Aug 282014
 

BBC Learning English: The English We Speak – Frogmarch phrase means means to force someone who is unwilling to move forward or to walk somewhere, often by holding their arms tightly.

Rob challenges Helen to a word game to work out a funny sounding phrase. It’s about a style of walk and means to force someone who is unwilling to move forward, to walk somewhere but what has it got to do with frogs?

 

 

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