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Happy Sunday, you guys! Welcome to this weekly English expression episode on the Aussie English podcast!
Today's expression is "have a knack for something".
This is quite a popular expression used when you admire someone's ability for doing something. Do you now have a clue on what this expression means?
As usual, we will break down the meaning of the words in the expression. I will also give example situations where you can use the expression "have a knack for something".
I will also answer a question from Sara who asks about the difference between "at the end" and "in the end".
And finally, don't forget to download this episode's FREE worksheet and listen to a clip from the Pixar animated movie Finding Nemo. Remember, you can play back the audio so you can listen for the dialog!
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