592 – “Sofa” or “Couch”? “Skeleton” Idioms.

Grammar592 – “Sofa” or “Couch”? “Skeleton” Idioms.

592 – “Sofa” or “Couch”? “Skeleton” Idioms.

This week, we talk about the difference between “sofa,” “couch,” and all the other words for that piece of furniture. Plus, to get in the mood for Halloween, we explore four idioms about skeletons.

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