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  • Hello everyone!

  • Welcome to Idiom 100, where we learn 100 commonly used idioms by native English speakers.

  • All of the explanations are in English, so it might be challenging for you,

  • but just try to imagine the meanings in your head and study hard and soon you'll be able to use these idioms in your conversations.

  • Is everyone ready? Let's begin.

  • Hello again!

  • Today's idiom is: spit it out.

  • Spit it out.

  • Or, if you want to say it natively, spit it out.

  • Okay, can you imagine what this idiom might mean?

  • Hmm, spit... It's not a great word to say.

  • It's when we spit something out.

  • Maybe we spit out our gum or some food that we don't like into a napkin.

  • Hmm, so imagine spit it out.

  • You're spitting things out.

  • Maybe you're not shy and maybe you do it quickly.

  • So, this is a difficult one to think of what it might mean, but let's listen to some examples to help you out.

  • The first one:

  • I wanna tell you something and ahh.. you can’t get mad but... Ummm.. It's…

  • Spit it out! What is it?

  • Ahh.. you have a green stuff stuck between your teeth!

  • Oh, okay, so in that situation, she used spit it out to mean, come on, say it. It's okay.

  • Alright, let's listen to the second example.

  • I can feel you wanna tell me something, now spit it out, what is it?

  • Okay, I just wanna tell you that... your socks, theyre not matching.

  • Oh, okay, so in both of those situations, someone wanted to say something, maybe a little embarrassing

  • or something they didn't feel comfortable to say.

  • So, the other person was encouraging them to say it.

  • Yeah, it's okay. Please, just say it, quickly!

  • Okay, so you can use 'spit it out' to tell someone, 'Go ahead, just say it. It's okay, you won't hurt my feelings.'

  • Okay, but be careful when you use this saying.

  • Maybe it's not the proper phrase to use with your boss or colleague at work. It's a little casual.

  • So, you can use it freely with your friends or your family.

  • Just please tell them, 'Come on, spit it out! Tell me anything.'

  • Okay, I hope you can use this phrase with your friends.

  • That's all for today. See you next time!

Hello everyone!


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【外教英語】輕鬆學英語04/100:吐槽一下吧 (【Ecom Englisch】 Englisch lernen leicht gemacht 04/100: Spit it out)

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