原來片語 a barrel of laughs 可以用來形容那些總是喜歡開玩笑，給人們帶來快樂的人。這麼說，其實這個片語可以理解為中文裡常說的“開心果”，形容一個幽默的、逗人開心笑的人。誰說不是呢，我們都喜歡身邊有個“開心果”。
當我們聽到 know somewhere like the back of your hand，意思就是對什麼地方非常了解就像對自己的手背那麼熟悉一樣。這個表達還可以用於對什麼東西比如書、興趣，非常精通了解。
Neil is reluctant to present a video called The Perfect English Gentleman. He told his boss that he has a face for radio. What does he mean? Listen to the programme to find out.
Li offers to buy Rob something using her credit card - but Rob's looking for another type of credit. What can it be? Join them in this programme to hear another English phrase in use.
Rob's run out of money and there's someone at the door. Li thinks her life is in danger until she realises Rob's used another example of authentic real English! Listen to the programme to find out what it is and see if you can apply it to your life.
Rob and Feifei are discussing a new way of working in modern offices. What does the phrase 'hot desk' mean? And why do big organisations choose to hot-desk? Listen to the dialogue.
Helen and Neil are in the studio when Helen's phone rings. But when she picks up there's no sound. What's gone wrong? Find out and learn a useful phrase in the programme.
Rob and Feifei go out shopping. She has lots of money but Rob doesn't. But why is Rob so poor? Will Feifei realise the reason why? Listen to the programme to find out.
Rob is annoyed. He has spent hours filling in forms for his small house extension. Can Feifei help him? Listen to the programme to find out.
Li loves clothes and fashion - but is Neil calling her fat? Find out more in the programme when Neil and Li talk about smalls and undies.