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English Collocation: The Worst Case Scenario

Hello my dear fellow foreign English speakers ❗

In today’s English Idiomatic Expression video we’re going to look at the following collocation: THE WORST CASE SCENARIO.

It’s a way native English speakers (and also fluent foreign English speakers, of course!) refer to the worst possible turn of events, and traditionally we discuss such possibilities when:

  • Trying to persuade someone to do something (Common, why are you afraid to go to the event, the worst case scenario is you being asked a question, and it’s no big deal really!)
  • Discussing the various eventualities and trying to prepare for the worst (So, the worst case scenario is the whole computer network going down, see we need to buy another backup server!)

Want to find out more about this particular English collocation?

Then watch the video above (or listen to the audio just above the video!) and don’t forget to use this new English collocation in your own English conversations!

Regards,

Robby 😉

English Idiomatic Expressions

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