English Conversation Idioms: Through the roof, Packed to the Gills

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Idioms – learn 9 idiomatic expressions from real spoken English

Inspired by our podcast, in this conversational video, my husband David and I discuss idioms we heard this week. We talk about the meaning of through the roof, packed to the gills, commentator, second string, back up, fish out, fish around, hotly debated, and fluke.

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