We're still in the month of February, which means winter isn't over yet! There's always a chance we'll encounter more snowy weather before springtime warms us up. Americans are so used to dealing with lots of snow that we have many phrases using it.
In today's video, I'll explain how combining “snowed” with different simple words – like “in,” “out,” or “under” – completely changes the meaning of the phrase:
If you found this video helpful, take a look at my other video [link: http://www.losemyaccent.com/2016/02/01/broken-rules-learn-how-to-say-snow-plow/] on how to pronounce “snow.” You can also receive a free accent screening and pronunciation guide at losemyaccent.com. Happy winter, and stay warm!