Hello! Welcome to Nolza Talk!
I’m Becky, an American tutor, with loads of useful expressions to share with you!
So listen carefully, and your English will improve like magic!
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Today's expression is: “TO PULL A RABBIT OUT OF ONE'S HAT”
It means: To do something surprising & seemingly impossible, as if done by magic
Here are 2 examples of the expression, “to pull a rabbit out of one’s hat”:
Example #1: I thought we were going bankrupt,
but my partner pulled a rabbit out of his hat and we landed a major contract!
Example #2: We'll never get out of this prison alive
unless you're able to pull a rabbit out of your hat!
Well, that’s all for today. Thanks for listening!
And hope you enjoyed “The Expression of the Day”!