I didn’t expect you today

Today the word I’ve met is I didn’t expect you today. I didn’t expect you today. The meaning is “I didn’t expect you to be here today or I didn’t expect to see you here today”. I heard from Get Even, Netflix TV Show.

strike a balance

Today the word I’ve met is strike a balance.     She wants to go home because she don’t feel herself. But her mother wants her daughter to stay at the party. What is it to strike a balance between the two? Strike a balance is to reach a compromise. …

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Raise a glass with me

Today the word I’ve met is raise a glass with me. It is to use like “Cheers” in drinking. You can use “Cheers” like good-bye. Raise a glass with me. I heard from TV show Homeland.

get off of me

Today the word I’ve met is get off of me. You can use “get off of me” when somebody is keeping touching (holding) your hand or some part of body, you do not want to be allowed to do on and on. But, get off me is to use when …

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What’s got into you?

Today the word I’ve met is what’s got into you? Get into somebody is to use when somebody’s behavior is weird or different from usual so you don’t understand someone’s behavior. What’s wrong with you? What’s got into you? I heard from TV show Homeland.

I’ll have it back

Today the word I’ve met is have it back. When you want to get your sword back, You can say Give me my sword. Or  I’ll have it back. I heard from Netflix New TV show Cursed.

I’m not feeling myself

Today the word I’ve met is I’m not feeling myself. I’m not feeling myself is I’m not feeling well. You can say “I’m sick”, too. I heard from Cursed, Netflix new TV show.

Let’s get moving

Today the word I’ve met is get moving. It is idiom. Get moving is to go quickly. Hurry up. Let’s get moving. I heard from Netflix TV show Snowpiercer.

get to do

Today the word I’ve met is get to do. Get to do is to be allowed to do or have the opportunity to do. I will get to buy new car next week. You are not allowed to do what you did to me last week. You don’t get to …

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regards expression

Today the word I’ve met is regards. Regards are greetings. Give my best (regards) to your mother. All my best to your mother. Say hello(hi) to your mother for me. Lynn: “Well, you’ll give Laurie my best?” Andy: “Of course.” Andy said to Laurie. “She sends her best. ” from …

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