Free English Class! πŸ₯šπŸ₯šπŸ€ Topic: Advice! (English Sayings, Proverbs, and Idioms)

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In English when we give advice, we sometimes use a saying, proverb, or and idiom. In this free English class you'll learn about some of the things we say when we give advice, and I'll be sure to go over pronunciation, and to give a great explanation about what each phrase means. If you've ever spoken English with a friend, you'll know that in English we tend use a lot of interesting phrases. These proverbs, sayings and idioms aren't always easy to understand if you translate each word. Sometimes they are very difficult to figure out because they have a hidden meaning. I hope this English lesson helps you! In this free English class I'll help you learn the meaning of phrases like: a penny saved is a penny earned, many hands make light work, look before you leap, don't count your chickens before they hatch, learn to walk before you run, don't add insult to injury, Rome wasn't built in a day, honesty is the best policy and many more! I hope you enjoy this English lesson about the sayings, proverbs, idioms and phrases we use to give advice! Have a great day! βŒ› Remember: Always watch the video three times. Twice today with English subtitles on, and once tomorrow with the English subtitles off. This will reinforce the English you have learned! -- βœ… Support Me and Get These Members Only Perks: πŸ˜€πŸ’² If you would like to become a member of my channel here is the link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZJJTxA36ZPNTJ1WFIByaeA/join Becoming a member at every level has these benefits and perks: 1) For 10 minutes during each live stream you will be able to participate in the "Members Only" chat. 2) A cool crown beside your name during live streams and when making comments on videos. 3) Your name in green during live stream lesson chat. 4) You will have access to a members only video each Wednesday called, "Wednesdays with Bob". These are behind the scenes bonus videos with full English transcripts for your listening practice. 5) A full transcript for every Tuesday video. βœ… Join now to receive these perks: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZJJTxA36ZPNTJ1WFIByaeA/join I really appreciate those you that have chosen to thank me in this way! Please only support me if you can afford it! If you prefer to support me via Patreon, here is a link to that page: https://www.patreon.com/bobthecanadian Thank you for your generosity! -- βœ…SEND ME A POSTCARD: Bob the Canadian P.O. Box 419 Smithville, Ontario Canada L0R2A0 -- TAKE YOUR ENGLISH CONVERSATIONS TO THE NEXT LEVEL: βœ…Talk to a real English tutor / teacher at preply: http://tracking.preply.com/SH2X (This is an affiliate, signing up for this service helps support my channel). -- FOLLOW ME: βœ… I have a second Youtube channel right here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmW5tmKIBrryNf5n-_A6Fmw βœ… Sign up for my email list for regular English lesson practice materials: https://bit.ly/3iW5F7h βœ… P.S. If you are interested I have created a podcast of my shorter English lessons. It is right here: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1310116 -- #englishlesson #learnenglish #bobthecanadian **Note: All images used under: CC0 License βœ“ Free for personal and commercial use βœ“ No attribution required From pexels.com or pixabay.com

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steps. Probably the best example with English would be
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jump you start on a very small hill. And then you slowly try
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you can have an English conversation. You need to learn
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sure if you can see this. Let me make it a little bit bigger.
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certain situations. Don't Don't try to be involved in certain
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situations because you might get in trouble or something bad
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good thing I was only mildly curious. So this cat was a
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change something like on a machine just because you want
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to just leave it. If it's working fine just leave it the
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fix it. Um so basically what this means is don't try to
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you need to learn 500 or 1000 English words before you can do
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to walk before you run. You need to do all the little
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the word ain't in this phrase. At least I do when I say it. Uh
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little bit curious. I just broke their leg. But this
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you should not be curious. If you see the joke here it's a
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hey hey leave my computer alone. If it ain't broke don't
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things. This happens a lot with computers. Uh sometimes when
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then maybe your brother-in-law visits and says oh you should
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bigger and bigger hills. What this phrase means is this. You
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This is a ski jump hill. And I think when you learn to ski
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you run. Always a good way to start learning something new
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understand English and write a little bit in English before
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might happen to you. Learn to walk before you run. I'm not
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person who complains the most usually gets the most attention
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lets you live in their house and feed you like your parents
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you should be nice to them. So don't bite the hand that feeds
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life better. And not charging you money for it. The squeaky
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relative or a friend who just can't help but try to change
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things break and you need to fix it. Sometimes in life
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lives apparently. But what this phrase means is that sometimes
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let's see. Um Gonna click here. Curiosity killed the cat. This
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way it is. If it ain't broke don't fix it. And yes we do use
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equipment. When something squeaks you put oil or grease
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something's working fine. But maybe you have a brother or a
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feeds you when we when we mean don't treat them badly. Don't
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be safe than sorry it means you do something even though it
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who complains a lot and regularly eventually the boss
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changing everything on your computer. You would then say to
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change this and change this. And he just starts clicking and
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this one. If it ain't broke don't fix it. Sometimes in life
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the people that either pay you to work for them or give you
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yell at your boss. Don't be rude to your parents. If
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might be inconvenient or annoying because you know it's
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You would feel sorry you would be annoyed because you didn't
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Don't bite the hand that feeds you. This is a phrase that we
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put the seatbelt on. So when you say better it's better to
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use to talk about don't treat your boss or your parents or
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Sometimes it's a it's a pain It's annoying to remember to
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on it. In life when you're at work or at school the person
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complain a lot you usually get help. So I think that you've
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you. Don't be mean to someone who's helping you make your
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one is saying squeak. I'll tell you this much. With farm
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it's better to do them because if something went wrong you
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sorry. Um what this means is there's little things we do in
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speak clearly. You want to talk about the things that you are
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forward. It means that you do your best you maybe play to
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someone is giving you a paycheck every week if someone
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then were in an accident and got hurt you would feel dumb.
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gives you something we always say don't bite the hand that
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put your seatbelt on all the time. But if you forgot and
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We sometimes shorten it and just say better safe than
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anything else in English. You need to learn to walk before
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life to protect ourselves. There's little things we do in
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life that are sometimes annoying to remember to do but
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really good at. You want to put your best foot forward. So you
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to walk before you run. When we talk about learning English
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this is very true as well. You need to learn to read and
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can't do something really well right away. You need to learn
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forward. So this doesn't literally mean that if you're
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well better late than never. What I mean by that is I would
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do it. Sometimes students hand work in a day late. And I say
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did the job. It's late but it's better to be late than to not
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phrase basically means don't ask too many questions in
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is a pretty mean one isn't it? Now thankfully cats have nine
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and the most help. The squeaky wheel gets the grease. I like
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you use a computer it's working fine. Nothing's broken. And
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probably seen this happen either at school or at work the
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or the teacher will help them. It's not always nice but if you
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wheel gets the the grease. So you see four wheels here and
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way. Um where I hear. Um this is the one that Mode was
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want to make an impression on people. And in a very positive
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your strengths which means that you do the thing you're best at
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right handed or right footed that you put your right foot
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always better to finish something especially if you're
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good. So it's better to just do it.
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food or let you live in their house. When someone in life
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anyone who you know helps you in life badly because they're
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would feel sad or be sorry. A good example is a seatbelt.
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mentioning in the chat. It's better to be safe than sorry.
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mean. Uh better late than never. This is a phrase that
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world that happened to you. That's what that phrase would
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would be making a mountain out of a molehill. Um so basically
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4 o'clock And you finish it at 430. Well it's still done. You
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job you want to put your best foot forward. You want to go to
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the job interview. You want to wear nice clothes. You want to
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in a situation. Here's a good example. When you apply for a
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doesn't get damaged. And I just drive back out of the ditch. If
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and I go in the ditch. But I don't get hurt and the car
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what it means is if something bad happens to you something
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say you need to do something and you need to have it done by
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a student than to not to do it at all. Put your best foot
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mole. In my part of Canada we say don't make a mountain out
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of a molehill. And it means don't exaggerate something
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rather handed in a day late than not do it at all. It is
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that's happened to you. Okay. So let's say I'm driving my car
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applies to students quite a bit. It basically means let's
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horrific thing that had happened to me that day. I
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small don't talk about it like it was the worst thing in the
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I came home and describe that to Jen like it was the most
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difficult thing to do. But if you have the willpower if you
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more work for them in the future. Where there's a will
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are honest to people if you help people if you provide a
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steal when they're running a business have it actually helps
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many people do something it can be bad. Many hands make light
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certain jobs where too many cooks spoil the broth. And
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noodles, no vegetables. It's just a clear broth. Um we
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light work. So this is kind of the opposite. Basically what
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good. Um by the way broth is like soup. It's soup with no
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out very good. If 10 people try to build a chair all at the
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You have to do something at the right moment. You need to
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always makes me laugh. I'm going to teach you two of these
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obviously don't work with metal by hand very often anymore in
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can do something you're able to do it. Learning English very
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will there's a way. Don't make a mountain out of a mole
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them for the first little bit but eventually I would say this
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for your business. Sometimes people who lie and cheat and
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is that If you are determined to do something if you have
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there's a way. Here let me just fire my camera back up for a
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Um this little animal coming out of the ground is called a
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lifting weights. Rome wasn't built in a day. Just take it
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try to lift 50 pounds you might say whoa you just started
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don't make the situation worse by doing something that's mean.
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life maybe you get fired from your job. And then on the way
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insult to injury. It means that something bad has already
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very very true. Honesty is the best policy. So this is a
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There are many jobs on the farm where if Jen and I and our
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each other. Too many cooks spoil the broth means if too
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same thing job is easier and it's more fun and it will go
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are moving a big bail of hay. But they look very determined.
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decided that no matter what you are going to accomplish
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need to do something that's really really hard. These kids
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same time. The chair might end up not being built very well.
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many people work on the same thing sometimes it doesn't turn
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So when you say too many cooks spoil the broth you're saying
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right in a row. Too many cooks spoil the broth means if too
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run honesty is the best policy. Um if you cheat people if you
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something when you charge people money for a service you
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in the business world it's actually considered in the long
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phrase that's commonly used in business. When you sell
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happened to someone. So don't say something or do something
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we'll have to see. I think when I'm 70 I will decide whether I
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Um is some of them are things you learn early on when you're
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the iron is hot. So this is a funny one for me. This one
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somewhere and you heard that two people just got fired and
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work means if a lot of people do the same thing the job can
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when too many people work the same thing sometimes that isn't
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faster. So two phrases that kind of mean the opposite of
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sometimes drink chicken broth at night. Um and it's really
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that's the best time to hit it with a hammer. And change its
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strike while the iron is hot. Let's say you did want to work
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the world. But when you heat up metal it becomes soft. And
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that takes a long time and if someone is being a little bit
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learning English. Um but they're not always as common as
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will see in a book you will hear on TV. We don't use them
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funny about some of these phrases or Proverbs or sayings.
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they're hiring someone. You want to strike while the iron
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time when it's good to act in a certain situation. Strike while
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they're at the gym and they lift 10 pounds and then they
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shape. So we use this phrase to talk about in life sometimes
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wasn't built in a day sometimes people are anxious maybe
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gesture that means the same as F off. That's the software. I
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another bad thing happened. When we give this phrase as
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advice. What we're saying to people is you know if someone
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and I still can't speak English we would say hey whoa whoa whoa
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Rome wasn't built in a day just be patient do your lessons
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watch YouTube videos eventually you will make progress but Rome
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impatient. So if someone said I studied English for three weeks
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good thing. Early to bed early to rise makes you healthy
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very often. I always think that's one of the things that's
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learning a language like English. If you've been
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who wait. You're basically saying be patient. For instance
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one that you think is best for you. Good things come to those
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who wait. So it basically means be patient. Um do the work. But
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studying English for two months I would say hey Be patient. It
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longer you exercise the healthier you are. So always a
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Or saying something that's mean. Rome wasn't built in a
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have a will to learn English you can do it. Where there's a
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day. Let me make this one bigger. Not sure if you can see
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molehill. I think there's a number of variations on this.
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So basically what we're saying is if you convince yourself you
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will. Where there's a will there's a way. So maybe you
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sec. Where there's a will there's a way. What this means
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something you have a lot of willpower. You have a lot of
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good service people will trust you and they will ask you to do
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honesty is the best policy especially in business. If you
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teachers that offer online courses. You shouldn't just
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let's say Someone has a job and they want to work at another
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company. You might say before you you know switch jobs. You
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you give to people when they're making a change in life. Like
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steal from people if you lie to people eventually that's bad
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older kids all do it at the same time this phrase would be
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can be dishonest because you want to make lots of money but
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there are certain jobs where many hands make light work.
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be easier. I think it simply depends on the job. There are
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this phrase means is if a lot of people all help to do the
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that makes it worse. So for instance it can just happen in
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has an accident don't laugh at them. If someone if something
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home to add insult to injury you get in a car accident. That
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really yummy. The other phrase is this one. Many hands make
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company as quickly as possible. Um so it basically means at the
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waiting for salmon. Uh when you say good things come to those
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research. You should look before you leap. You should
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who wait. These bears are waiting for fish. They're
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easy. Slow down a bit. Strike while the iron is hot. So we
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is hot. You want to get your CV or application into that
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pick the first one that you see. Um you should definitely
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Rome. Uh we use this phrase as well to comment on a or task
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amount of food when I don't overeat I feel better and I'm
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healthier. So this basically means that if you eat healthy
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away. Look before you leap. This is a piece of advice that
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goes wrong in someone's life don't make fun of them. So
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would be an example of You know a bad thing happened and then
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wealthy and wise. So you will feel great. You will have lots
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don't want to say the actual word. Um when you say don't add
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will hear this phrase. This lady is actually giving a hand
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you might think. Um but this basically means if you go to
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my whole life and then decide. Don't add insult to injury. You
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very wise about the world. But I don't know if this works. Um
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believe this or not. I'll wait until I'm old and look back on
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works there. Do some research. Let's say you're thinking about
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mouth basically what you're saying is don't complain if
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someone gives you something for free. I think you could figure
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the same with exercise. Um the more you exercise and the
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learning a language. So I would say good things come to those
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be patient and eventually you will be rewarded. Um I think
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takes a year or two to really make progress when you're
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complain about it because they gave me the car for free. If I
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said thank you. So when you say don't look a gift horse in the
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definitely research a few different teachers. Um and pick
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of money and you will be very very wise. So very smart and
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bit more what that new job is like. Maybe talk to someone who
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should look before you leap. You should find out a little
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bed on time and if you get up early you will be healthy,
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food you will be healthier. An apple a day keeps the doctor
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wealthy and wise. Um again some of these are phrases that you
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myself when I eat lots of vegetables when I eat the right
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have to go to the doctor as often if at all. I know for
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Basically what this means is if you eat healthy food you won't
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this one out. An apple a day keeps the doctor away.
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me the car there were certain things wrong with it. It needed
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they gave me the car. So I instead of complaining I just
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gives you a gift you shouldn't complain about the gift. When I
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old phrase but it basically means this. If someone gives
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you something and it doesn't cost you anything. If someone
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had bought the car I might have complained a little bit but
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taking an online English class. There are a lot of English
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because we don't have horses anymore. And this is a really
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new tires and there were a few other defects. But I didn't
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was younger my parents gave me a car. And then when they gave
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I would just get it fixed and I would move on. But if everyday
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car I would be crying over spilt milk. At some point in
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look a gift or in the mouth. So this is kind of a funny one. Um
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I was still angry and upset and annoyed because I had dented my
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over spilt milk. Um obviously sometimes when you have water
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let's say I backed into another car in a parking lot and my car
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and buy tickets. You are probably more likely to get a
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good thing maybe you want to go see a concert maybe you want to
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computer to book an appointment the more likely you were to get
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birds who come first get to have the worms. Uh we do say
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people and cool to hang around with. The early bird gets the
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Sometimes we're to think people are a certain way or to think a
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eggs in different baskets which can be a good thing sometimes.
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when we say don't judge a book by its cover. What we're saying
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your eggs in one basket. I've actually used this phrase a few
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save $50 a week. It's like you're putting $50 away for the
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you more. Like you more and respect you more. A penny saved
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you still have it. So it's a little bit like earning extra
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money. If you make $100 a week and you spend $100 a week you
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like them more. If I said to you I'm going to do eight
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streams. But if you say you're going to do something that's
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had a dent in it. I would probably be upset that day. But
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a description of how life works. Um the best example of
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let's see here. Actions speak louder than words. This is one
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actually see the results. Here's a great example. The
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should have waited to actually see the results. So that's what
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what this phrase means though is don't think about something
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or milk in a glass Sometimes it falls over and it spills. Um
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milk. So I use the word spilt. You could also use spilled. I
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ticket because the early bird gets the worm. Basically it
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be when people were trying to book an appointment to get
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basically is used to tell someone that if you're first in
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this phrase I have used this phrase quite a bit. It
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way until you actually get to know the person or experience
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really interesting one as well. It means don't expect something
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perfect pizza dough. So this is advice we give when someone's
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trying to do something perfectly and they haven't
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is don't think a person or a situation or thing is a certain
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bank and you bought some stocks you would be putting all your
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stocks on the stock market. If you gave all the money to your
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because there's nothing you can do about it. So for instance
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time when something happens you just have to move on. That
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at three in the morning to go and sit at your computer to try
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just means if you get up early you're more likely to have
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you some interest on the money and you could also buy some
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vaccinated the earlier you up each day and went on your
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Which isn't really a good idea. If you gave your brother some
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Maybe your brother is starting a business. The bank will give
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You will probably be rewarded. A good example would probably
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future. So it's a phrase we use to encourage people to not
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to do. It would be like taking an English C one test when
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English. The more you practice something the better you get at
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more you speak and have English conversations the more the
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favourite ones that we use when talking about how to get really
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Don't judge a book by its cover. This guy looks rough and
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money or lent your brother some money and you put some in the
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Sometimes it's good to just have a few conversations with
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situation is a certain way and we judge the book by its cover.
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haven't saved any money. But if you make $100 a week and you
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money it's gone. But if you don't spend your money it means
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is a penny earned. So by the way I was going to mention
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cool. But then if you actually do it that makes people trust
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spend money. Don't put all of your eggs in one basket. Is
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this the second chicken related one? When we say put all of
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aren't used as much anymore. Don't bite off more than you
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you are able to do when you are doing a job or a task. It's
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that you have some money and you want to invest that money.
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by the way I'm not doing that. I that would be too many live
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bunny hill. That would be a good idea. If when you put the
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still use and which ones are maybe a little bit old and
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government says they're going to do something. That's nice.
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they hatched. I had expected something to happen. But I
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this would be when a politician when a leader when someone in
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need to yeah move on and forget about it a little bit. Don't
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means forget about it and do new things. Um and you just
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the next day I would be less upset and then by the third day
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in everyday English. Like the last time I said a penny saved
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phrase means is that if you don't spend your money it's
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phrases on TV in movies. They're not super common though
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say you want to make really good pizza dough you're not
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So I expected $150. But on a paycheck there are deductions.
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30 hours. So I thought I would be getting $150 on my paycheck.
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makes perfect. Maybe spend a little more time practicing.
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success getting what you want. And then don't cry over spilt
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think in British English they would use spilled. Don't cry
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bad that happened to you yesterday or the day before. Um
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of him. But he might be a really really nice person. Um
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can chew is the first one. This phrase simply means don't try
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go see a band that you really really love and so you get up
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an appointment okay sometimes when you get up early it's a
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enjoy the phrases that we are going to look at. Um and again
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whatever you want to call them. Things we say in English when
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he looks tough and he has his hood on and you might be afraid
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the situation or use the thing that you're talking about.
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that would break the trust between us. But if I actually
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livestreams everyday for five days and then I didn't do it
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line if you get up early to go do something or get something.
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worm. So in the morning when there's worms on the ground the
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people and find out that they're actually very nice
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Don't count your chickens before they hatch. So this is a
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to happen and like don't be sure about something until you
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you do it over and over again eventually you will make
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But when they actually do it that makes you trust them and
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mountain. We would say that you would be biting off more than
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let's look at what would be a good example of this. Let's say
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brother you would be putting all your eggs in one basket.
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times in the last year by the way. It means don't don't trust
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one thing or one situation for everything that you need. So
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is a penny earned is probably like six months ago. What this
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teachers do say these phrases sometimes. You will hear these
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like you've earned more money. Right? If you spend all your
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which of these phrases we use. Um people like me who are
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of my favourite sayings. And it's not so much advice as just
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don't count your chickens before they hatch mean. Uh
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ended up only getting $120. I had counted my chickens before
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really practiced enough. We would say hey you know practice
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going to succeed on your first attempt but if you practice if
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you so much food in your mouth you can't chew it. But what we
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down the little hill to learn how to ski. We call it the
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something that's beyond your capabilities. A good example
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better you get at it. So if you want to perfect something let's
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first job I got I thought I was making $5 an hour and I worked
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it. The more you read the better you get at reading. The
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You have to pay tax and you have to pay other fees. So I
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good at something and it's definitely related to speaking
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whole life. Practice makes perfect. This is one of my
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you try to do something that's beyond your current abilities
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you can chew. So again when you bite off more than you can chew
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find interesting even if it's just for you. I think you will
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you've only had two or three English conversations in your
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that we sometimes say to give people advice. And then there
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maybe that's related to an idiom phrase or saying that we
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use in English. But this English lesson I think you will
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was a glass of milk that had fallen over and had spilt. And
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to do too much work in one day. Don't try to do to do more than
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sometimes it's about enjoying the things you already know and
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actually mean when we say this is you know don't try to do
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related literally it would mean don't bite something so that
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egg and a chick. Maybe that's related to an English phrase
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skis on for the first time you went to the top of the highest
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would be if you went skiing for the first time and if you went
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we give people advice. Um and I'll tell you which one we
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practicing and reviewing them a little bit. So again I look
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forward to teaching you some phrases. Proverbs idioms
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learning a language is about learning new things. But
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the thumbnail. If you noticed in the thumbnail there was an
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Well hello and welcome to this English lesson about advice.
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lot of familiar phrases. There was a little bit of a hint in
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It's actually a lesson where I think many of you will see a
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like a language.
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