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Welcome to English in a minute.
If you're broke, you have little or no money.
Um, I going to have to help Jonathan or on a pay a bill.
Well, Jonathan, I'm doing it.
I'm joining the circus.
Excuse me.
That's right.
But not just any circus.
The Cirque du so early.
You got into Cirque?
Well, not yet, but I already told my boss that I'm quitting.
And I found someone to move into my apartment monthly on Here I come.
You're really going for broke.
When you go for broke, you take a big risk in hopes of having a big success.
This phrase comes from gambling.
When a player bets all their money at once, If they win, they win big.
But if they lose, they really do go broke.
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English in a Minute: Go for Broke

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林宜悉 published on July 3, 2020
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