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S01E39

10/16/2017
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Second to last episode for SeAsOn 1! Episode for 10/18/2017

Duration:00:05:57

S01E37

10/16/2017
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Episode for 16/10/2017.

Duration:00:05:18

S01E36

10/10/2017
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Episode for October 12, 2017.

Duration:00:05:08

S01E34

10/10/2017
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Episode for October 10, 2017.

Duration:00:06:10

S01E32

9/25/2017
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Episode for 28/09/2017

Duration:00:06:10

S01E29

9/25/2017
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Episode for 25/09/2017.

Duration:00:06:52

S01E26

9/18/2017
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19/9/2017. "every dog has his day" and "let sleeping dogs lie" You can support the internet’s best podcast on idioms by subscribing on iTunes. You can also go to Facebook and like it there. If you want the Friday and Saturday episodes (trust me, you do), go to patreon.com/idiomatic to find out how you can get them for peanuts.

Duration:00:06:03

S01E27

9/17/2017
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20/9/2017. "there's more than one way to skin a cat" and "let the cat out of the bag" You can support the internet’s best podcast on idioms by subscribing on iTunes. You can also go to Facebook and like it there. If you want the Friday and Saturday episodes (trust me, you do), go to patreon.com/idiomatic to find out how you can get them for peanuts.

Duration:00:05:02

S01E28

9/17/2017
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21/9/2017 "off the cuff" and "shoot from the hip" You can support the internet’s best podcast on idioms by subscribing on iTunes. You can also go to Facebook and like it there. If you want the Friday and Saturday episodes (trust me, you do), go to patreon.com/idiomatic to find out how you can get them for peanuts.

Duration:00:05:00

S01E25

9/17/2017
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18/9/2017. "end of story" and "no ifs, ands, or buts" You can support the internet’s best podcast on idioms by subscribing on iTunes. You can also go to Facebook and like it there. If you want the Friday and Saturday episodes (trust me, you do), go to patreon.com/idiomatic to find out how you can get them for peanuts.

Duration:00:05:35

S01E24

9/5/2017
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Episode for September 7. "Out with the Old and In with the New" and "Change of Pace". You can support the internet’s best podcast on idioms by subscribing on iTunes. You can also go to Facebook and like it there. If you want the Friday and Saturday episodes (trust me, you do), go to patreon.com/idiomatic to find out how you can get them for peanuts.

Duration:00:06:25

S01E23

9/5/2017
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Episode for September 6. "Let on" and "Come Across As" You can support the internet’s best podcast on idioms by subscribing on iTunes. You can also go to Facebook and like it there. If you want the Friday and Saturday episodes (trust me, you do), go to patreon.com/idiomatic to find out how you can get them for peanuts.

Duration:00:05:17

S01E22

9/5/2017
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Episode for September 5. "Beat a Dead Horse" and "Hobbyhorse" You can support the internet’s best podcast on idioms by subscribing on iTunes. You can also go to Facebook and like it there. If you want the Friday and Saturday episodes (trust me, you do), go to patreon.com/idiomatic to find out how you can get them for peanuts.

Duration:00:06:26

S01E21

9/4/2017
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Episode for September 4, 2017. "Two can play at that game" and "to give someone a taste of his own medicine".

Duration:00:03:56

S01E20

8/24/2017
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- "That was a piece of cake!" - "I don't know, I thought it was a pretty tough nut to crack." What's going on there? listen to today's episode to find out!

Duration:00:05:28

S01E19

8/24/2017
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Episode for August 23, 2017 (published one day late). The idioms are "knock something out" and "chip away at".

Duration:00:06:21

S01E18

8/22/2017
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If someone is an "open book", then you don't have to judge them by their cover. Confused? Listen to today's episode!

Duration:00:05:04

S01E17

8/21/2017
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This episode goes out to those Game of Thones viewers who need idioms for dramatic and important situations.

Duration:00:05:06

S01E16

8/17/2017
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All other ESL podcasts pale in comparison to Idiomatic. That’s right. They can’t hold a candle to us.

Duration:00:06:07

S01E15

8/16/2017
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Did you scrape through your last exam or did you sail through it? If you listen to Idiomatic you’re 75% more likely to sail through all your exams.

Duration:00:05:39