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English Idioms: Understand the most Common English idioms for a better communication

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Lessons in This Class

56 Lessons (1h 34m)
    • 1. Introduction

      2:30
    • 2. 101 jump ship

      1:38
    • 3. 102 know it all

      1:38
    • 4. 103 no brainer

      1:38
    • 5. 104 to mess up with sb

      1:38
    • 6. 105 knock on the wood

      1:38
    • 7. 106 if i get my hands on you

      1:38
    • 8. 107 come clean

      1:38
    • 9. 108 have a lot on plate

      1:38
    • 10. 109 it's between to our ears

      1:38
    • 11. 110 what a mess

      1:38
    • 12. Review in Movie 100 110

      1:53
    • 13. 111 i'm all eyes

      1:38
    • 14. 112 to have a lot in common

      1:38
    • 15. 113 go dutch

      1:38
    • 16. 114 eye catching

      1:38
    • 17. 115 take your time

      1:38
    • 18. 116 go to bat for someone

      1:38
    • 19. 117 touch guy

      1:38
    • 20. 118 kick one's heels

      1:38
    • 21. 119 make a boo boo

      1:38
    • 22. 120 voracious

      1:38
    • 23. Review in Movie 110 120

      2:06
    • 24. 121 to make fortune

      1:38
    • 25. 122 on the go

      1:38
    • 26. 123 cool one's heels

      1:38
    • 27. 124 top dog

      1:38
    • 28. 125 road hog

      1:38
    • 29. 126 put sb on the pedestal

      1:38
    • 30. 127 bury the hatchet

      1:38
    • 31. 128 zip your lips

      1:38
    • 32. 129 to ditch someone

      1:38
    • 33. 130 henpecked husband

      1:38
    • 34. Review in Movie 120 130

      1:53
    • 35. 131 bury the head in the sand

      1:38
    • 36. 132 eager beaver

      1:38
    • 37. 133 until the cows come home

      1:38
    • 38. 134 worn out

      1:38
    • 39. 135 drag one's feet

      1:38
    • 40. 136 keep one's feet

      1:38
    • 41. 137 bookwarm

      1:38
    • 42. 138 to be an old hand

      1:38
    • 43. 139 runny nose

      1:38
    • 44. 140 that's news to me

      1:38
    • 45. Review in Movie 130 140

      2:13
    • 46. 141 to have a heart of gold

      1:38
    • 47. 142 go to the point

      1:37
    • 48. 143 get out of the bed

      1:37
    • 49. 144 barking up the wrong tree

      1:37
    • 50. 145 to have a fish to fry

      1:37
    • 51. 146 no offense

      1:37
    • 52. 147 two fisted

      1:37
    • 53. 148 thumb your nose at

      1:37
    • 54. 149 i got your 6

      1:37
    • 55. 150 act your age

      1:37
    • 56. Review in Movie 140 150

      1:30
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Learn english with fun  idioms 

* 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 

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Mister Rabiey

Oxford Tutor & Voice Actor

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-Master's Degree in English Linguistics US
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-Lived and studied in Canada,England 
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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,  Videos and personalized learning activities. 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: As a doctor, I have a lot on my plate. Unfortunately, I have a lot on my plate today. Hello everybody. I hope you are doing great. You know, guys, there are many reasons why we learn English idioms and expressions. Because we often use them in English speaking and writing. So guys, what is idiom? As you know, EDM is a group of wars that have a particular meaning. But, you know, it's a little bit difficult to understand the meaning of EDM simply from the individual words. Here as an example, we need to get the ball rolling to prepare our presentation. It needs to be ready for the meeting next week. Well, it's clear here that they need to prepare a presentation for the meeting next week, right? But there is a question why they are talking about the ball here. What is that? Actually the answer is simple. The phrase here to get that ball rolling is an EDM, which means to make something start happening. So now guys, it is possible to understand that they need to start working on the presentation and they need to deliver rate next week. You know, guys, I know, I know ADM sometimes can be difficult to understand, to remember and to produce, but they can really improve your understanding in the reading and listening at the same time. So guys, in this class we're going to teach you 50 common English ADM is with pictures, clear explanations, and many examples. So are you ready to improve your English fluency? Let's get started. Guys, What's a meaning GF in a Jiffy? A very common American idiom. How, and where do we use it? Let me back in a Jiffy. I'll be back in a day. Actually, if you say in a Jiffy, it means that something will happen very quickly and very soon. That's a meeting up 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. 101 jump ship : Idea number 101. What's I mean in Gf, jump ship? A very practical one. And many students don't know the meaning of jump ship whenever the meaning of John, and we know the meaning of ship. But what's a makeup jump ship? Let's see. Jumped ship means to leave any post or position. Or we can say to quit or resign. Spatially, when there is difficulty with the job. In these kinds of situations, we jumped ship will leave that job and we find another one maybe. Let me give you some examples. When the company announced that it was losing money, many jumped ship. It means many lift their posts and jobs. Yes. Example number 23. None of the editors like to the new policies. So they all jumped ship. As soon as there are jobs all penned up. Their original star up the TV series jumped ship after the first season. 3. 102 know it all : Expression number 100 to know it all. No, Eight, Ball. It's a, actually need to use as an adjective. Yeah, some people we can say they are no at all. So annoyed all what does mean? He's a person who things that they know much more than other people. So they are No it all, they think that they are better than other people and they have more information. And they are a little bit actually ruled and selfish sometimes. Okay, let me give you some examples. Ted is annoyed all person. He says that he knows everything about the new technology. And these annoyed all. That's not good. Other examples, my father ease and know it all. He always gives suggestions to people who are in need. She is annoyed all he she never accepts her mistakes. Faults. Okay. That's very selfish, I guess. 4. 103 no brainer : A very nice and very useful and interesting and EDM and phrase up this party's no-brainer. 103, maybe. What do you think about this EDM? Maybe you say that the person who has no bright, but I think now the definition of this EDM is different. Lists andar stand. Now Brian, or something that requires or involves little or no mental efforts. Okay. That's a mini golf no-brainer. Well, recount say something such as a decision that is very easy or obvious. So something that is very easy and obvious needs no effort. Let's understand this in some examples. The decision was it complete? No-brainer? We didn't face any problems. The decision was other examples. The enormous popularity of his TV show makes the book and no brainer for him. Well, this is a no-brainer question. I have answered it before. It's so simple and clear. That's very good for you. You can answer it very easily. 5. 104 to mess up with sb : To mess up with somebody. Idiom number 104. What's the meaning of to mess up with somebody? Yes. I think that both should not mess up with the girl. But let us understand the meaning of this idiom. It means to treat someone in a bad route. Or we can say and knowing way or to start an argument with someone. Yes. As I told you that you should not mess up without girl, She is very dangerous. May be. Ok. Let me give you some examples. Ted messed up with her sister, with his sister, sorry, over who must clean the house. And they all started to argue for almost ours. Why are you messing up with me? Or why are you messing with me? When my father came home, he was a bit angry, so he started to mess up with my mother. It he started to treat my mother in a bad road or annoying way. And that's not a good actually behavior. 6. 105 knock on the wood : Idea number 105, a very common one. Knock-on dilute. When do we say knock on the wound? And why people NOT come there? Whoops. Let me explain it for you. So Narcan, they would, it is said in order to avoid bad luck. Either when you, you mention Good luck that you have had in the past, or when you mention hopes you have for the future. So in these kinds of situations, we say, knock on wood. Let me give you some examples. The deal will be agreed on Wednesday, not combat boots. I'm saying knock on wood in order to avoid bad luck here. Other examples. I knock unmute when I wish something. Where through. Yes. I will pass this exam and get the job. I always wanted or not kinda hoot. Yes. I wish you would get it. 7. 106 if i get my hands on you : If I get my hands on you, it n number 10006. If I get my hands on you, that little boy with the bat is telling you. So let's understand what does it mean if I get my hands on you? If you say you will kill someone, when you get your hands on them, you mean you will be very angry with them? Yes. If I get my hands on you, I will maybe punish you because you didn't do your homework. Let me give you some examples. You'll wait till I get my hands on you. Young command. You'll be sorry. You've ever heard of cigarettes? Yes. Means that it will be very anchor with you. You wait till I get my hands error. I will kill her. Maybe she's anger with her. If I get my hands on you, I will punish you. You are such an impolite Boy. Yes. A way must punish and impolite Guowei. 8. 107 come clean : Phrase number one Hunter at 07. A very useful, very practical one. I love this one. Tried to learn it and use it in your speech. Guys. Come clean. Come clean. What this mean? It means to be completely honest. Keep nothing hidden to tell the truth about something that you have been keeping cigarette. So we understand the meaning, gov, come clean. It means to be honest, completely be honest with people. We should always come clean. Okay, let me give you some examples. I want you to come clean with me about about your financial status. Yes. That's That means and you should be honest with him. The girl came clean with her boyfriend and told her that she had cheated on her. What a bad girl. I should probably come clean now and admit that I don't really know how to cook and all. Yes. She should be honest and tell us about that. 9. 108 have a lot on plate : Idea number 108, a very useful and practical one, guys, let's focus on Lebanon's have a lot in plate, in other Minecraft plate, but what's happening up have a lot in plate. Okay. Let us understand the meaning. Have a Latium plate, it means to have something usually a large amount of important work to deal with. You can't see the girl and this picture. She has a lot in plate. She's Barry BZ and she's speaking on the phone. And there's another phone or ending. And there are lots of papers. So she has a lot in plate. Let me give you some examples. She's got a lot on her plate, specially with to know projects starting this week. So she's super duper, BZ, very busy. Other examples, the aid C's have enough or more than enough on their plate without having unnecessary visitors to take her off. I cannot ask my friend for help. He's really BZ and he's got a lot. And plate is super BZ. 10. 109 it's between to our ears : Between two our ears. It's between two our ears. What does it mean? Edm Number 10009. So it's between our ears. Think the meaning of this idiom is clear, but let me explain it for you. It's between two our ears. You so tell someone that what you are about to say should to be kept secret. So when I tell somebody that it's between to our ears, it means don't share the secrets that I'm telling you. We then anybody. Okay. Let me give you some examples. It's between two our ears. I guess. She has two jobs. She works nights and days. Don't tell anybody. Okay. It's between two our ears. Next. I'm not going to tell anybody that you ate the whole cake. Don't worry. It's between two. Our ears. Don't tell anybody that I met you. It's between two. Our ears. Don't tell anybody, just keep it secret. Police. 11. 110 what a mess : What a mass EDM number 110. So when do we say What? A mess. So you can see in this bathroom, everything is messy. What's something of what a mess? You use this phrase to express. Ur, surprised or shocked. Especially when you see something very dirty on tidy or full of maybe difficulties or problems? Yes. Look at that bathroom. What a mess. Let me give you some examples. He makes a terrible mess. When he's cooking. He's a bit messy. So he's a little bit dirty and untidy. Other examples, the mother was really angry with her children when she found that they had made a mess and it was all dirty. Don't make him mess here. Keep everything Ni town tidy. Yes. Don't make a lot of dare. 12. Review in Movie 100 110: Why do you think you're gonna jump ship now? There's broad jump ship already. Yeah. You don't jump ship easily. Once you do jump ship, trying to jump ship. It's a no brainer. No tree. On this no brainer. It's a no brainer. Well, that's a no brainer. And I didn't know Bryanna. Oh, knock on what? Dr. Brian, there's a difference between yeah, not gone well. Thank you. Just a little crave and if I ever get my hands-on, you'll African volume and sound on a ring. If I can get my hands on my mom and polymer clay. I know come clean and come clean. Clean right now. Okay. Okay. I'll come clean. Clean peaches. Unfortunately, I have a lot on my plate today. A lot of my plate. So I have a lot on my plate to obviously have a lot of my plate. As a doctor, I have a lot of my plate. 1 a mass, but I'm a mess. 13. 111 i'm all eyes : The important and common phrase up this Barthes. Idea number 111 is, I'm all eyes. Eyes. Have you heard this? Lets understand the meaning. I'm all eyes means to watch someone or something with a lot of interests and with a lot of attention. And actually, we also have the expression on the EDM. I'm all ears. It means that I'm all listening to you. It's used Actually when you want to tell somebody that all my You have all my attention. Okay. I'm all eyes. Let me give you some examples. We are all i's as the celebrity guests. As the celebrity guests emerged from the car and other examples. The journalists were all eyes and ears. At the press conference. I was all highs waiting for my girlfriend to calm down the stairs. I was watching and waiting for her with a lot of interest. 14. 112 to have a lot in common : To have a lot in common. Edm number 112, very nice, useful and great phrase and expression. You can see these two friends, they have a lot in common, but what does it mean? But let's understand the meaning of the CDM. To have a lot in common with means to share the same interests or have similar characteristics. Okay, that's submitting GF two have a lot in common. For example, I myself have a lot in common with my Father. We are similar. Limping gave you some examples. I didn't think Tet and Jack had anything in common. But they talked all evening. That's a surprise because they don't have any similar characteristics. Bob and Mary have a lot in common. I can see why they like each other, or the two women had absolutely nothing in common. They always fight and argue. That's the meaning of this one. 15. 113 go dutch : A useful and essential idiom and expression of this bar to go Dutch number 113. So it's about money. We can see dollars in this picture. But what's a meaning gov, GO dutch? Let's see. Go dodge betweens two it query to share the cost of something spatially Emil, for each person in a pair or a group. So they should pay for himself or herself. So what do you want to share something you can't tell your friend? Let's go dodge. Examples. I don't want you to pay for my ticket. Okay. Let's go Dutch. Let's share the cost of the tickets. I don't want you to pay it. So we understand the meaning of this one. Other examples. Will you let me take you out tonight? As long as we go dodge. Whenever I go out to a restaurant with friends, Vigo Dutch, I think this is the best decision you'll make. You must share the money. You must not paid all yourself. 16. 114 eye catching : Adm number 114, eye catching. You can see that boy in this picture. He's catching eyes. But what's the meaning of this strange idea? Who knows? Let's see. So eye-catching means something that is very attractive or noticeable? Something that is visually attractive. Yes, that's eye catching. For example, when you see a beautiful car on the street, maybe you tell your friends, look at that car. This car is eye-catching, very attractive. Let me give you some examples. Each pot is designed and decorate it with eye catching designs. It means is decorated with eye catching and attractive designs. Perfect. The eye-catching girl was wearing wonderful flashy clothes. Everybody was looking at the eye catching poster or a poster that is very beautiful and very attractive. 17. 115 take your time : A useful idiom of this part 115 is take your time. When do we tell people to take their time? Dn0. Let's understand. Take our time set. I mean, that's you can spend as much time as you need in doing something or that you should slow down to tell someone not to Harry? Yes. So what do we want to tell somebody not to Harry, we come tell him or her to take your time less on those town this EDM in some examples. There is no hurry. Feel free. Please. Take your time. So it means that spend your time, you have as much time as you need. Don't worry. Other examples, bill is very careful and takes his time. So he won't, he will not make any mistakes. Take our time. If you're planning a big job. So I'm telling came not to Harry. 18. 116 go to bat for someone : A very confusing EDM for some people, and actually most of the students do not understand it. Go to bat for someone. Adm number 16116. Go to bat for someone. What does it mean? Ok, let's understand that. Meaning it's clear, it means to support someone when he actually when the person needs help. So we support someone when that person needs help and we should go to bat for him. We should help him. You can see the man is going for bat, going to bat for the cat. Okay. Let me give you some examples. The government will go to bat for companies, pay lots of taxes, okay, that government is supporting these companies. That's pretty clear. Other examples, I try to go to bat for a bill, but he said he didn't want any job. Any hope? She's one of my closest friends in the world. I'd go to bat for hair. And a day. It means I will support her any time and any day. 19. 117 touch guy : Tough guy. What's the meaning of tough guy? This is actually a word. I think we use it for strong people because you can see the picture of this person is very violent, tough guy. He's a strong man who can deal with difficult or violent situations. Yes. Like my brother, he's a tough guy. He faces lots of problems, but he can deal with them easily. Let me give you some examples. Whenever I face a fight, I call Ted to come and help me. He's really a tough guy. Yes, he's a strong man who can deal with this. Other examples. Everybody was tired, Sorry. Everybody was afraid of him. He was the only tough guy in our neighborhoods. After haunting the bear. He earned himself a reputation as a tough guy, strong man. 20. 118 kick one's heels : One of my favorites, stadiums here, kick ones healed, kick up someone's heels. What's the meaning of that? You can't see a bump. So group of happy children here. So it's related to happiness maybe. So kick up someone's heels. It means to do things that you enjoy. Have a lively, enjoyable time. So I'd like to kick up my heels tonight, guys and go out with my friends and enjoy myself and have a lot of fun. Yes. Let me give you some examples. In spring, people actually dash outdoors to kick up their heels and join in variate sports. They like to go out and have a lot of fun. After the exams, we kicked up our heels and had a really good party. Perfect. After work. Usually go out with friends and I kick up my hills. It means I do something that I enjoy. Enjoy my time. 21. 119 make a boo boo : Me, Kim boo, boo. That's a very funny maybe expression at EDM for you. It sounds funny, but let's understand what's the meaning of make boo, boo. Let's see. May care boo, boo means to make an error or mistake. So in this picture, I think the woman she had to made a boo, boo demand is very angry with her because she had to made an error or mistake. Okay, let me give you some examples. Airbus is really angry with her because she made a boo boo and did owns or the project on time. Okay. She made an error. That's a big mistake. Everybody makes a boo. Boo. Yes, everybody makes a mistake. Every now and then. I made a boo, boo and send a romantic message to my dad's. Oh, that's really embarrassing. I guess. 22. 120 voracious : 120. We have a very essential and very nice and practical word that's voracious. Voracious. What's the meaning of voracious? Okay, let's understand this. Voracious means a person that's very eager for something, especially a lot of food. This you can see the mom and this fixed her. I think he's a voracious eater. Sometimes I read books. Voraciously means with a lot of actually interest. Let me give you some examples. He has a voracious appetite. He eats whatever he finds, his refrigerator. So he eats a lot of foods. Okay. That's not good. That's not a good habit. He's a voracious reader. Like me. He's a voracious reader off hysterical novels. He reads a lot of them eagerly and quickly. My voracious friend had a terrible stomach after eating all the cakes? Yes. When you have a voracious appetite, that will happen to you. 23. Review in Movie 110 120: I'm all ears. I probably have a lot in common because you have a lot in common. Yeah. We have a lot in common. So we have a lot in common. We have a lot in common. Take your time. Take your time. Well, I'll go to bed for your honey. I went to bed for your tough guy. Thinks he's a tough guy. Who's a tough guy. He kicked my heels in. I didn't think we could just kick a by e. You kidding? I like to kick my healed up. I made a terrible mistake. Somebody made a boo-boo. I made a terrible mistake. Somebody made a boo-boo. I think my voracious reading came from a deep longing for something that was missing. But she was very gracious. Your mother was so proud of your operations, intellectual appetites. Matter of fact, he's been gracious. 24. 121 to make fortune : Idea number 121. So it's something about money to make her fortune, to make f. Horace Chun. What does it mean? Let's understand. To make her fortune. It means to make a small, Actually we can't say to make a small fortune. It means to make an, earn a great deal of money. So when you error in and get a lot of money, you can say, I made a fortune. But if you made a little money, you can't say I made a small fortune. Okay. That's great. Let me give you some examples. He had come from Chicago to make his fortune as a pop singer. Oh, that's perfect. The best. After finding a good job in that's company. Alex made a fortune. He made a lot of money. He got married to a rich girl and made a fortune. So he made a lot of money by getting married to that girl. 25. 122 on the go : A very useful phrase up this part on there go, expression 122. On the go. You can see this man, he's undergo. But what does mean? Let's understand the definition. Undergo means to be very busy or in the process of being produced. So if I say that I'm on the go, which means I'm very busy. Sometimes I have many classes, I have to go to many places. So they'd go let me give you some examples. I've been on the go all day and I'm really tired. I must go to bed and relax. Yes, I've been BZ super busy all of the day. Other examples. Did you know that she's a written a new book on the go? So undergo here means being ridden in the process of being produced. My dad, he's always on the go. He got no free time to spend with his family. And that's not very good because we should spend time with family. 26. 123 cool one's heels : Idiom number 123. Very useful, very practical, and very interesting. Cool someone's heels. Cool someone's heels. What does it mean? What's the connection between this picture? Let's see. Cool ones, hero. It means to wait or be kept waiting here. So this term originally meant to cool one's feet when the become hot from walking and began to be used. Ironically, a forced arrest. So cool, some honesty elements to wait or be kept waiting. Let me give you some examples. I've been cooling my heels in that doctors waiting. They're all for at least an hour. Okay. That's a very boring to wait for that much. All right. If you can't behave properly to sit down here, I'm cool. You are healed till I call you and cool my heels and wait for the results of my exam. So I'm impatient. 27. 124 top dog : The phrase Today I wanted each tube. He's about animals, about dark. Video number 124, top dog. What's a meeting? Go. Top doc. Let's see. Top doc is a person who has achieved a position of authority. Or we can say power, they're very high position. Or we can say a top dog, he's the winner of a competition, or bribe a lorry. And we kind of say Champion, so that somebody got the top doc, a very important person. So he was a top dog in this city. Everybody respect him because he's a very important person. Other examples. He was determined to be topped arc at this swimming meat. Okay. After my job promotion, I was that top dog. All of the clerks. Now at BMI. That means listen to me. 28. 125 road hog : Phrase number 125, a very essential phrase that most of you might not know it. This is a road, hog, row TOC, and Mohawk is a large peak that is kept for its meat. But what's happening gv are o at HOK road hog is a driver who is dangerous because they do not think about other drivers. So when we speak about some Carolus drivers that don't care about very careful about the dry being. We can use this phrase. Wrote Huck. Let me give you some examples. Logo that throwed hike deriving in the middle of the road and stopping other drivers from passing him. Such a careless driver that throwed hoc, nearly knocked the children over. Here, was driving too fast. Most of the road hogs will finally have an accident. That's definitely Carolus drivers will always point finally face and accidents. 29. 126 put sb on the pedestal : Put someone on a pedestal. What's the meaning of this EDM and phrase, put someone on a pedestal. Let's understand that meaning. You can see this guy is that pedestal. Put someone on the pedestal means to behave as if one person is more important than others. So this is the meaning of put someone on their head US TO, let me actually give you some examples and let's understand this EDM in some examples. Example number one. Professional athletes are often put on a pedestal and they forget that the fans pay their salaries. Yes. It's means that they are behaved as if they are more important than other people. They put the local doctor on a pedestal. Seldom questioning is word of his authority. We put athletes and movie stars on a pedestal. We make them as if they are very, very important. 30. 127 bury the hatchet : Bury the hatchet, EDM number 127, Various full, very common and very practical. What someone in Gf bury their hatchet. In other hats. It, it's a kind of acts and you know, the meaning of Barry to put something under ground. But what's a meaning? Gf bury the hatchet means to stop an argument and become friends again. So that's a meaning golf bury the hatchet. We should always stop the argument and become friends. We should always buried the hatchet. Okay, let me give you some examples. Kant YouTube. Just bury the hatchet. You must love each other. Yes. You must bury the hatchet and be friends with each other. Don't fly. Let me give you some other examples. The two contraries decided to stop the war and bury the hatchet. The two teammates hope to bury the hatchet long enough to win the championship. That's a very good decision. They must stop arguing. Candidate, become friends. 31. 128 zip your lips : Median number 128, which is a little bit impolite and informal, is zip your lip. Zip here lip. And the meaning of this EDM is clear and everybody knows it. So Zip Lip, which means Be quiet, close your mouth and be quite or we can't say Keep your mouth shot. Don't see anything. Usually because it's a secret. Yeah. So when you want to tell a person not to reveal uncover the secret, we can tell him or her to zip your mouth or let let me give you some examples. I want to to zip your mouth. Don't speak about this subject. I don't want anyone to know what other examples. Why don't choose zip. Year-old lip. I am tired of being nagged all morning. She's zipped her lip. And 18 yes. Or lake as it was pointless saying anything. She just stayed quiet. Sounds she didn't see anything. 32. 129 to ditch someone : I have a very good ADM to teach you today. Edm number 129. To teach somebody, we can use this EDM and expression interrelationships on connections to ditch somebody. What does it mean? So to ditch somebody? It means to break plans with someone without telling them. So when you break the plans, Can you don't tell that person about that plan? Tell him or her anything. So actually our ditching Kim or your teaching her, let me give you some examples. Literally is mapped out her boyfriend because he was always teaching her to meet its frames. Such a bat. Boy. Let's understand other examples. I was supposed to meet my friends to see dark night last night, but they ditched me. So mad. I realized that's my girlfriend ditched me. I really became angry and decided to break up with her. 33. 130 henpecked husband : 130. I think most of you guys have heard this phrase and this word, hand-picked husband. Who do you call a hand-picked husband? Look at this picture and you will understand. A hand-picked man is controlled by and a little frightened of a woman, especially his wife. So in this picture you can see the man is hand-picked and he's always listening to his wife. And he does care Degas. Okay. Let me give you some example to clarify this point. Jack does whatever Hawaii says. He's such a hand-picked husband. Yes. It's controlled. His wife is always controlling him. He loves to wash the dishes and helps her wife, sorry, his wife. But it's friend made fun of him and called him and picked husband. The hand-picked husband always came on time in order to keep his wife call. 34. Review in Movie 120 130: To make a fortune, I'd make a fortune. Going to make a fortune. Going to make a fortune selling. Make a fortune. Maybe if you cool your heels in a jail cell for a few. First, I let you Julio eels in the cells. Let's have a coffee. So you may be top dog, top DO. Every top dog is different because every time I am still topped up, relaxing, I'm topped out. Cleveland. You're number one on my dog list. Top dog. Road, hog, its promise road hockey, thanks, fields. It's time we bury the hatchet. Just to bury the hatchet. Whatever the acid. Alright. Let's officially, I went to bury the hatchet. I'd like to bury the hatchet. We bury the hatchet. You bury the hatchet with you did give me one more time. You're about to become a hand packed, beaten down, shallower man. So you, him Peck husbands are all aligned like that. Even the natives are handbag. 35. 131 bury the head in the sand : Bury their heads in the sand. Idiom 131. I love this one. So what happens when you bury your head in the sound as you can see this person in this picture. So when you bury your head in this sound, it means to ignore or hide from obvious signs of danger. Or we can say to refuse to think about unpleasant facts, although they will have an influence on your situation. So this is a meaning golf barrier head of Barry, someone's head in the sound. Let's understand it in examples. You've got to face facts here. You can't just bury your head in the sand. So you should not ignore the obvious signs of danger. Stop burying your head in the sand. Look at this statistics on smoking and cancer. I can't bury my head in and and ignore the fact that you cheated on me. That's a very impolite Iraq action. 36. 132 eager beaver: Useful phrase for this bar, it's 132 Eager Beaver. What's the meaning of Eager Beaver? I think this girl, she said Eager Beaver, but what does it mean? Let's see. So eager beaver, he's a person who is willing to work very hard. Or we can say, one who is industrious. Industrious means hot working and enthusiastic. Enthusiastic means a person who is very interested. The person who has a strong something. Okay, let's actually understand this in some examples. Gave that big project to the new girl. She's a real Eager Beaver, which means She's willing to work very hard. She's industrious. Other examples, the young assistant gets to work very early. Xi's are real Eager Beaver. One of my classmates is a real Eager Beaver. It means that he's Berry industry AS enthusiastic, jealous of him. 37. 133 until the cows come home : We have a very interesting and nice EDM, and that is until the cows come home. Have you heard this one? Till the cows come home? What does it mean? Let see. So it's very easy until the cows come home, means for a very long time, I'll till the cows come home. So I practiced English yesterday on til the cows came home, which means for a very long time. Let me give you some examples. We could talk about this problem till the cows come home, but it wouldn't solve anything. Yes, we can talk for a very long time, but there is no result. Other examples and you can, you can die it until the cows come home. Actually, if you want to lose weight, you kinda small car until the cows come home. But you must take care of your health. Because if you smoke for a very long time, you might get sick. And that's problematic. 38. 134 worn out : So in this part we have an EDM or we can call it phrasal verb, worn out. Worn out. So you can see this guy is working with an old computer. Well, what's the meaning of warm out? Let's see. Worn-out is something that is something that is worn-out, can no longer be used because it is so old bar because it has been damaged by continue to use. So when we speak about something old and out of fashion, we can say worn-out. Example number one. My computer is war now. I am must change it. And by then you'll want yes, Mike can be damaged by continued to use old. My jeans are almost worn out because I warn them so much. I'm worn out. I've been working for for 14 hours, I guess. I must go to bet. So here I'm more announce me and as I'm very tired and exhausted. So it has other meanings to 39. 135 drag one's feet : Idea number 135, a very good one. Drag some mom's feet. What happens if somebody two ranks? He's our her feet. We'll see, let's understand this. If you drag your feet, it means to do something slowly. Actually, because you don't You do not want to do it. So if somebody drives her or his feed, it means that they are doing something very slowly, actually because they don't want to do it. Okay, let's use it in different examples. He knows he should make head decision, but but he's dragging his feet is working very slowly because he doesn't wanna do it. Okay, let's understand other examples. Stop dragging your feet. Go to the main point and tell me why you came late home. Yes. If you keep dragging their feet, you will miss the flight and you will have to stay here. So please don't do it very slowly. 40. 136 keep one's feet : Keep someone's words, keep some on words. What's the meaning of this sentence makes portion on EDM. You can see the shake hound and agreement in this picture are, but let's understand the exact meaning of this phrase. So keep someone's words and it means to do one has promised. So when you promise someone to do something for him or her, actually, you are keeping your words and we should always keep wards. We should always keep outwards. Okay, let's understand it in some examples. I told her I'd be there to pick her up. Okay. And I intend to keep my words means I want to I don't want to break promise. Keeping one's wart is necessary and the legal profession. Exactly. I completely agree. Next one, he he's someone who keeps his word. You can rely on him. He's the one that will never break promises. That's good. 41. 137 bookwarm: Book were a word 137. Well, that's I mean in GV, both worm doesn't mean a worm that eat spoke funny. No. Actually, bookworm is a person who reads a lot of books and enjoys reading a lot of books. Like for example, at home. My father, he's a bookworm. Hey, reads a lots of books. And he enjoys and reading books because he's a teacher and he must read many books. Let me give you some examples. She was always ebook war. When she was a calves the child. She read many books and she enjoyed reading lots of books. Could for her. Other examples. Come on, let's go out. You are such a book War. Few must enjoy your free time. But all you do is a reading books. The book Warren was the top student in class. And I was jealous of him because he read many books. He was very clever student. 42. 138 to be an old hand : A very practical and useful idiom of this parts, ADM number 138 is to be an old hand. So what's the meaning of to be an old hands? You can see the guys are repairing a car. But what does it mean? To be an old hand? Someone who is very experienced and skilled in a particular area of activity. So it can say that guy has an old and and he can fix or repair cars. Let me give you some examples. I've been a bus driver for seven years. So I'm an old hand at this. So it means that he has of experiences about repairing cars. Okay. If you have any questions, ask Andrea. She's done this job before and she's an old hand at filing. Ok. He's an old hand at the game. Has been playing for ten years. That's a very long experience. 43. 139 runny nose : Ronnie knows 139. This important actually phrase that some students do not understand how to use them. Or runny nose. When do we say I? A runny nose or eye, nose actually is the EDM that Americans use to describe what happens when your nose runs. That is, when the liquid comes out off your nose because of a cold. Allergy are crying. So in these situations, we say that I have a runny nose. Let me give you some examples. I've got a runny nose. I must go to Dr. It's been five days and I'm still sick. Yes. You should definitely go to the doctor. After a skiing, I had a terrible runny nose. I guess I got a cold. I must relax. My allergy will never finish. A runny nose. It's driving me crazy to means or on in Alice is moving on my nerve and it's making me very angry. 44. 140 that's news to me : A very interesting idiom up this part 140 is, Vance knows to me, That's news to me. What does it mean? Happy heard before. Let's understand it. That's knows to me means I did not know that I had not being uniformed off that when something happens. And you have no information about that. You can say, That's news to me. Okay. Let me give you some examples. O sorrow and Marshall got married. A lot of surprise. That's news to me. I didn't know that. I have no information about that. Other examples. Ego except that in that university. Are you sure? Are you serious? That's news to me. I'm so happy for you. And he told you he did a lot of cooking, didi? Well, that's news to me. Means that I had not been informed of that. 45. Review in Movie 130 140: Just barely hadn't same axon Potnia Moscowitz lives right there. You hadn't sent bury our heads in sand. Bury my head in the sand. So exercise some god damn discretion and bury your head in the sand. We're an eager beaver. Eagle. Fluids. Bva, time. Veterinary school. Asks, Can you give me Hello, slow down beaker B. Until the cows come home. Until the cows come home. You can double reverse Dogme until the cows come home, till the cows come home. I'll drag my feet. He doesn't complain or drag is V over just drag is faith. Have a good day. Hey book where? Finally, Giorgio rate and not vet school book worm. Runny nose, sore throat. Runny nose is runny nose with a runny nose and a bad back. Looks like you guys already know. Then when let's do some loose domain. Wow, that's news to me. 46. 141 to have a heart of gold : Okay, I use this idiom all of the time, my speech, because I love it and you must love it too, because it's interesting to have a heart of gold. Yes, to have a heart of gold sometimes I say to have a heart of silver. Okay, what does it mean? To have a heart of gold means to be very kind, generous. Or we can say to be extremly, kind and helpful. You can't see that guy in this picture. He's been very kind and I think he has a heart of gold. Okay, let's understand some examples. Jag has a har, it's off gold. He always helps the poor people. Will have no money. Okay. He's very kind and generous. She'll do anything for anyone. She's got a heart of gold. My brother has a heart of gold. Heat all ways helps me do my hallmark is such a kind, unhelpful person. Good for you. You have such a good brother. 47. 142 go to the point : 140 to get to the point. Get to the point. A very nice is for Lydia. And here Master yields this ADME or speech to be more professional. So get to the point. It means to get to the most important part or topic. Sometimes we can't say, get to the heart of the point. Which means also to go to the most, most important parts of the topic. Or to go to the main point. Ok, we understand this. Let's understand it in some examples. Son, your mother, and I love you very much. And we will want Shou To know that will always take care of you. But let me go to the point. We are getting divorce and that's a big tragedy. So the father, he went to the point. Next one, after a long speech. The President got to the point and told the people that the country will face a war. He went and he got to the most important part of the topic. 48. 143 get out of the bed: So we have a very interesting ADM and this lesson, 143. And that is to get out of bed on the wrong side. What's I mean enough to get out of the bet on the wrong side. Actually, this is a very bad condition. It means to be in a bad mood and to be easily annoyed all day. So I think we should not talk to those people who get up, get out of bed on the wrong side because they easily annoyed and become angry. Maybe. Let's understand it in examples. What's the matter with you? Did you gets out of bed on the wrong side up something? Why are you angry? Yeah. Other examples. I got up on the wrong side of bed yesterday. So I was really in a bad mode and I had a headache. Whenever he gets out of bed on the wrong sides, stars nagging. 49. 144 barking up the wrong tree: Pdm number 144, barking up the wrong tree. Barking up the wrong tree. A very useful, very practical and common EDM used in many movies. I heard it many times everywhere. Barking up the wrong tree. It means to be a wrong about their reason or something, or the way to achieve and get something. So barking up the wrong tree, it means that you have a wrong idea and you have the wrong Greece. And to do something. Let me give you some examples and make it more clear for you. She thinks it will solve the problem. But I think she is barking up the wrong tree. I think she's wrong about this reason, about this idea. If think, I'll help you, cheat yard, definitely barking up the wrong tree. You think you can get married to that speed full girl. Oh man. You're barking up there on three. You have completely the wrong idea. 50. 145 to have a fish to fry : Okay, let's understand another useful idiom, 145. To have other fish to fry. To have other fish to fry. What does it mean? Let's understand it. To have something more important to do. So when I say other fish to fry means I have something more important to do. Or we can say to have a more important or more interesting things to do or to attend to. That's why we say, I have other fish to fry. Okay. Let's understand it in some examples. I hope the boss keeps this meeting shorts. We all have other fish to fry. We have very important things to do. I can't stay here. Wait for the show to start. Come on. I have other fish to fry. I can't go out with my friends. Actually. I must stay at home. I have other fish to fry. 51. 146 no offense : 146. When do we say no offense? No offense. What does it mean? Actually, we will understand the meaning of this one. No offense. It's used for telling someone that you hope that what you are saying will not disrespect or offend them. So if you want to be a little bit more polite with people, especially when you've say something harsh and bad, you should say No offense. Okay. Let's understand it in some examples. I'm not sure. You're the best person for this job. No offense, Charlie. So saying No offense because I'm hoping that what Tom seeing real not disrespect or a phantom. Other examples, no offense. I think you don't good memory. You easily forget names. Yeah, like me. And that's not good. Next, no iPhones. Your hairstyle is not nice. I guess he must change it. Yes. But some people do not accept criticism. Unfortunately. 52. 147 two fisted : A very useful word for this part, 147 a's to fist it. You can see this man is shouting and angry. But what's the relationship between him and this expression? Let's see. Two Fist. It is strong, tough, and vigorous. Or we can't say sometimes energetic or enthusiastic person. So when we speak about these people, we say they are to fist it. Let me give you some examples to make it more clear. To fest it. Drinking man couldn't control himself at the bar? Yes. Maybe because he's a little bit drawn. Drawn people cannot control themselves. That two-fifths did. Boy, could easily, when they're running arrays, that's very good for him. She's such a two-fifths that girl. She's really energetic and plays all the friend kinds of sports. Sounds like she's very enthusiastic. 53. 148 thumb your nose at : Okay, let's understand this. Adm 148. Thumb your nose at somebody. What happens? What do your thumb, your nose? Somebody. Let's say it's to show a lack of respect towards someone or something. So that's the meaning of somebody's nose at somebody. So we should never thumb our nose at people because I believe it's disrespectful and impolite. Okay, let's understand it in examples. The little boy farmed his nose at an old man. So his parents became angry and punished him. They did a good job. Other examples, most pedestrians thumb their noses at jaywalking claws. Don't thumb your nose at me. Unless you want to find, it means do not disrespect me. And being polite to me. 54. 149 i got your 6: We have a very interesting medium, but for some students, it's a little bit strange. This EDM 0s, I got your six. I got your six eighty and one hundred forty nine or we can say on backing you up or I've got your back. So if this is set, say that you support somebody. I got here six domains that supporting HW. Yes. I always tell my best friends that, don't worry. I got here six. It's means that I'm supporting them. Yes. Let me give you some examples. Don't worry about this problem. I got your six means. I'll help you solve it. Don't worry. I'm backing you up. My father always got my six. Whenever I fall in trouble. He supports me. I'm so proud of him. Makes one I got to your six buddy. There is nothing to worry about. I've got your back supporting you. 55. 150 act your age : A very useful idiom, very common. And we use it a lot. Ad 150, act your age. Act your age. Let's understand the meaning of this one. What does it mean? Actor age means to behave in a way suitable for someone, maybe as old as you are. Or we can say, in other words, behave more maturely. So we say act your age to those people who behave like children, maybe. And it's a little bit silly, Actually. Let me give you some examples. Come on. Stop speaking like that. You'll look silly. Act your age. Stop behaving like children. That's a childish behavior. You are watching cartoons. Come on man. Act your age. You are 39 years old. And he ours TO playing games. Come on, act your age. So this is a very useful EDM of this bars. And we understand it. 56. Review in Movie 140 150: She's got a heart, a solid gold, very bendy with a herd of gold. He had a heart of gold. I'm a problem solver and I have a heart of gold barking up the wrong tree file, and I can have around 3000. Then she's barking up the wrong tree, Roman tree. We have bigger fish to fry, bigger fish to fry. I got better fish to fry. We got bigger fish to fry. No sense. No offense. No offense. In fact, I attenuate why Ternary, I just age. I don't think you should ask your age.