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now the VOA special english program " words and stories".

"hang" is a simple word, but there are many meanings for hang, especial, when it is used with other words, two often heard expressions are to hang tight and to hang loose.When a friend says to hang tight , he is advising you to wait a little longer, not to give up he might say , for example,hang tight keeps studying , you can still pass the cause; but if that same friend tells you to hang loose is telling you to take it easy,not to get exciting,he could say hang loose ,you probably passed the english test.

hang round is a expression with several meanings, usually , it means to spend your time doing nothing, you may need time to just hang round, if you have been working too hard. hang round also can mean spending time with friends, you hang round with your friends, for example, because you share a common influence in sports. hanging out is similar to hang round, you may hang out with the same group of friends and always do things together.

A similar sunny expression, however, has a very different meaning. This expression is let it hang out .When you let it all hang out ,you are been completely open and honest. You did not keep your opinions hidden, even if you may cause your trouble. Sometimes a person may suffer from a hang up .The hang up is emotional difficult that causes a problem for a person. You may know someone for example?who's hang up is shyness, they have a problem talking with people,they do not know well.

A hang over can be a very ? condition. Hang over is the headache, upset and other these orders that without from drinking too much, alcohol. A another common expression is to get the hang of something ,it means to understaand how a device works or how to do a job, and office worker might say that she can not get the hang of using a computer, but after a few days , she may tell you that she finally got the hang of it .

One of the early heros of the American Republic, B.F gave a warning to the other signers of the decoration of independence. The waining contained two different meanings of the word hang.

"we must all hands togeather" F said ,"or surely we shall all hands seperate". The other signers talked F advice" the hang together remind unite as a result, in American colony one / independence, and none of the signers of declaration as a revolution by the king of t England
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Now the VOA Special English program Words and their stories.

Hang is a simple word but there are many meanings for hang,especially when it is used with other words. Two often heard expressions are to hang tight and to hang loose. When a friend says to hang tight, he is advising you to wait a little longer. "Not to give up," he might say, for example, "hang tight, keep studying, you can still pass the course." But if that same friend tells you to hang loose, he is telling you to take it easy, not to get excited. He could say, "Hang loose, you probably pass the English test."

Hang around is an expression with several meanings. Usually it means to spend you time doing nothing. You may need time to just hand around if you have been working too hard. Hang around also can mean spending time with friends. You hand around with your friends, for example, because you share a common interest in sports. Hanging out is similar to hanging around. You may hang out with the same group of friends and always do things together.

A similar sounding expression, however, has a very different meaning. The expression is "Let it all hang out". Well when you let it all hang out, you are being completely open and honest. You do not keep your opinions hidden; even if they may cause you trouble.

Sometimes a person may suffer from a hang up. Well a hang up is an emotional difficulty that causes a problem for a person. You may know someone, for example, whose hang up is shyness. They have a problem talking with people they do not know well.

A hang over can be a very painful condition. A hang over is the headache, upset stomach, and other disorders that result from drinking too much alcohol. Another common expression is to get the hang of something. It means to understand how a device works, or how to do a job. An office worker might say that she cannot get the hang of using a computer. But after a few days, she may tell you that she finally got the hang of it.

One of the early heroes of the American Republic Benjamin Franklin gave a warning to the other signers of the Declaration of Independence. The warning contained two different meanings of the word hang. "We must all hang together", Franklin said, "or surely, we should all hang separately". The other signers took Franklin's advice. They hung together, remained united. As a result, the American colonies won the independence and none of the signers of the declaration was hanged as a revolutionary by the King of England.

This VOA Special English program Words and their stories was written by Mariah Christiano.
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Now the VOA Special English Program, Words and their Stories.

Hang is a support word, but there are many meanings for hang. Specially, when it is used with other words.

Two often heard expressions are to hang tight and to hang loose. When a friend says to hang tight, he is advising you to wait a little longer, not to give up. He might say for example hang tight, keep study, you can still pass the course. But if that same friend tell you to hang loose is telling you to take easy, not to get exciting. He could say, “hang loose, you probably pass the English test.”

“Hang around” is expression with several meanings, usually it means to spend your time doing nothing. You may need time to just hang around if you have been working too long. Hang around also can mean spending time with friend. You hang around with your friend, for example, because share a common interest in sport. “Hanging out” is similar to hanging around, you may hang out with same friend and always do things together.

A similar sound expression, however, has a very different meaning. The expression is “let it all hang out”, when you let it all hang out you are being completed open and honest, you do not keep your opinion in, even if they may cause you trouble.

Sometimes a person may suffer from a hang up, for a hang up is an emotion difficultly that cause a problem for a person. You may know someone for example whose hang up is shyness. They have a problem talking with people they do not know well.

The “hang over” can be a very pain for condition, hang over is headache, upset stomach and other disorders that result form drinking too much alcohol.

Another common expression is to “get the hang of something”. It means to understand how a device works or how to do a job. An office worker might say that she can not get a hang of using a computer. But after a few day, she may tell you that she finally get the hang of it.

One of the early heroes of the American republic, Benjamin Franken, gave a warning to the other signers of Declaration of Independent. The warning contained two different meanings of the word “hang”. “We must all hang together” Franken said, “or surely we shall all hang separately” The other signers took Franken’s advise, they hung together, remain united. As a result, the American colonist won their independent and none of signers of Decoration was hung as a revolutionary by the King of England.

This VOA Special English Program Words and their Stories, was written by Marylyn Christiano. Moris Joys was the narrator. I am Shirley Griffith.
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Hang is a simple word. But there are many meanings for hang. Especially when it is used with other words. Two often-heard expressions are to hang tight and to hang loose.
When a friend says to hang tight, he is advising you to wait a little longer, not to give up. He might say, for example, "Hang tight. Keep studying. You can still pass the course."
But if that same friend tells you to hang loose, he is telling you to take it easy, not to get excited. He could say, "Hang loose. You probably passed the English test."
Hang around is an expression with several meanings. Usually, it means to spend your time doing nothing. You may need time to just hang around if you have been working too hard. Hang around also can mean spending time with friends. You hang around with your friends, for example, because you share a common interest in sports.
Hanging out is similar to hanging around. You may hang out with the same group of friends and always do things together.
A similar-sounding expression, however, has a very different meaning. The expression is let it all hang out. Well, when you let it all hang out, you are being completely open and honest. You do not keep your opinions hidden, even if they may cause you trouble.
Sometimes, a person may suffer from a hang-up. Well, a hang-up is an emotional difficulty that causes a problem for a person. You may know someone, for example, whose hang-up is shyness. They have a problem talking with people they do not know well.
A hangover= can be a very painful condition. A hangover is the headache, upset stomach and other disorders that result from drinking too much alcohol.
Another common expression is to get the hang=of something. It means to understand how a device= works or how to do a job. An office worker might say that she cannot get the hang of using a computer. But after a few days, she may tell you that she finally got the hang of it.
One of the early heroes of the American republic, Benjamin= Franklin, gave a warning to the other signers= of the Declaration of Independence. The warning contained two different meanings of the word hang.
"We must all hang together," Franklin said, "or surely, we shall all hang separately=."
The other signers took Fanklin's advice. They hung =together, remained united. As a result, the American colonies won their independence. And none of the signers of the declaration was hanged= as a revolutionary= by the king of England.

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This VOA Special English program, Words and Their Stories, was written by Marilyn Christiano. Maurice Joyce was the narrator. I'm Shirley Griffith.

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Now the VOA Special English program Words and Their Stories.

Hang is a simple word, but there are many meanings for hang, especially when it is used with other words. Two often heard expressions are to hang tight and to hang lose. When a friend says to hang tight, he is invising you to wait a little longer, not to give up. He might say for example, hang tight, keep staying. You can still has the course, but if that saying friend tells you to hang lose, he is telling you to take it easy, not to get excited. He could say hang lose, you probably passed the English test.

Hang around is an expression with several meanings. Usually, it means to spend your time doing nothing. You may need time to just hang around, if you have been working too hard. Hang around also can mean spending time with friends. You hang around with your friends, for example, because you share a common interest in sports.

Hanging out is similar to hanging around. You may hang out with the same group of friends, and always do things together. A similar sounding expression, however, as a very different meaning, the expression is let it all hang out. Well, when you let it all hang out, you are being completely open and honest. You do not keep your opinions hidden if they may call you trouble.

Sometimes, a person may suffer from a hang up. You may know someone for example, whose hang up is shyness. They have a problem talking with people they do not know well. A hang over can be a very painful condition. A hang over is the headache, upset stomach, and other disorders that result from drinking too much alcohol.

Another common expression is to get a hang of something. It means to understand how a device was, or how to do a job. And offers worker might say that she cannot get the hang of using a computer. But after a few days, she may tell you that she finally got a hang of it.

One of the early heroes of the American republic, Benjamin Franklin, gave a warning to the other signers of the decoration of independence. The warning contained two different meanings of the word hang. We must all hang together, Franklin said, or surely we shall all hang separately. The other signers took Franklin’s advice, they hang together. Remain the United, as a result in American colony’s one independence, and none of the signers of the decoration was hanged as a revolutionary by the King of England.

This VOA Special English Program Words and Their Stories was written by M.C. M.J was the narrator. I’m S.G.
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