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Is Feifei's designer shawl a solution to her problems with Lisa? Rob's very expensive shirt is ruined! Who will pay for it? Feifei has a thing or two to learn from the ducks in the park. So do you. Listen to the programme. Cars that run on air?
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Sounds too good to be true. But Li thinks they're the future and wants to invest in a company that makes them. Will she lose her money? Is this butter for a cake, for toast or Finn and Feifei explain. Rob challenges Helen to a word game about a funny-sounding phrase. But what has it got to do with frogs? Feifei doesn't like Rob's cooking.
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take for a ride
Rob And how is he going to do that? Rob Air?! Li Yes. Isn't that brilliant?! Rob Li, do you know this guy very well? A ride in this wonderful car powered by air… Rob No, no, no. This company might not even exist — and I'm sure the car is just a fantasy… Li Oh! He's just after my money?!
Li Oh, Rob. Thank you very much for warning me. Rob You're welcome, Li.
Rob That's good. Li, come on. Jump in. Li Bye. Rob Bye. Too cold? Or just right? Digital detox: What's the meaning? That'll teach you! Excuse me! This could be the one for you. Learn some cyber vocabulary.
take someone for a ride
Cat got your tongue? Here's a phrase that tells them what to do. You're pulling my leg! Here is a phrase that involves pulling a part of your body!
Here is a phrase to describe the situation. Here's an honest phrase to use. This is a phrase for you! That'll put hairs on your chest! It's a steal! You won't need a credit card to use this one. We have just the phrase you need! Here's an expression for when you're badly organised. We explain what that is. Put a sock in it!