Listen to this clip from a news report about Boris Johnson’s take on Brexit. It contains some interesting expressions you may want to use:
You can find the transcript to the clip below. Click on the links to find dictionary definitions or explanations for the words and expressions:
Come what may, do or die, and nothing ruled out in order to achieve it. Boris Johnson has been forthright in his promise to deliver Brexit by the deadline of October 31st, with or without a deal, should he become Prime Minister. And in recent days, Philip Hammond, who has long spoken of the risks of a no-deal Brexit, has become increasingly vocal [2nd meaning] in his warnings to a potential Boris Johnson government.
You can watch the interview where Boris Johnson makes these claims here (00’40”):
The first two expressions (‘come what may’ and ‘do or die’) are actually coming up regularly in the past few days in the media, in reference to Boris Johnson’s approach.
If you want a nicer context than politics to help you remember these expressions, you can also find the expression ‘come what may’ in the song by the same name featured in the film Moulin Rouge (2001):