Today, we’re going to talk about the phrase ‘Oh my God!’
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The phrase “Oh my God!” usually means a surprise that can be both positive and negative.
00:00 Two meanings of ‘Oh my God’
02:01 Oh Gosh!
02:39 Goodness gracious me!
03:15 Oh my goodness!
03:40 Oh my!
03:50 Holy moly
04:04 Your homework
04:58 Holy crap
05:49 Holy cow
05:46 Oh man!
06:16 For heaven’s sake!
06:29 For goodness sake!
06:37 Oh dear!
06:50 Good Lord!
07:06 Gosh almighty!
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