AE 1122 - Expression

Get Out of Someone's Hair

Learn Australian English in this expression episode of the Aussie English Podcast.

These episodes aim to teach you common English expressions as well as give you a fair dinkum true-blue dose of Aussie culture, history, and news and current affairs.

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In today's episode...

Welcome back to another English expression lesson here on the Aussie English podcast!

For today’s lesson, I am going to teach you about the expression “get out of (someone’s) hair”.

So you can say: “Get out of my hair”, or “get out of your hair”, or “get out of her hair”.

I will break down the meaning of the words in the expression and give the meaning of the phrase.

There will be example sentences, too, so you get an idea on how to use the expression in your daily conversations.

We will also be practising saying the expression; listen carefully for the linking sounds!

I will also answer a question from Shahab about the difference between “she is gone” and “she has gone”.

And to complete our English learning activity for today, have a pen and paper ready with you and listen carefully to a clip from the Australian TV series Seachange.

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