Learn English 156 Podcast English Language Meltdown Synonym Explained
A free learn English quickly podcast lesson from Adept English.
I am sure we have all had a meltdown at some point in our lives. With a rather famous female tennis world champion having a meltdown recently we thought it might help you to understand what a meltdown is and explain some meltdown synonyms (A synonym is a word having the same or similar meaning to another word).
So it is time to learn about “Going Bananas” (possibly an English only phrase?) or having a breakdown. Nuclear meltdowns, and a lot of things, make this English language lesson fun and interesting to listen to.
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