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PODCAST | An Idiom a Day
Episode 154-Transcript & Idiom Notes
Wednesday, 18 July 2018
Unlike some seagulls, who build nests on rocky ledges. Puffins, the cousins of penguins, dig burrows, a tunnel underground, high up on grassy cliff-tops. Puffins use both their feet and beaks to dig.
In America, Cannon Beach, in Oregon, is a popular tourists destination. Haystack Rock located on Cannon Beach is a well-known monument and is easily accessible during low tide. Haystack Rock is 235 feet tall and is the third tallest sea stack in the world. Late June through July is the best time to see Puffins.
Hello and welcome to episode 154…of… An Idiom a Day
I’m Gina Johnson and the idiom of the day …is… dig deep
B-E-A-C-H… the best escape anyone can have
dig deep … is to use something that you have, money, effort or resources, for something that you would not normally need
If we want to win the championship, we need more effort.
Here is the same sentence using the idiom… dig deep
If we want to win the championship, we have to dig deep.
Here are a few more sentences using the idiom … dig deep
We will have to dig deep into our budget and find a way to pay for a new washing machine.
Everyone in the office had to dig deep to get the project done early.
I dug deep and found a few more friends to help you move your furniture.
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