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How’s the weekend so far, you mob?
In today’s English expression episode on the Aussie English podcast, we are going to talk about the expression “get wind of something”.
It sounds like we’re going to catch the ‘wind’ here but not really!
I will break down the meaning of the words in this phrase and give you the meaning of “get wind of something”.
I will be giving out sample situations where you can put this expression to use, along with a pronunciation exercise.
Tune in for the question of the week which is “What is the difference of ON time and IN time?”
And lastly, whip out your pens and paper and try to catch the dialogue from the Australian movie Crocodile Dundee 2.
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