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roll off the tongue English, baby! Video Lesson

Date: Feb 27 2020

Themes: Family, Friend, Romance


1. Quote - Listen to the quote and guess what the slang means.

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“I’m going to be Mrs. Martinez in a couple months, which seems to roll off the tongue pretty nicely.”

—Ebaby!’s Kat, speaking about the sound of her new name

2. Video - Watch the video before learning the definition.


1. Definition - Study the definition.

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be easy to say; sound good

2. Use - Learn how the slang is used.

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English, baby’s Kat is getting married. Her new name will be Mrs. Martinez. Kat is pretty happy with her new name. In fact, she thinks that it just rolls right off her tongue. She enjoys saying it quite a lot!

Some words and expressions are just fun to say or their sounds are beautiful to hear. Consider the sound of words such as: dulcet, lithe, murmurous, or serendipity. Which English word or expression rolls off of your tongue?

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1. Examples - Hear some example sentences.

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“I love saying the word “ephemeral.” It just rolls off the tongue.”

“Her new name is lovely and just rolls off my tongue.”

“Which English expression rolls right off of your tongue?”


1. Winners - See who guessed the slang definition correctly.

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Iran, Islamic Republic Of

Some words in English are roll off the tongue like serendipity.

12:31 PM Jul 31 2018 |



Hey guys! A nice lesson! I have a question though. “Which English expression rolls right off of your tongue?” Do we really need “of” in this question?

06:38 AM Jul 30 2018 |

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cassidywuSuper Member!


whatchamycallit,is roll oof my tongue~

02:29 AM Jul 30 2018 |

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i really want to know if it could be translated into the chinese phrase, “朗朗上口“。

12:42 AM Jul 30 2018 |

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