of something on the internet
  • Keep it up - continue doing a good job
  • Postman - someone who delivers mail
  • Poking - jabbing or prodding someone with something (usually your finger) (see photo)
  • Rambling - talking about something in an unorganized and confusing manner.
  • Shenanigans - mischief, playing around
  • Mess up - to make a mistake
  • Handlebars - what you use to steer/direct a bicycle/motorcycle
  • Cracked - to break something without the parts completely separating
  • Reinforce - strengthen or support

News

Shout Outs

Questions

  • What's the difference between "a little" and "a few"? 

Expressions

  • To walk on egg shells/walk on thin ice
  • Add fuel to the fire
  • Blow a fuse
  • Eat someone alive
  • Give someone a piece of your mind 

Tip

  •  How to best use this podcast to learn English

Joke

  •  Why is Santa so jolly (happy)?

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Song

Believe by the Dirty Heads

Direct download: RLEP_Episode_23_-_Expressions_related_to_ANNOYANCE.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:44pm -03

Special guest-Josh Plotkin from Brazilian Gringo

Words to Know

Cholesterol – fatty substance you find in food from McDonalds

Vegemite – a bitter paste eaten by Australians

Acai – fruit sorbet found in Brazil

Fair-weather friend – a friend who only appears when things are good, see episode 1

Show up – arrive late or unexpectedly

Heaps of – a lot of (common in Australian English)

Open my eyes to something – realize something for the first time

B.H. – Belo Horizonte, the capital city of Minas Gerais, Brazil

Biarch – gangster way to say “bitch” but is also used to joke around

Fo shizzle – for sure, slang used commonly by Snoop Dogg

Captain Planet – superhero TV show

Profits – money made by a company

Keep your head above water – figurative expression meaning you are just surviving financially

Puppet – a small figure or animal that you put your hand in the play with, see here

Space out – to not be paying attention to anything around you

Meat head – guys who are so muscular that they don’t have a neck

Beat up – to punch and kick someone aggressively

Behind someone’s back – to say something about someone so they can’t hear you

Flatuate – to fart

Toot – to fart

Let one rip – to fart

Cut the cheese – to fart

One cheek sneak – to fart

Weirdo – a strange person

Skeptical – when you are doubtful before you try something

Parody – something that imitates a song for comic effect or ridicule

News

  • 162 people went to the RLE party in Belo Horizonte last Saturday, thanks to everyone who came!!
  • Chad went to yoga for the first time. Warning - don't do yoga under a tree full of birds

Shout Outs 

Members from Real Life English recorded live at the RLE party.

Questions

Whats the difference between "may" and "might"?

Expressions

  • On fire
  • Tread water
  • On earth
  • Pump Iron
  • Pass wind

Tip

  • How to make your trip to the USA better with CRAIGSLIST

Joke

Vote which joke is better in the comments below:

  1. Always remember that you are unique... just like everyone else. (Trevor)
  2. Why don't blind people go skydiving? Because it's not much fun for the dog. (Josh)

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Song

Brailian gringo presents Gringo Style

Direct download: Podcast_22_Elements.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:20am -03

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Words to Know

  • Pets - animals that live in your house
  • Feed - to give food to
  • Concrete - a building material; what sidewalks are made of
  • Asphalt - the black material that roads are made of
  • Stick around - stay
  • Wad up - what you do to a piece of paper to turn into a ball
  • Crumpled up - same as above
  • To iron - to remove wrinkles out of clothes (see photo)
  • Eighths - to cut something into eight pieces
  • Picnic - a meal outdoors
  • Chestnut - a type of nut (see photo)
  • Strict - following the rules exactly
  • Tough guy - a strong, intimidating person
  • Cave - a large underground chamber
  • Overwhelmed - too much to handle/withstand
  • Carpet - a floor or stair covering made from thick woven fabric
  • Rug - a floor covering of shaggy or woven material, generally not covering the entire floor
  • Bin - trashcan
  • Sweep - to clean by brushing away dirt or trash
  • Broom - a long handled brush; what you use to sweep
  • Playground - an outdoor area provided for kids to play, usually at a park or school
  • Jungle gym - a structure of bars or other material for kids to play on
  • Slippery - difficult to hold on or stand on because it's smooth, wet, or slimy
  • Falling apart - breaking into little pieces

News

  • The Real Life English Party is on Saturday, June 8th at Devassa in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, starting at 5pm. Click here for pictures of the last party.
  • The Real Life Yoga Picnic is going to be on Sunday, June 9th, in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. Be sure to attend because...
  • Trevor is thinking about moving to Rio de Janeiro to start Real Life English parties and events there. If you have any advice for Trevor on where to stay, give him an email at Trevor @ reallifebh . com

Mentions

Shout Outs

Question

  •  What is the difference between bring and take?

Expressions

  •  To hold back
  • Quit while you're ahead
  • Cave in
  • Sweep it under the carpet/rug
  • Let it slide

Tip

  • Duolingo - a fun way to learn grammar. 

Joke

  • Politics

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Song

Little Lion Man by Mumford and Sons 

Direct download: RLEP_Episode_21_-_Expressions_related_to_RESISTANCE.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 1:43pm -03

Words to Know

Ear buds- noise receptors in your ear
Virtual haircut - life like video, you must hear with headphones (click here to watch)
Every now and then - sometimes
Left over - the remains of something
Kink - problems in technology
Pop up - to appear unexpectedly
Rings a bell - sounds familiar
Brutal - a bad or awkward situation
Intertwined - to become joined together
Shaky - an unbalanced situation
Blended - crushed in a blender (see photo)
Dutch - a person/language from the Netherlands
Split the bill - divide the bill
Blindfold - a piece of fabric used to cover your eyes
Set up - organise somthing for someone else
Facestalk - to stalk someone on facebook
Fiends with benefits - friends who have sexual intercourse
Busted -broken

News

  • New introduction to the podcast
  • We have a present for all of our podcast listeners - see more at the podcast page
  • The next Real Life party is on the 8th of June - we will charge R$5 to cover costs and donate to KIVA

Shout Outs....

  • Itunes review - Al from Basque Country 
  • Itunes review - Sorasoroya Thailand

Questions

  • What's the difference between "advise" and "advice?"

Expressions

Tip

  • ANKI - flashcard program used to help remember new vocabulary!!

Joke

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Song

Jurassic 5 - The Thin LIne

Direct download: Podcast_20_Relationships.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:01am -03

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Words to Know

  • Young grasshopper - A common thing for a Martial Arts master to call a student.
  • Period - Menstrual cycle
  • Cramps - Painful contractions of muscles
  • Hypnosis - a state of consciousness where you are very open to suggestions (see photo)
  • Blood - the red liquid in your body that comes out when you are cut
  • Cologne - scented water to make men smell good (perfume is for women)
  • On top of the world - To feel absolutely amazing (this was an expression in Episode #13)
  • Warm and fuzzy - happy and comforted
  • Liquor - alcohol that is very strong: rum, whiskey, vodka, tequila, etc.
  • The more the merrier - the more people, the more fun it is
  • Handsome - good looking (used for men)
  • Inside joke - a joke that only people within a selected group would understand because it refers to a previous humorous situation
  • Intervals - a space between two things, a gap
  • Cleared it up - removed any confusion
  • Relevant - closely connected or appropriate
  • Make up - cosmetics that are generally used by women to make them "more attractive"
  • Lips - what you kiss with
  • Opposed - contrasting or conflicting with each other
  • Gazelle - a small, four legged animal with horns (see photo)
  • Mankind - human beings considered collectively; the human race
  • Saying - a short expression, generally containing wisdom
  • Jamming - to play/improvise with other musicians
  • Chunk - a thick, solid piece of something
  • Strap - a piece of flexible material used to carry or hold on to something
  • Swing dance - (watch a swing dance flash mob)
  • Bullshit - nonsense
  • Turn off - switch off
  • Foul mouths - people who swear/curse
  • Hatchet - a small ax
  • Ax - a tool typically used for chopping wood (see photo)

News

  • The RLE Party is confirmed for July 8th at Devassa in Savassi, Belo Horizonte, Brazil. The party starts at 5pm.
  • The podcast will now be released by 12 noon on Tuesdays.
  • The Real Life English Podcast was downloaded 2,000 in one day.
  • We now have 30,000 followers on Twitter. Aww yeah! 

Shout Outs

Questions

  •  What is the difference between "avenue," "street," "boulevard," and "road"?

Expressions

  • Jump to conclusions
  • By leaps and bounds
  • Spread yourself to thin
  • Swing by
  • Breaking my balls

Tip

  • Immerse yourself in English by changing the language of your phone, computer, Facebook, Twitter, email, software, and everything you can into English.

Joke

  • Put down - to place on a surface, (I can't put it down - when a book is so good you can't stop reading)

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Song

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sDxKp22hmBY

For full lyrics click here

Chorus:

crave you like a breath underwater
I'm someone's son and you'll be somebody's daughter
And we're both somebody, intertwined together we can be hotter

  • Crave - a powerful desire desire
  • Intertwined - twisted together; connected or linked closely.

For more info about the interview of how Kai saved some people's live's by smashing a guy in the back of the head with a hatchet click here.

Direct download: RLEP_Episode_19_-_Expressions_related_to_MOVEMENT.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:56am -03

Words to Know

Tan- darkened skin from the sun
Worm- an insect that lives in the ground and eats poop
Wealthy-
 to have lots of life’s riches
Party-goer- a person who goes to parties
Look forward to- to be excited about something that will happen in the future
Bore to tears- to be so bored that you feel loke crying
Role model- someone who sets a good example for children
My bad- another way to accept the blame for something
Party pooper- someone who ruins a party or has bad energy at a party
Hotwire- to start a car without using a key
Killing it- doing a really good job
Hushed- keep it quiet
Trickery- the name of acts that can trick you
Venue- 
a place where you have shows and parties

News

  • Ethan has left Brazil and in planning on going to Spain in the near future
  • The next party “should” be on the 8th of June

Shout Outs

Question

  • What’s the difference between ‘fault’ & ‘mistake’ ? From: Merina Marwah, Indonesia @meriiina

Expressions

  • Keep the ball rolling
  • Keep an eye out
  • Finders Keepers
  • Keep it on the download
  • Keep it up

Tip

The Macmillan verb wheel game play it here

Joke

Mitch Hedburg
I don’t have a girlfriend but…
I like escalators because…

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Direct download: RLEP_Episode_18_-_Expressions_related_to_KEEP.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:56pm -03

Words to Know

Shade- different tones of colours
Skeptical- to not like or believe in something before you try it
rooted/cheering- to support a team or a person
Spring out- appear suddenly
Spot light- light used for attracting attentions to someone
Stage- elevated floor where people perform
Wheeze- noise made when having breathing problems
Kinky- a person who likes strange styles of sex
Get along- to have a good relationship with someone

News

The Real Life Party was awesome, next one is probably the 25th of May
New skype class schedule: reallifebh.com/skype

Shout Outs

Rodrigo P. Honorato (A.K.A. Dawg)
Itunes China
Itunes Spain
Itunes Brazil

Questions

What’s the difference between “oh yeah!” and “awwwww yeah.”

Expressions

  • A fair weather friend
  • To steal someone’s thunder
  • Under the weather
  • Come rain or shine
  • Snowed under

Tip

Have fun and Learn English reading Marvel comics at any convenient time

Joke

Why did the parrot die?!?!
Check out more one-liner jokes with Mitch Hedburg

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Direct download: podcast_17.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 5:32pm -03

podcast 16Words to Know

  • Grizzly bear - an extremely dangerous bear.
  • Plantation - a place where plants are grown to sell.
  • In a row - continuously.
  • Sock - what you put on your feet before your shoes. 
  • Picnic - an event that involves taking a pre-made food to be eaten outdoors.
  • Illustrative - a good example or explanation.
  • Mysticism - the belief that union with the Deity or the absolute, or the spiritual apprehension of knowledge inaccessible to the intellect, may be attained through contemplation and self-surrender.
  • Ambigram - a word that you can also read upside down. 
  • Piggyback ride - when you carry someone on your back.
  • Threat - a statement of an intention to inflict pain, injury, or damage in response to someone else's action or inaction.
  • Milder - not as strong.
  • Regift - when you give away something that was given to you.
  • Portal - an Internet site providing access or links to other sites.

News

Adir Ferreira from Transparent Languages is in the house! He came all the way from the countryside of São Paulo, Brazil to hang out with the Real Life Guys and go to the Real Life English Party XXV (click the link to check out the pictures).

We had an awesome time at the Real Life English Party on Saturday and the Real Life Yoga Picnic (click to join the yoga group) on Sunday. Thanks to everyone for attending!

Also Ethan is leaving Brazil in one week, he plans to move to Spain in the fall and start Real Life English there!

Shout Outs

Questions

What is the difference between "gone" and "been"?

Expressions

  • To have it coming
  • To reap what you sow
  • What goes around comes around
  • You get what you give
  • To bite off more than you can chew

Tip

Transparent.com

Joke

  • Hedgehog - An animal, like Sonic the Hedgehog
  • Hedge - a fence or boundary made from plants
  • Hog - someone who is selfish and doesn't want to share.

Adir

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Song

Instant Karma by John Lennon

Direct download: RLEP_16_-_Expressions_Related_to_Karma.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 5:41pm -03

Words to Know

Wheelie- When you ride a bike with the front tire off the groundpodcast luck
Unicycle- 
Bicycle with one wheel
Make sense of something- To understand something
Rain or shine- To do something no matter what happens
Stub my toe- To hit your toe on something
Leprechaun- Magical Irish man
Ginger- A person with red hair
4 leaf clover- Grassy plant with leaves that represent luck
Whine- To complain

News

  • The Real Life party is going to happen next weekend
  • Real Life yoga will also happen on the 28th of April

Shout Outs

Questions

How to use the words; Sore, pain, hurt and ache

Expressions

  • Just my luck
  • Beginners luck
  • A lucky streak
  • The luck of the Irish
  • Do’t push your luck

Tip

How to connect to people, learn about other cultures and practice your English with the Real Life English community

Joke

An Australian man in The U.S.A.

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Song

Boa Sorte / Good Luck by Vanessa da Mata featuring Ben Harper

Direct download: RLEP_Episode_15_-_Expressions_with_LUCK.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 3:01pm -03

Words to Know

  • Laundry - cleaning your dirty clothes
  • Sin - an immoral act
  • Craving - a powerful desire for something
  • Gross - unattractive, disgusting, ugly
  • Plastered - very drunk
  • Posh - upperclass, elegant. (British English)
  • Mischief - harm or trouble caused by someon
  • Mayhem - violent or damaging disorder or chaos
  • Big deal - something important
  • Aight - a slang way to say "alright"
  • Daydream - a series of pleasant thoughts that distract's your attention.

News

  • 25,000 followers on Twitter.
  • Because of all the followers on Twitter, Trevor cannot respond to everyone's tweets. If you'd want to make sure your question is answered, please send an email to Trevor at RealLifeBh dot com.
  • Adir Ferriera from transparent.com and adirferriera.com.br  is coming to Belo Horizonte for the next Real Life English PARTY on April 27th.

Shout Outs

Questions

  • The difference between "will" and "won't" by @AhlamAlfaify from Saudi Arabia

Expressions

  • Looking over your shoulder

  • Up in arms

  • Get your knickers in a twist/get your panties in a bunch

  • To have a go at someone

  • Something on your mind

Joke

Pain in the ass - A small irriation

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Song

Start Wearing Purple by Gogol Bordello

Direct download: RLEP_-_Episode_14_-_Expressions_related_to_DISTRESS.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 2:43pm -03

Words to know:

Crook- Sick in Australian English

under the weather-  Expression for being sick

Fasting- To spend a long time not eating

working out- Training at the guy, doing weights

buff- A strong persons with defined muscles

Spice up- Make something more interesting (figurative)

Give it a kick- Add something to make it stronger/better

Spokesman- A person who speaks to represent a company or country etc.

Moonwalk- To walk on the moon, famous Michael Jackson dance

Dirty Harry- Famous movie with Clint Eastwood
Coconut water-
The only thing Trevor needs to be satisfied

Stride- Walking with long steps to look cool

Fist pump-  Celebratory punch in the air  

On cloud nine- To be euphorically happy

Hold you down-  To be restricted to do something

Legit- Seems to be true or of good value (slang from the word legitimate)

Clunky- Awkwardly heavy or clumsy

News

Trevor apologizes for not responding to tweets in the last week, we've been working hard on the Real Life English Fluency+ Course .

Shout Outs

  • @englishrt
  • @aaali69
  • Aline (a comment from video #2 of the free RLE mini-course.)
  • Afifa Sayyida (a comment from video #2 of the free RLE mini-course.)

Expressions

  • Make someone's day
  • Jump for joy
  • Over the moon
  • Top of the world, walking on sunshine
  • Walking on air

Tip

Ted.com - How Body Language Changes Who You Are

Joke

Keep your mouth shut.

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Song

Clint Eastwood by the Gorillaz

Direct download: RLEP_-_Episode_13_-_Expressions_about_Happiness.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 1:20pm -03

podcast life picWords to Know

  • Tease - something to tempt you to stay until the end of the podcast
  • Shout outs - saying positive things to people who aren't with you
  • Mic - (pronounced mike) short for microphone
  • Such a shame - so unfortunate
  • Bottom of my heart - with sincerity
  • Step above - more advanced
  • Fluke - an accident
  • Dish - a dish with food. For example, what's your favorite dish?
  • Chili - a tomato-based dish that generally has beans, corn, meat, and cheese. (see pic)
  • Cut off - to separate completely with a knife.
  • Play on words - A joke that uses words that have two meanings.

News

Shout Outs

Questions

  • Shawty, what's that word mean? by Laura Ruslan, Indonesia ‏‪@Lau‬rafadilah

Expressions

  • Larger than life
  • Life's a bitch
  • The best things in life are free
  • That's the way the cookie crumbles
  • Living life in the fast lane.

Tip

Practice your listening skills and learn English with Music LyricsTraining.com 

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Song

Day in The Life by the Beatles

Direct download: RLEP_Episode_12_-_Expressions_with_Life.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 1:09pm -03

Words to Know

Awesome- another way to say cool
Stick around- to stay in the same place
Morphing- to cut words and mix them, ex. want to/ wanna
With ease- to do something with no difficulty
Sack- a bag generally  used for potatoes
Hay- dried grass usually eaten by farm animals
Nap- a very quick sleep
Snooze- 
another word for sleep
Impulsive
to so something without thinking about it very much
Jab- to punch, can be used to express an insult
Gut- your stomach or belly
Couch- sofa
Misdiagnose- 
to diagnose incorrectly
Misapply-
 to use or apply incorectly
Remedies- 
relieves pain, cures disease, or corrects a disorder

News

The Real Life English PARTY is back. We have started our English speaking parties again and we all had an awesome time.

The Real Life English methodology videos are being enjoyed by many of our community members, to watch them sign up here

Shout Outs

Questions

What should I do to learn pronunciation with easy ? Listening music or what? Watching film? Or what? @IGotSooYoung

Expressions

  • To hit the sack
  • Asleep at the wheel
  • Cat nap
  • Sleep on it
  • You snooze you lose

Tip

We tell you how you can meet new people, practice your English and find a place to stay when travelling through COUCH SURFING

Joke

Trevor tells us a funny joke about politics

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Song


Wiz Khalifa
 - No Sleep

 

Direct download: Expressions_related_to_sleep.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:46pm -03

See full notes with links at realifebh.com/podcasts Episode #10

Words to Know

expressions with time

Well done - another way to say "good job"
Nourish -  to provide with the food or other substances necessary for growth, health, and good condition
Punctuality - arriving on time
Meet up - to go to the same location as someone
Tend - regularly or frequently do something
Outcome -  the way things happen
Google hangouts - A way to video chat with 10 people.
Arrow - A weapon that looks like this "—>"
Knights - A soldier from the Middle Ages who often rides on horseback (see photo).
Armor - Metal protection worn by knights to protect their body
Fruit flies - Insects that eat fruit.

News

Real Life English hopes to announce to have another Real Life English Party on Saturday the 23rd in Belo Horizonte.

Also the three part video series of the Real Life English Learning Methodology has begun to release. This is only available for our subscribers. Click here to join.

Shout Outs

Questions

  • “I’ve always wanted to know the difference between into and onto. Could you guys please explain? ;)” by Arne Saknvessemm @saknvssemm
  • “How do we use the word "ain't" ? I still don't understand. Thx for your help :D.” by Riyan @apriyannto

Expressions

  • Time flies when you're having fun
  • Better late than never
  • Long time no see
  • Behind the times
  • Time will tell

Tip

Find a partner to do an English exchange for free on verbling.com

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Song

Time Will Tell by Bob Marley 

Direct download: Expressions_with_time.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:35pm -03

Chad and Trevor teach you all about 5 new expressions you're going to to love! Plus some cool tips and joke.

Words to know

Drop- when something fall, in this case the weather
Stay tuned- continue listening
Bite size- A small size to make it easy
Rocks- When something is cool and of good quality
Bloke/Sheila- Australian slang for man/woman
Move on- To continue
Bad breath- When your mouth doesn't smell good, often from eating garlic
Awkward- Uncomfortable with a person or situation
Forro- Brazilian partner dance
Ease your way in- Enter in a slow and gradual speed
Dope- Slang word for really cool, can be used to speak about marajuana
Mischief- Bad things, usually done by kids
Get away with something- To escape a situation without being punished

Expressions

  • Like a fish out of water
  • Blow something out of the water
  • Water under the bridge
  • To be in deep water
  • To dive into something

News

Justin tells about the new Real Life English T.V. 

Tip
Learn English with the Fluency MC

Joke
We talk about Rodney Dangerfield and give you some of his classic jokes

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Direct download: Episode__9_-_Expressions_involving_water.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:06pm -03

Learn 5 new expressions with Chad and Trevor. Also, a new tip about how to practice if you don't live in an Englihs speaking country, the diference between "get up" and "wake up" and all the RLE news.

Expressions:

Get the hang of something
Have something hanging over your head
Leave someone hanging
Hang in there
Hang out 

Direct download: Expressions_with_HANG.mp3
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Learn how to say 9 terms that don't translate well into Portuguese from English with Chad and Justin from Real Life English.

These terms are:

Saudades
Voce Sumiu
Quanto Tempo
Namorar
Shopping
Marcar
Combinar
Aceitar
Dar um Jeito 

Direct download: RLE_Podcast_for_Brazilians_1.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:35pm -03

Words to Know:

Watermelon- Delicious fruit, 90% of Trevor’s diet
Undercover- When something is secret, not many people know
A Parody- A copy of a famous video/song
Old English- English used in centuries ago
Hand cuffs- Metal straps used by police officers to hold people’s hands together
Unwritten laws- laws in society that everyone knows even though they’re not official
Carpentry- Working with wood
Midget- A little person, physical ability
Convict- Prisoner
Condescending- To treat someone as if you are superior to them.

News
Josh Plotkin (Brazilian Gringo) The release of GRINGO STYLE

Shout Outs:
Facebook member of the week -  Muhamad Azeem Sayuti

Question
The difference between “Shall” and “Will”

 Expressions with body parts!

  • Cost an arm and a leg
  • The rule of thumb
  • My hands are tied
  • Give someone the cold shoulder
  • On your toes

Joke
Discover the double meaning of “a little condescending.”

Tip
How to listen to any podcast in half speed

Song:

Cold Shoulder by Adele

Direct download: Podcast-expressions_with_body_parts.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:09pm -03

Imrprove your English the Real way with Chad and Trevor from Real Life English. Learn 5 cool new expressions:

- Let your hair down
-Party pooper
-To go all out
-Paint the town red
-Social Butterfly
 

Check out http://reallifebh.com/podcasts for notes on the episode including words to know and links.

Direct download: podcast_party_expressions.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 4:01pm -03

Improve your English with Chad and Trevor teaching you some cool new expressions related to work.

Expressions:

Don't Give Up Your Day Job
Dirty Work
All In A Days Work
Throw A Spanner In The Works
Work It Out

Plus some awesome tips and a joke.

Direct download: expressions_with_work.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 1:33pm -03

Learn 13 different uses for the word FUCK. Read the article at http://reallifebh.com/how-use-word-fuck

Direct download: the_word_fuck.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:57pm -03

Learn the dating hierarchy. Learn the difference between hooking up, seeing someone, going out, dating, hanging out, going steady, and more! With Ethan and Trevor. Read the article at http://reallifebh.com/sex-and-dating-terms

Direct download: sex_and_dating_terms.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 1:41pm -03

Learn some common Australian slang with Chad and Trevor. Read the article at http://reallifebh.com/speak-australian-english-australian-slang-expressions

Direct download: Australian_Slang.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 1:19pm -03

In this podcast, the expressions you’ll learn are:

  • Until the cows come home
  • You can’t teach an old dog new tricks
  • I’m so hungry I can eat a horse
  • To smell a rat
  • A wolf in sheeps clothing

Plus:

  • One thing the Real Life Guys do every Friday.
  • The difference between “wish” and “hope.”
Direct download: podcast_4-animals.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:51am -03

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