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Listen to the conversation and then answer the following questions
Or…for a bigger challenge, try this dictation exercise and see the transcript
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- Give someone a hand: This idiom means to help someone. If you want to ask someone for help, you can ask, can you give me a hand?
- Have a few things on your plate: This idiom means to have a lot to do, but not enough time to finish everything.
- Break down is a phrasal verb meaning to analyze. We usually use break down when referring to figures or numbers in a business situation.