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  • It's another minute or less English lesson.

  • And you know what?

  • I have to be honest with you.

  • I'm glad we're doing this in a minute or less, because I don't have much time right now.

  • I'm really feeling rushed.

  • I'm feeling strapped for time.

  • I have so much to get done today if you're strapped for something and that means you lack it.

  • What else could you be strapped for?

  • Well, let's see.

  • You could be strapped for cash.

  • Hey, I love to travel with you this weekend, but I'm strapped for cash.

  • I really shouldn't.

  • I used this phrase today in an email.

  • I said I would love to take on this project, but I'm really time strapped right now, so it's not possible.

  • Time strapped, strapped for time, do not have the time.

  • The opposite is to have plenty of something.

  • You have plenty of time.

  • No, I don't.

  • I'm totally strapped for time these days.

  • If you're ever strapped for time, don't worry.

  • There's still time to learn English with your minute or less English lessons.

It's another minute or less English lesson.

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B1 strapped minute cash plenty english lesson rushed

? Strapped for Time | #SHORTS

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/03/13
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