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English Conversation: Learn American and English Idioms and Speak like a Native

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56 Lessons (1h 33m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:38
    • 2. 1 shoot in the foot

      1:38
    • 3. 2 my lips are sealed

      1:38
    • 4. 3 hit the nail on the head

      1:38
    • 5. 4 tighten one's belt

      1:38
    • 6. 5 frog in the throat

      1:38
    • 7. 6 slip one's mind

      1:38
    • 8. 7 lose face

      1:38
    • 9. 8 come rain or shine

      1:37
    • 10. 9 turn yourself in

      1:38
    • 11. 10 costs an arm and a leg

      1:37
    • 12. review in Movie 1 10

      2:03
    • 13. 11 homie

      1:38
    • 14. 12 give sb a cold shoulder

      1:38
    • 15. 13 have egg on face

      1:38
    • 16. 14 have butterfly in stomach

      1:37
    • 17. 15 throw your money around

      1:38
    • 18. 16 play innocent

      1:38
    • 19. 17 kick someone out

      1:37
    • 20. 18 turn stomach

      1:38
    • 21. 19 not cut out for sth

      1:38
    • 22. 20 put the blame on sb

      1:38
    • 23. review in Movie 10 20

      1:58
    • 24. 21 hands off

      1:36
    • 25. 22 put away

      1:38
    • 26. 23 cut the deal

      1:38
    • 27. 24 for my money

      1:38
    • 28. 25 burn your bridges

      1:38
    • 29. 26 come in handy

      1:38
    • 30. 27 come at a price

      1:38
    • 31. 28 in broad daylight

      1:38
    • 32. 29 in the mood

      1:38
    • 33. 30 ina jiffy

      1:38
    • 34. review in Movie 20 30

      1:44
    • 35. 31 in so many words

      1:38
    • 36. 32 put your mind to it

      1:38
    • 37. 33 joking apart

      1:38
    • 38. 34 in your dreams

      1:38
    • 39. 35 green with envy

      1:39
    • 40. 36 overstep the line

      1:38
    • 41. 37 have a craving

      1:38
    • 42. 38 red herring

      1:38
    • 43. 39 brush up on

      1:38
    • 44. 40 clown around

      1:36
    • 45. Review in Movie 30 40

      2:12
    • 46. 41 top banana

      1:37
    • 47. 42 work like a dog

      1:37
    • 48. 43 mouse potato

      1:38
    • 49. 44 tweeny weeny

      1:38
    • 50. 45 take time off

      1:38
    • 51. 46 on the eleventh hour

      1:38
    • 52. 47 how dare you

      1:38
    • 53. 48 hush hush

      1:38
    • 54. 49 over one's head

      1:38
    • 55. 50 not lift the finger

      1:38
    • 56. review in Movie 40 50

      2:06
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* 50 Lessons*  of  common Idioms , Expressions and Useful phrases 

  • Is it sometimes hard to understand what English speakers say to you  ? 

  • Do you want to become more confident when Speaking English ? 

  • One way to improve your proficiency is to focus on idioms – phrases and expressions that all native speakers use but that are hard for non-native speakers to understand.

this class focuses only on essential idioms that can be used in a variety of day-to-day situations. A series of fun, informative, and detailed video lectures provide clear explanations, numerous example sentences

This is a comprehensive class for all of those students who want to upgrade their english skills 

We have tried to choose and pick up the most useful and common idioms and expression

All of the idioms are explained clearly with a very simple language to help you understand them well 

Later you can join the next class 

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Mister Rabiey

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✪ Master's Degree in English Literature UK
✪ Englishvid Founder & CEO.
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I believe that teaching is an art, like an artist, you need to be creative to be a good teacher.I always look for different things to do to help students get the information in the easiest way possible including animation programs, activities
I have more than 10 years of experience Teaching different Classes such as IELTS , TOEFL , CPE I have always tried to focus on the skills of speaking and helping learners change their brain to speak automatically, without needing to think.

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1. Introduction : I'll write it right on the tip of my tongue. Mine do it when it's on the tip of my tongue. Idioms and expressions are frequently used in his spoken and written English. So this is a very useful area of language to learn. Guys, ATMs are the phrases or the worst together have a meaning which is completely different from the dictionary definition of the individual words. So this can make ATMs and expressions and a little bit hard for ESL students to understand our Malarone. However, learning idioms and expressions can be fun and rewarding since the meanings of the idioms can be surprising. Here in this class we have provided a list of common and useful idioms. So guys, enjoy learning English with idioms. Let's get a starlit guys. What's a mean engulfed in a Jiffy? A very common American EDM. How, and where do we use it? Be back in a Jiffy. Jiffy. Actually, if you say in a Jiffy, it means that something will happen very quickly and very soon. That's a meaning GAAP in a Giphy, my dear friends in this class we will teach you a 50 common American English idioms. We will help you to review them in movies after every ten lessons and idioms. And you can also check your understanding and see if you can understand everything. So good luck adding many common ADM, Sierra English. 2. 1 shoot in the foot : The useful EDM. I've listened Number one, A's shoot yourself in the phot. So guys, think about it. What happens when you shoot yourself in the phot? Actually, clearly, you will harm yourself, you will hurt yourself. But let us understand the meaning of this EDI. So shoot yourself in the photo means to harm yourself in some way by doing some things 2-bit for making a silly mistake. So I think we must never shoot ourselves in the phot because it might cause some problems or its troubles. Let me give you some examples. I think you might be shooting yourself in the phot. If you don't take his offer. This is a great opportunity. Yes, I think he should take it. Other examples. My brother has shot himself in the phot twice by turning down buyers for his house. He was making a big mistake. Other examples, why does carry always shoot yourself in the foot by saying the wrong thing. 3. 2 my lips are sealed : A useful idiom of this lesson number two is my lips are sealed. I think you guys can understand the meaning of this. Edm. Sealed here means closed or protected. But what does my lips are sealed mean? So this EDM is said, when you are promising to keep secret, or my lips are sealed means I will tell no one, the cigarette or this gossip. We can also say just between you and me. Or we can say Mom's the word. Let me give you some examples and make it more clear. Don't worry, it's not going to tell the teacher you cheated. Ok, my lips are sealed, which means I will keep a secret. Let me give you some other examples. Oh, and please don't tell him you saw me here. Don't worry. My lips are sealed. You can certainly trust me to keep my lips sealed about how much money you have in the bank. So it means that I will keep a secret. 4. 3 hit the nail on the head: Adm number three, hit the nail on the head, hit the nail on the head. This EDM uses very common various fool used in many conversations and I have heard it in many movies. So what's the meaning of hit the nail on the head? Let's understand. It means to say something that is exactly right or completely true. Or we can say to describe exactly what is causing a situation or problem. Hit the nail on the head. Try to understand it, guys. And try to use it in your speech. Okay, let's understand it to some examples. When Ted said that Barney couldn't be thrust it. So here really hit the nail on the head, a set they exactly right to think. Other examples. Mike hit the nail on the head. When he said, most people can use a computer without knowing how it works exactly. I think Mick hit the nail on the head. When he said that what's lacking in this company is a feeling of confidence. He said the exact thing. 5. 4 tighten one's belt : Adm number four, which is very important on ten essential is Titan Juan's bell. What's a meaning? Go to tighten once builds. Lets understand the meaning of this EDM. Actually it means to spend less money than you did before, because you have less money. So I believe sometimes we must tighten our belts and spend less money because there are some other necessary things. Okay, let me give you some examples. You can understand it in examples. I have, I've had to tighten MY built synthesize topped, working full time. When you don't have a full-time job, you have to tighten your belt. Example number two, things are beginning to costs more and more. It looks like we'll all have to tighten our belts. Example number three. She said, the poor must tighten their belts. I completely agree with her. They must tighten their belt. 6. 5 frog in the throat : They important ADM, EDM number five is Frog a1 throat. What's the meaning of this EDM frog in throats? Let's understand. It means to have a difficulty in speaking. Because your throat feels a dry. You'll want to cough. I think this is very bad condition when you have a frog and throat and you have difficulty speaking. Let me give you some examples. Example number one. I had a frog in my throat and I had to clear my throat several times before I could answer. Yes, that's not good. Example number two, she says she gets a frog in her throat when she is nervous. Like me. And the last example says, my dad has a frog grannies throat, so it couldn't speak very well. He had difficulty using the speaking actually. 7. 6 slip one's mind : Let's learn something very important here. And that is slip one's mind or slip someone's mind. What's the meaning of this EDM? Let's understand it. Well, it means actually if something slips your mind, it means you forget about it. Yes. I think there are lots of things that might slip our mind. But let me give you some examples to make you understand at more. Example number one, I forgot to arrange a meeting with Richard. It completely slipped my mind. Oh, my god, I forgot about the meeting. That's very bad. Example number two, it says I meant to tell her that Nick at phoned, but it completely slipped my mind. Oh, my god. That's terrible. My wife's birthday slipped my mind. This is the most terrible thing that might happen in everybody's life. Please do not forget such important things. 8. 7 lose face : Adm numbers have, which is very essential and a useful loose face. What someone in Gf to lose face. You can see that picture. He's unhappy. But what's the meaning of to low space? Actually, it means to become less that by authors. Or we can say to be humiliated. That's how you can lose face. But we should try not to lose face actually. Let me give you some examples here. Johnny's more afraid of losing face than losing money. Yes, Mani is an unimportant, but your fame is very important. Example number two, the sales manager lost face with his customers when he continually promised I Thames, he couldn't deliver. An example. Number three, here, refuse to admit he made a mistake because he didn't want to lose face. Okay. That's good. 9. 8 come rain or shine : Adm number aides, come rain or shine. This is my favorite one. Come rain or shine. I think the meaning of this EDM is clear. But let me explain it for you. It means whatever happens, no matter whether it rains or the sun shines. Or we can say in any sort of weather. Yes. That's the meaning of this EDM comma rain or shine. But let's see how this EDM is used. Number one, don't worry. I'll be there. Come rain or shine. To means that I will be there. Whatever happens, I will be there. Yes, there is no doubt. Let me give you other examples. Will hold the picnic or rain or shine. Sometimes we can say it's short, like rain or shine. Example number three, km, Rain or Shine. I'll see you on Thursday. That's a very good promise. 10. 9 turn yourself in : Hello everybody. The EDM for today, which is EDM number nine, is to turn yourself in. You see the criminal and the picture. I think he should turn himself. N, what does it mean? Well, it means to take a criminal, which is a bad person to the police or to go to them yourself? Yes, to go to them yourself. To admit a crime. But I think criminals don't do that. They don't turn themselves in. Let me give you some examples. Example number one, the hit and run driver, terror and himself. M to the police day after the accidents. Example number two. Turn yourself in. There is no way out. Yes. Come on, gave up. Next example. She turned herself and to the local police. I think that's a very good decision. She just made. 11. 10 costs an arm and a leg : Today, I want to teach you something very poor downtown that's cost on our my leg. Adm number ten. What some meaning GFP cost on our mental a, you can see the dollar and the middle of that picture. So it's about money. Well, it means actually in the US and the UK. Also, we can say costs a bomb or the earth, or the packet. And it means to be extremely expensive. So casts an arm, a leg means something that is very expensive. Example number one, I'd love to buy a BM W car, but they cost an arm and a leg. Exactly. They are. See if we cannot afford to them. Those opera tickets cost us an arm and a leg. Yes, they are very expensive and we don't have that much money. Example number three, the repair work cost an arm and a leg. That was very expensive. 12. review in Movie 1 10 : What shoot yourself in the foot. The not gonna shoot myself in the foot anymore. Don't shoot yourself from footprint. Wanted me to shoot you in the foot. Is upstairs getting ready to shoot themselves in the foot on your account? My lips, your thigh out. My lips. You hit the nail on the head. Mr. Gustaf? You hit the nail on my really hit the nail on the head with that one tribe that go well, just tighten your belt. You need to tighten your belt for it. Andrews will have to tighten his belt. I have a frog in my throat. Frog in your throat. You have a frog and you felt, boy, did I ever lose face? I said I don't want to lose face in front of my means. They'll lose face and compensate by guess I just didn't want to lose face. Outside. Shot. Come rain or shine. Days after school, rain or shine. And I'm here every week. You cost an arm and a leg. So let's get to live. Well because denominator leg then you would know it cost me a phenomena like and it won't cost you an arm and a leg. 13. 11 homie : Actually the work we have for today, it is very common in daily conversations of American people or English via bullies homey. Yes. What somebody in golf homey. Actually whoami is a close friend. Friend that is very close. Or we can say a person we like to spend time width. I believe everybody should have a homey. I have a homey. I spent a lot of time with him or we can say hair, but it's about mostly boys. Example number one. I and my homey wanted to go out and play tennis together. So a very good idea. Have a great time. Example. Number two. I spend a lot of time with my homey Jack, the such a friendly person. Example number three. I got your back homey. Don't worry about anything. I will support you. Yes. That's what friends for I guess. 14. 12 give sb a cold shoulder : Adm number 12. To give somebody a cold shoulder? Yes. I think we should never gave people the cold shoulder. What does it mean? Let us understand. It means to intentionally ignore someone or treat someone in an unfriendly way. Sometimes I think it's very impolite to give someone the cold shoulder. I think we must not ignore our friends. This is impolite. Let me give you some examples. I thought she really liked me. But the next day she gave me the cold shoulder. Oh, that's a really bad example. Number two, what I have done to him, he gave me the cold shoulder the whole evening at the party. And the next example, then n gloms manager gave me the cold shoulder. It means that he just ignore me. Maybe he doesn't like me. I don't know. 15. 13 have egg on face : A very important EDM of today, of this part is to have egg on your face. Edm number 13. Maybe you guys have never heard such a thing before. But let us understand the meaning of this EDM. Actually, if you have egg on your face, it looks stupid. Because of something that you have done? Yes. Because of something bad, something impolite or I'm bursting that you have done. You have a egg on your face. Let me give you some examples. Stemmed had egg on his face. After saying he could easily do 50 push-ups and then giving up after doing just 20. That's very funny. Example number two. This latest scandal has left the government with egg on its face. Not good for a government. Next, I had an accident with my dad's no car. I had an egg on my face. I think that's a very big tragedy. 16. 14 have butterfly in stomach : The idiom of this par TDM number 14, which is very important, is get butterflies in your stomach. Now what happens when you get butterflies in your stomach? Let us understand the meaning of this idiom. It means to feel very nervous. Usually about something that's going to do. Before something maybe difficult. You sometimes get butterflies in your atomic. Let me give you some examples here. Example number one. I used to get butterflies in my stomach. Before school tests. Yes. Most of the students get butterflies. Atomics before that, very important on test, I guess. Example number two. I had terrible butterflies before I gave that talk in Italy. Oh my god. He's so cute. Every time he turns and looks at me, I get butterflies in my stomach. 17. 15 throw your money around : Edm number 15, throw your money around. I think you can understand the meaning of this EDM to throw your money around. Well, let's understand. It means to often spend money on things that are not very necessary or important. I think it's a very bad habit to spend money on things that are not very important. I mean, it's, it's a bad habit to throw your money around. Let me give you some examples. I'm not surprised. She hasn't got any savings. I've never seen anyone throw money around like pauli. Yes. That's not good to throw your money around. Example number two, he lost his job, but still seems to have plenty of money to throw around. Good for him. My mother buys a lot off flashy clothes. I guess. She's been throwing her money around? Yes. And my father is very angry with that. 18. 16 play innocent : The EDM and expression of this bar. Number 16 is to play in assumptions. Yes. What's the meaning of to play in a SMS? Let us understand the meaning. It means to pretend that you do not understand or know anything about something. That's the meaning of to play NSF. And now I think you understand the meaning of this EDM. Never play innocent. Let me give you some examples. Domes play the Anna sounds with me. You know what I'm talking about? Yes, they'll play innocent. Don't pretend that Teton snow. Example number two. There is no need to play innocence. I know you're broke the lamp. Number three, Johnny's playing innocent and he knows more than he is telling us. We can use this EDM for those people who pretend that they are saying something else. 19. 17 kick someone out : A very useful idiom for this part. Number 17 years kicks someone out. What's the meaning, golf to kick someone? Let us understand the meaning of this idiom. It means to force someone to leave a place or, or organization. Yes, that's the meaning of to kick someone else. I remember my teacher always kicked me out because I was a little bit lazy in that class and I didn't listen to him. Let me give you some examples. The manager kicked him out because he always was late for work. I think the manager has the right to do that. Don't be late. Example number two. When their principal cut Lisa smoking in the bathroom, she was kicked out. They feel make too much noise in the movie theater. They will kick you out. Yes. So please be quiet. Don't make a lot of noise here. 20. 18 turn stomach : Edm number 18. Turn wants Tom. Yeah. This is a very bad feeling actually when your stomach is turning gas. But what does it mean? Let us understand what it means to make someone feel sick often because they are angry or upset about something. I guess. That's the meaning of turn someone's stomach. Let's understand it. In examples. The sight of Joe eating raw fish is enough to turn your atomic. Exactly. That's a little bit terrible to see that. Other examples, the amount of money she spends on designer clothes really turns mice atomic. Means it makes me feel bad, sick. Just this smell makes my stomach turned. Tweens. That makes me feel realistic. Vat. 21. 19 not cut out for sth : A very useful EDM of this bar is not cut out for something. Adm number 19. What's remaining GF not cut out for something. Let us understand the meaning of this one. Well, it means to not be the right type of person. For something. You can see the person is a little sad. And this picture because he's not the right type of person for the job and maybe he must leave. Let me give you some examples. Example number one says, I'm not cut out front office job. It means that I'm not the right type of person for an office job. Maybe I should find another job. Example number two, he did his best, but he just wasn't cut out for farming. Number three, I'm not cut out for teaching. I must find a deaf friend job. Yes, maybe it will be happier if you find another job. 22. 20 put the blame on sb : Idiom number 20. Put the blame somebody. Yes. But some meaning Gf to put the blame on somebody. Less understand. Well, it means to put the blame on somebody, means to blame someone or something. To assign a bad outcome to someone or something. Or we can't say in simple language, make someone responsible for a fault or an error, or we can say a mistake. So that's the meaning of put the blame on somebody. Let me give you some examples. Don't put the blame on May. I didn't do it. It was not my fault. Yes. Don't put the blame on me. Exactly. That's not good. Let me gave me other examples. We'll have to place the blame. We can say put or place no difference will have to place the blame for the damage on this door. Number three, I put the blame for the debt on the last president. Core president would always put the blame on him. 23. review in Movie 10 20: His wife was giving him the cold shoulder. And now you give me the cold shoulder egg on our face to face, so that's embarrassing. It on my face. I have a butterflies in your stomach. Don't tell them I get butterflies in my stomach. And to get butterflies in my stomach. How does how does have all this money to throw around? Mr. Strickland is not one to throw his money around, like Rose Kennedy with all our money to throw a lot of really throw your Devin 1909 around in the circuit. Me, what? Innocent, innocent now, autoplay it. Is it with me, tripper, down? Play in a sense. Come out of the house. Great. Kick him out. Well, you can't kick about remained K came out as soon as possible for the army. Near not good. I'm not caught up with theater. I'm not cut out for this. Don't put the blame on Main Here, Mr. Harmell, don't put the blame on maim here. Mr. Harmell don't put the blame on Main Here, Mr. 24. 21 hands off : We have a very useful phrase for today for this parts, for its number 21 is hands-off. I think you have heard this phrase before. Hands off. What what does it mean? Hands of used as a warning not to touch or interfere with something. So that's why we say hands off. It means that puts your hands off that stuff. Or think, yes, but let me give you some examples here. Careful. Don't touch that wire. Hands off. Yes. Means that it's a warning till somebody and let me give you other examples here. Example number two. The sign says hands-off and you had better. Do what it says. Exactly. Because it's dangerous. Next one. Hands off that cake. It's mine. Yes, don't touch that cake. It's my cake. And I want to eat it. 25. 22 put away: Edm number 22, a useful one. But it's a little bit negative. Pass away. Yeah, what's remaining golf pass away. You can see a coffin here on the ground, so the meaning is clear. So pass away. Actually it's a very polite expression for dy. So don't say that a person die because it's a little bit impolite. You should say he passed away. So this is a polite way to express dying. Let's use attend some examples. She's terribly upset because her father passed away last week. Yes. Her father died last week. Okay. Example number two. When his father passed away, he decided to start a new life. Stand on his own feet. And that's a very good decision. Both of her parents passed away suddenly. And this is terrible. Yes, this is a big tragedy when you lose both of your parents subtlely. 26. 23 cut the deal : This is my favorite EDM. We cut that deal. Ito number 23. So what's the meaning of cut that deal? So he can see in this picture two persons shake hands, so it means they agree. Let's understand. Some cut that deal means to make an agreement or an arrangement with someone. Actually, especially in business or politics cell, this is the meaning of cut that deal. Means to make an agreement. Yes. Let me give you some examples and understand it in examples. The property developer or try to cut a deal with us to get us out of that building. So yes, this is not good. Actually. Example number two, after two hours speaking finally, to a businessman, cut the deal. And the companies both cut that deal and decide to sign that contract. Yes. That's good. So this is the meaning of that deal. 27. 24 for my money : They're useful and they're very common ADM. Well today this party is for my money. Idiom number 24. Actually, this is a very useful idiom used in daily conversational speech. So the meaning of for my money is, in my opinion, or we can say, I think or to me. So what do you want to express your opinion, European point, your idea. You can't say for my money. We can also say in my book, we understand the meaning of this idiom. Let me give you some sentences. For my money. Sunday is the best day to travel because the roads are quiet. That's a very good decision, I guess. Example number two. That's the best Brown dove tools theories for my money. Yes. This is your opinion? For my money. The northwest of Scotland. Most beautiful part half Breton. Maybe. I'm not sure. 28. 25 burn your bridges : Edm number 25. Burn your bridges. Yes, you can see a person in this picture. He has burnt the bridge. But what does it mean? Burn your bridges? If you are in a situation that you'll burn your bridge, boat, it means you destroy all possible ways of going back to that situation. So guys, you should never burn your bridges because he will have no way back. Let's understand this. In some examples. The army which had burned it's bridges behind it, couldn't go back. That's not good. Example number two. And he dropped out of school. Now, you'll be burning your bridges behind you. Exactly. You get mad and quit your job. You'll be burning bridges behind you. And you will never be able to come back to your work job. 29. 26 come in handy: The idiom of this part, which is very common, used in many places and many movies, come in handy. Edm number 26. And so what's the meaning of come in handy? It's very simple. Come in handy. If something actually come in handy, we must understand that it means to be useful. So we must not actually throw important things away, things that we need, because maybe later it will come in handy and we will need it and it will be useful. Let's understand it. In examples. This money will come in handy when we go on vacation. Yes, exactly. Means that we will need this money if we go on vacation. Expression number two, it says, don't worry. Don't sorry. Don't throw that bottle away. It will come in handy. Yes. X1, I think that this gadget will come in handy in their kitchen. So we should, we should put it somewhere, maybe safe. 30. 27 come at a price : A common expression, an EDM I want to teach you today, IES, come at a price. Come at a price. What does it mean? Yes. Actually, we have a lot of money here, I guess. In a price means to include disadvantages in order to get what you want. Yes, this is the meaning of commitment. A price. Sometimes if you want to get something in their life, maybe it comes at a price and you have to try very hard for that. Let's understand it in some examples. The company's success was made possible by the contraries rulers. But their support, it comes at a price. Example numbers to following their recommendation would have increased teamwork. But at a price. Finally, he became an actor. But it came at a price, which means that he worked very hard to become actually the actor. 31. 28 in broad daylight : Adm number when he ate. Very useful and very practical. In a broad daylight. If you do something in a broad daylight, what does it mean? Let's understand it. Actually, if a crime is committed in a broad daylight, it happens during the day when it could have been seen and prevent it. So this is the meaning of in broad daylight. So criminals should not do something bad in a broad daylight, I guess. Let me give you some examples. Thieves had broken into the house in a broad thing, light, oh my god. They must be very courageous, I guess. Example number two. And abroad daylight. These robberies took place in a broad daylight and not one person has been arrested for them. Nice. The man was shot at close range, broad daylight in front of his house. That's a very bad effect. 32. 29 in the mood: Edm number 29, a very, very common one. I think most of you might know the meaning of this one in the interval to do something. To be in the mood to do something? Yes. What does it mean? In the mood to do something means to feel like doing or having something? Yes, sometimes we are in the mood to do something and sometimes I think we are not in the mood to do something. It means that we have a bad feeling to do that. Let's understand this EDM in some examples. Number one, I'm not really in the mood for shopping today. It's means I don't have the feeling to go shopping today. Maybe we can go later. Yes. Okay. Example number two. I'm not in the mood to see a movie tonight. Yes, maybe. It means I don't have a good feeling to watch tonight. Next example number three. Are you in the mood for pizza? Guess. Excellent. Always in the mood for pizza. 33. 30 ina jiffy : A very nice phrase for today in a Diffie idiom number 30. What some meaning Goffin at 2f0? Yes. Have you heard about this? Let's understand the meaning of this one. Actually, in a Jiffy means in a very short time. Or we can say very fast or very soon. That's the meaning of in a GFP. You can actually use this idiom in different situations when he wanted to do something very fast. Or whether you want to tell somebody that you will do it very fast. Let's understand it in EDM, same sentences. Just wait a minute. I'll be there in AD GFP, which means that I'll be there very fast, as fast as possible. Other examples, the clearer. We'll be with you in a Jiffy. Next, I'll finish my homework. And I did fee. Oh, that's a good boy. It means that he will finish his hallmark very, very fast just in a short time. 34. review in Movie 20 30: And up, pass away. He didn't pass. Until you pass away. Everyone's happy. Gotta deal with what? A wise man does not burn his bridge. Didn't just burn bridges behind me. You're going to burn a lot of bridges. This might come in handy. It's making a move in broad daylight. In broad daylight. Broad daylight lampposts right there. I'll be back. I'll be back in a Jiffy. 35. 31 in so many words : In so many words? In so many words, yes. Edm number 31, a very useful one. In so many words. What does it mean? Yes, let's understand it. In so many words means in clear language. Or we can say clearly, directly or in a way that makes it very clear what you mean. So in so many words means something that you say very clearly. Okay. Let me give you some examples. Did he say he was unhappy with Anna? Well, not in so many words, but that was serenely the impression. I got. Nice. X1. I told her in so many words to stop interfering. Yes. We should not interfere. Actually. X1 I told her in so many words to leave me alone. Yes. Means I told her clearly many times to leave me alone. But she doesn't. 36. 32 put your mind to it : Adm number 32. A very nice one, aids My favorite. Put your mind to it. Put your mind to it. You can see that woman in this picture. She says, We can do it. Yes. So what does it mean? So put your mind to it. It's means to decide. You are going to do something to put a lot of effort into doing it. Ok? So if you want to get something, I believe you must put your mind to it. Let me give you some examples. If you'd just put your mind to it. Sure you could do it exactly. But we have to try very hard. Actually, we have to decide to try very hard and put our mind to it. Next. And you put your mind to it. You could have that job finished. Nm after dawn. Yes. And next one. I must put my mind to it. If I really want to get accepted in a go to university, they exactly. 37. 33 joking apart : They idiom of this heart that I want to teach you EDM number 33, 0s joking apart, or sometimes we can say joking aside so that there's no difference. So when do we use this EDM? Let's see. Joking apart or joking aside. You set when he want to starts speaking seriously about something. Actually after making jokes and laughing about it. So that's where we can use this ATM. What did we want to speak seriously, we say until kinda site or joking apart. Let me give you some examples. Joking apart. Will you be able to manage on your own? Just means a speaker. Lee, will you be able to manage on your own? Go nose? Other examples. I know I laughed, that's him. But joking aside, he's a very clever scientist. I know I threatened to leave and go around the world. But joking aside, I do need a vacation. Beeps, Yes. 38. 34 in your dreams : A very useful and practical ADM. Edi number 34 is in your dreams. Yeah. Have you heard this? What's the meaning GF In your dreams? I think it's something related to dreams, but let's understand it. In your dreams. It means something you say to someone who has just told you about something they are hoping for in order to show in order to show that you don't believe it will happen. So we say this expression to say that we don't believe in other people. Let me give you some examples. Dave. Buy you a car in your dreams. I can't believe that. That's all. I guess. I can't believe that day you bought your car. It's impossible. Example number two, you think you can get a date with a head cheerleader in your dreams? Next. You didn't study at all for exam. And now you tell me you could pass it in your drains. It means I don't believe it's how how would it be possible? 39. 35 green with envy: Green with envy, ADM number 35. Yes. What's the meaning of green with envy? You can see the face of this woman is green and she's a little bit surprised. Let's understand the meaning of this idiom. It means green with envy means wishing very much that you had to what someone else has. Well, we can say in simple words, to be jealous. So green with envy means to be jealous. But that's not a good habit to be contained within V. Example number one, when I heard about he's new job, I was grain with envy. All my gods. Its mean is that I was jealous because he had a new job. Example number two, Bell was grand with envy that I won the first place. So Bill was green with envy that I won the first place. My no car made my neighbor grain with N v means that your neighbor became jealous. 40. 36 overstep the line : Overstep the line. A very useful and practical EDM and a phrase used in daily conversation. And in some obese. Actually, over step the line. What does it mean? Let's understand it. Overstep the line mains to behave in a camp lee unacceptable way. Or we can say, to go beyond what is proper or allowed by something. So this is a wrong action to overstep the line. We should never to this. Ok, let me give you some examples. You've overstepped the line this time. Simpson. Your fire. Yes. So it behaved completely away. And now he's fired. Example number two. You overstepped the mark. When you shouted at your mother. Actually, we can use the mark instead of a line. You overstepped the mark. Example number three. The teacher warned us not to overstep the mark. Or we kind of say the line. 42. 38 red herring : And ice EDM up this part, which is very important. And I'm sure most of you students don't know it. Red herring. Edm number 38. What's the meaning of red herring? Let's understand. Red herring is a fact, idea or subject that takes people's attention away from this central point being considered. So this is the meaning GF, red herring, something that takes your attention from the central point. Let me give you some examples. The police investigate it, many clues, but they were all caret herrings. So we understand the meaning of this idea. Let me give you all the candidate who used the minor issue as a red herring to distract voters from the corruption accusations against him. That mystery novel has a couple of red herrings that keep readers off GAR. So we must be careful here. 43. 39 brush up on : Edm number 39. Brush up on something. Yes, you can see this girl and then picture with their red not spoken, she is brushing up on something, but we don't know what it is, what it is. So what is the meaning of brush up on something? Means to improve one's existing knowledge or skill in a particular area. Or we can say, to improve your knowledge of something already learned but partly forgotten. So this is the meaning of brush up on something. Let me give you some examples. I thought I'd brush up on my French for going to Paris. Good idea. Because maybe for gut and Lux off words. Other examples. I need to brush up on my German. My chair manys week. Yes, I don't speak German very well. Brushing up on computer skills can be important for any worker. Thinking about getting a new job? Yes, they should come back and improve their knowledge. 44. 40 clown around : Cloud narrower hound, expression number 40. You can see in this picture there is a clown. But what's I mean gov clown around? You can guess the meaning. Yes, but let's understand the meaning of this EDM. Clatter around, means to act silly. Or we can say to mess around. Or we can say to join with someone in acting silly. Yeah, you can, we can see a lot of children on the streams. They around. Let me give you some examples. The bullies where clowning around with each other. They were missing around. Actually. They were acting silly. And that's sometimes impolite. Let me give you other examples. The kids having fun clowning around. Example number three. We were just clowning around. We didn't mean to break anything. Yes. We were intestinal messing around. We were just acting silly. 45. Review in Movie 30 40: So many words, so many, so many word, we'll do that in so many words. So I'm telling you, well, not so many. In so many words. I actually have a few thousand, whatever. Joking aside. All joking aside. You really want to be yourself. After your dreams, in your dream. Dreams in your dream. Then your dreams are green and green within the neck, Flanders. Turn green with envy. And if I weren't already green, green with envy. Or you feel entitled to overstep the Mach if you ever start the mountain. This was designed by great coal, friendly, but Flaherty didn't overstep the model. Why not? I have a craving for human flesh and craving for quail. Looking for bearish, I have a clean DEJ, you have a craving for it. To have a craving for cigarettes. Communism was just a red herring. You're the red herring. The red herring, how they were red herring. Thank you. Let's brush you up on some Japanese auctioneering term. Actively brush up on my game. Some books brush up on your history, and you should brush up on Spanish. 46. 41 top banana : Expression number 41, top bet nano. And open Ana is my favorite fruits and I love it very much. But TNO, what's the meaning of top banana? Let's understand. Top banana. It's main was the most, or sometimes we can say the second most important person in an organization, company. Or we can't say factory or somewhere. For example, we can say My friend is at top and Ana in Apple company. Let me give you some examples. You'll have to ask the top and he is out right now. Her up this company. He's a top and honor. Example number two. Everybody must listen to the top banana. He's a responsible, Yes. So he's responsible for everything and he's the top banana. The teacher is considered a top banana in class. Yes, he's the most important person in that class, so everybody must listen to him. 47. 42 work like a dog : Work like could it hymn number EDM number 42, works like a dog. And what's a meaning? Gf works like a dog. Yes. Let's understand the meaning of this one. Like a dark means to work very hard. Or we can say to try very hard to do something. Yes. I think if you want to reach your goals, you must or a collected Doc, you must work very hard. Let me give you some examples here. Here worked like had died all day to finish their wall paper, bring sorry, the wallpaper. Yes, he worked very hard to finish it. Next one. I must work like a dog and a read many books tonight. I got a really hard the exam. Tomorrow. Poor people were o'clock it duck to make him a little money for their families. Yes. They must work very hard to make a little money. 48. 43 mouse potato : Edm number 43, Mao's potato. Once a meeting of that mouse. But to 80, you can see on an old woman sitting in front of the computer. But let's understand the meaning of mouse. But data. It means a person who spends a lot of time on their computer and does not have an active style of life. Yes. So we speak about those people who spend a lot of time on computers and have no all other activities to do. Okay, let me give you some examples. My friend spends more than 12 hours align playing games. His chin, house. Potato spends a lot of time, come on 12 hours dentists to launch. My friends call me a mouse potato because it dictates, spend a lot of time on computer. Jack is a mouse potato. He never goes out. A prefers to work computer and maybe play games, but that's not a good habit. 49. 44 tweeny weeny : We have a very nice and maybe a little bit funny phrase, and that's teeny weeny. Phrase number 44. You can see a little child here, But can you guess the meaning of this phrase? Teeny weeny? We can use this phrase actually for something that is very small. Something that is very small and tiny. Also we say it see Betsy or AD BD actually sometimes. So we understand the meaning of this phrase. Let me give you some examples. The teeny weeny child hat, a pleasant smile. On a space? Yes. Means a very small and tiny. Let me give you some other examples. Did you see that teeny weeny skirt on her means her skirt is very short, small. Maybe. The teeny weeny purse was really cute and attracted many or women in that shop. 50. 45 take time off : Adm number 45. Take time off. You can see a relaxed man lying. He's taking time, IF I guess. But what does it mean to take time off? To take? It's a period of time when you do not work because of illness or holidays or because your employer has given you permission to do something else. So that's a meaning to off to take time on. Short-time dot t, don't go to work. Example number one, the man decided to take a short time and go on vacation with his family and for him. Okay. Example number 21 in five employees admits to taking time off because of stress. Research revealed that's more than 2411000 people had been unable to take any time off for a holiday. And then last year, that's not good. 51. 46 on the eleventh hour : Ada number 46 on the 11th hour. On the 11th hour. So what's the relationship between our love em, this o'clock? Let's understand. On the 11th hour means the last moment, or almost too late. Or we can say at the last possible moment or opportunity. So this is the meaning of on the 11th hour. Let's put this EDM into examples. Example number one, I was shocked and I was shocked that they reached an agreement at the 11th or after weeks of squabbling. Nice. Number two, she always turned her term papers in the in at the 11th hour. That's not good, I guess. We don't worry about deaf until the 11th hour. Yes. Most of the people think like that. 52. 47 how dare you : Adm number 47. How dare you. You can see this little girl. Actually, she's not little careless anchor and she's saying, how dare you. Okay, what does it mean? Let's understand. I am very surprised and shocked, but by what you are doing. So this is the meaning, how dare you easily shows that it's think someone's behavior is very wrong. That's why we say, how dare you? Let me give you some examples. Example number one. How dare you show up at my wedding? Yes. So I'm trying to show that he has actually he has had a very wrong behavior. Next one. How dare reheat it cuz ourself lying? Yes. Domains that I'm very surprised and shocked that he accused us. Next one. How dare you question my authority? Yes. Nobody shouldn't question my authority and power. 53. 48 hush hush : The essential and important and practical phrase for today is hush, hush, hush, hush. So what's I'm gonna go shh, shh. Let's understand. Hush, hush. Actually, it means two. Keep secret from people. So what do you want to keep your secrets? Or when you want to tell people to keep your synchronous from others, you can tell them. Hush, hush means don't speak about my cigarettes. Okay. Let's put this into examples. Example number one. In the end, he was forced to resign, but it was all very harsh. Harsh. Nobody knew what other examples I didn't us. No, they got married. Wow. That was all. Shh, shh. Next one. My friends left me alone. And whence swimming. It was all very hush, hush. I guess you have some bad Firenze. 54. 49 over one's head : They useful EDM of this Bihar ys over some months heads. So we know what the meaning gotten heads. We know the meaning of over two. What's the meaning of over some months heads? Let's see. So over one's head, it means too difficult or strange for you to honor stemmed. So if something is over your head, it's so difficult or strange for you to understand. Yes, for example, for me, philosophy is over my head. Alright, come off onto our standard, so difficult. Let me give you some examples. I tried to take in what he was saying about nuclear fusion. But most of it went over my head because I couldn't understand it. That may give you other examples. I can't understand the math problems. They are over my head. Some subjects are older my head, and I usually ignore them. But I think that's not a good idea. You should ask the teacher to explain for you. But you don't. You think guys. 55. 50 not lift the finger : Edi number 50. Not lift a finger. Lookup that lazy person in this picture. He doesn't lift a finger. What does it mean? Let's understand that guy's not lift a finger means actually to refuse to make even a small efforts to do. Or we can say to do nothing to help someone. Yes. I think you lazy people usually they never lifted a finger. And I don't like them. Let me give you some examples. Can you imagine that they wouldn't lift a finger? They never helped me of, that's frost writing code. Not good. Example number two. Sally refused to lift to lift a hand, or we can say lift a finger. There's no difference to help her own system or she's a really selfish he never lifted a finger to hell with the house. Or I think sometimes we should force people to help us. 56. review in Movie 40 50: I work like a dog. You're going to work do you like a dog and now work like a dog? With you like a dog. Whining about it. Problem. Teeny weeny glasses. Teeny teeny weeny little teeny weeny little line in a teeny-weeny balls to get take from Pam out. Take some time off. Enjoy yourself. Seriously. I can take some time off, but he's going to take some time off and I'll take some time on Friday at it. Take some time off to take some time off. We didn't get put his foot down at the 11th. Good luck finding a second. The 11th hour. I'm sure. The 11th hour. I'm coming in at the 11th hour and I don't want us to think, how dare you. There's no time to lose. Very, very agitation, judge, virtually non-existent. I'll organize it. Don't lift a finger to finger. You won't have to lift a finger. Just remember, if the finger against me, if I'm not best part about this whole deal, You're not even have to lift a finger.