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English Idiomatic Expression: “Out of the Question”

Hello my friends, and welcome back to yet another English idiomatic expression video!

In today’s video we’re going to look at the following expression:

OUT OF THE QUESTION

This expression is typically used when you want to say that something is totally impossible, that you can’t do it, or that some other person can’t do something.

And here’s an example:

“Robby, we’re going out tonight, are you coming with us?” – “Sorry guys, but I have to hand in the assignment tomorrow, so I’m staying in and doing some serious writing!” – “Common Robby, just come with us for an hour or so!” – “Guys, seriously, it’s OUT OF THE QUESTION so just drop it.”

But now watch the video above to see me use this English idiomatic expression in a number of different scenarios, and don’t forget to do some spoken English practice with yourself by incorporating this phrase in your speech!

Chat soon,

Robby 😉

English Idiomatic Expressions

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