Friday, May 5, 2017

Its Friday!





Sia’s catchy tune has a simple message: You don’t need money to enjoy yourself. Just keep dancing! The song’s few lyrics repeat a few times, making this a great song to practice understanding English lyrics.
  • Cheap thrill: A thrill is something exciting, but a cheap thrill is only exciting for a brief moment. Cheap thrills might be fun while you’re doing them but they aren’t very satisfying.

  • Won’t be long: This phrase is a very useful way to say something will only take a moment. If you want to take a break, you can say “I won’t be long!”

  • Hit the dance floor: Don’t actually hit the dance floor (it hits back harder, we promise). This phrase just means to go onto the floor and start dancing. You can also “hit the road” (start driving) or “hit the sack” (fall asleep).

Check out the lyrics here to follow along. 

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Holy

(adj): Sacred, divine, blessed.


Holiday: a holy or festive day; a day off, vacation (also sacred)


Expressions: Holy Cow! Literally true in India.

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