English Phrases: Murder a Beer

Murder a Beer English phrases

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In this lesson, I introduce a phrase that one of the TF Community Members used.

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Murder a Beer

Here is the picture that I posted on Facebook.

Gema responded:

“How many different cups of tea do you have? I’m drinking tea too, although, I could murder a beer!”

To murder a beer means to REALLY want a beer now.

We use this phrase when talking about food and drink.

For example, imagine walking into a house party. The guest asks you, “What would you like to drink?” You respond, “I could murder a cider.”

Note: it’s quite informal.

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