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05 / 11 / 2004

STUFF-3: meaning and examples

Good morning! Today we finish our stuff series with a few expressions. Today's first expression is: to know your stuff. It means: to know a lot about something. Example 1: If you have any questions about English, you can ask Rachel. She really knows her stuff. Today's second expression is: to do your stuff. It means: to do what you have prepared to do. Example 2: Speaker 1: I'm very nervous about making this speech. Speaker 2: Don't worry. You're prepared and you are going to do a great job. Now get out there and do your stuff! Today's third and final expression is: and stuff like that. It's used: to refer to things that are similar or related to what you are talking about. Example 3: Speaker 1: What did you think of my speech? Speaker 2: It was excellent, but you need to work on body language; you know, smiling, eye contact and stuff like that. If you have any questions about these expressions, please don't hesitate to contact me. Have a great day and a wonderful weekend!

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