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113. Setting The World To Rights
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Publish-date-icon October 7, 2012
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EPISODE DESCRIPTION

What does this expression mean? Well, according to the Macmillan dictionary it means "to have a conversation with someone in which you exchange opinions on a range of subjects, especially opinions on how to solve society's problems". That's exactly what I did in this episode.

Listen and you'll hear me engaging in conversation with a colleague of mine named Eamon. We went to the pub for a quick pint and ended up setting the world to rights. Eamon is a very intelligent and interesting guy and I'm sure you'll enjoy listening in on our conversation. I've decided it will help you immensely if you can read some of the phrases we use in this episode, and so I've written many of those things in a list below. You can use it to learn more vocabulary, understand the episode better, and generally become a more wonderful human being in the process. You're welcome!

CLICK HERE TO READ THE LIST OF EXPRESSIONS ON LUKE'S ENGLISH BLOG

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