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English Bites Weekly

Your guide to phrases in the Financial Times*
14 November, 2019
A heartfelt welcome goes out to the Idiom list subscribers, happy to have you here with us at English Bites Weekly. English Bites Weekly takes the Idiom and cranks it up a notch, going over vocabulary words and phrases you'll see in the Financial Times.

Those of you who are subscribed to English Bites Daily will recognize "to scramble" as a review of something we went over in the Daily a few weeks ago. This is a very important verb to know, you'll hear native speakers use it often!
A great word I ran into in the Financial Times is "to scramble": Here's how that word is different from its more general equivalent, to work:

In case you can't see the thumbnail, the video is here:

The link to "record your voice" (an easy way for you to record yourself using the word or phrase, and me to respond with feedback) (if you like, of course):
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