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Master English Expressions: Learn Many Common Expressions for Speaking

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55 Lessons (1h 31m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:10
    • 2. 51 Fall behind

      1:38
    • 3. 52 make a fuss

      1:38
    • 4. 53 that's no excuse

      1:38
    • 5. 54 fender bender

      1:38
    • 6. 55 stab sb in the back

      1:38
    • 7. 56 come down to earth

      1:38
    • 8. 57 nothing between the ears

      1:38
    • 9. 58 lay an egg

      1:38
    • 10. 59 feel like a million

      1:38
    • 11. 60 i wasn't born yesterday

      1:38
    • 12. Review in Movie 50 60

      1:55
    • 13. 61 peanut money

      1:38
    • 14. 62 run into

      1:38
    • 15. 63 i'll eat my hat

      1:37
    • 16. 64 sing like a bird

      1:37
    • 17. 65 black out

      1:37
    • 18. 66 on tip of my tongue

      1:37
    • 19. 67 time flies

      1:38
    • 20. 68 tie the knot

      1:38
    • 21. 69 sucks

      1:38
    • 22. 70 step on it

      1:38
    • 23. Review in Movie 60 70

      1:41
    • 24. 71 creep by

      1:38
    • 25. 72 pull sb's legg

      1:38
    • 26. 73 a pain in the neck

      1:41
    • 27. 75 off color jokes

      1:38
    • 28. 76 heart in the right place

      1:38
    • 29. 77 hush money

      1:38
    • 30. 78 chicken out

      1:38
    • 31. 79 fill sb's shoes

      1:38
    • 32. 80 cut it out

      1:38
    • 33. Movie 70 80

      2:00
    • 34. 81 to be off

      1:37
    • 35. 82 make up

      1:38
    • 36. 83 soak up

      1:38
    • 37. 84 make up for

      1:38
    • 38. 85 mistake for

      1:38
    • 39. 86 own up

      1:38
    • 40. 87 taken back

      1:38
    • 41. 88 break down

      1:38
    • 42. 89 hit below the belt

      1:38
    • 43. 90 get carried away

      1:38
    • 44. review in Movie 80 90

      2:02
    • 45. 91 make ends meet

      1:38
    • 46. 92 look down on

      1:38
    • 47. 93 drop off

      1:38
    • 48. 94 all nighter

      1:38
    • 49. 95 at the end of the rope

      1:38
    • 50. 96 basket case

      1:38
    • 51. 97 cold feet

      1:38
    • 52. 98 sell sb short

      1:40
    • 53. 99 go banana

      1:38
    • 54. 100 copycat

      1:38
    • 55. Review in Movie 90 100

      1:49
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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

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✪ Master's Degree in English Literature UK
✪ Englishvid Founder & CEO.
✪ TESOL and CELTA Holder, IELTS 9 Holder
✪ Cambridge Certified Tutor

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 : Evms are phrases, words, or expressions that are commonly used in everyday conversation by English native speakers. Guys learning the most well-known idioms can help make your English sound more fluent. Idioms are often a metaphorical and can make language more colorful. People usually use idioms to express something more clearly and more briefly. Edm serve as an image or as a mental picture. For example, let's think about this EDM. Let the cat out of the bag. If you guys let the cat out of the bag, you reveal a secret. Yes, you reveal a secret, guys, it's important to remember that Idioms are use when speaking informally. We don't usually use idioms in a formal language. So my dear friends and this class we will teach you 50 common useful English idioms with clear pictures and explanations. So guys, are you ready? Let's get started. 2. 51 Fall behind : We have a very important useful phrase for today, for this bar to fall behind. Number 51. What does it mean to fall behind? I think it's very clear the meaning of this phrase. To fall behind. It means to fail to do something fast enough. Or we can say fail to do something fast enough or on time and get behind. You can see in this picture the red person is falling behind, actually that black ones. Okay, let me give you some examples. He was ill for six weeks and fail behind with his schoolwork. Very triples. But that's not a good experience. Example. Number two, I've fallen behind on their mortgage payments II. Despite a strong performance in the beginning, it fell behind in this second half of that race. Finished last. 3. 52 make a fuss : Adm number 52, make a FOX. Oh, I don't like the people who make a fuss. Actually angry people make it for us. But what does mean, let's see. Make a fuss. A to show up, anger, worry, or sometimes excitement. That is unnecessary or greater than the situation deserves. Yes, that's the meaning of omega plus sometimes you're excited, worried, or angry. To make a fuss. Unnecessary reaction. Let me give you example number one. She may decorate. She made it, sorry she made such a fuss. When recharge spill the drop-off wine on her blouse. Oh, okay. Sounds good. I don't see you what the fuss is about. He seems like a fairly or dinner where you looking guy to me. She doesn't see her grand children very often. So she makes a fuss, a real foss of them. When she does. 4. 53 that's no excuse : The important EDM phrase of this part, number 53 is, that's no excuse. When do we say this? That's no excuse or recast. Say there is no excuse sometimes. So that's no excuse used for saying that someone should definitely do something. It is used for emphasizing that you think someone's behaviors very bad. And as I said, also, we say there is no excuse. Let me give you some examples. She only lives five minutes away. So there is really no excuse for Knox visiting her. Exactly. There is no excuse. Example number two, there is no excuse for her talking to you like that. Example number three says there is no excuse for not buying that car. This is a really nice, cheap car. I believe we must buy it. 5. 54 fender bender: Founder, Bandar fender-bender, look something up this helium 54. I think we use it in accidents, but what does it mean? Fender bender. You can't see the accident here. A fender bender or a road accident in which the vehicles involved are only slightly damaged. So that's why we say fender-bender, where it can say say collegium involving motor vehicles, that results in minor damage. Okay. Let me give you some examples here. Small fender bender tied up traffic. They express way for ours. What a fender-bender. Other examples. John was and no driver. So she was extremely upset when she had her first accident. Luckily, it was a fender bender and there was no real damage to either car involved. 6. 55 stab sb in the back: Adm number 55, skirt to death. Or we can't say scare somebody to death. You can see that woman who she's completely scared. She's scared to death. Let me actually explain this for you. Scare somebody to death or it's corrupted. Death means to Friday. Someone very much. Or to be afraid of something? Very much. Yes. Okay. Let me give you some examples here to make you understand it more. Example number one, David suddenly appear lacking ghosts in the doorway and scared me to death. That's a bad Guowei. Example number two on three. Thunder storms scares her death. She was various curves of thunderstorms. When I saw my dog speaking. Actually, I was Kurt, so deaf because it's very surprising to see it docks peaking up Taino. Some dogs speak. 7. 56 come down to earth: Calm down to bearers. Medium number 56. You can see this little girl's sleeping gets she's dreaming of a palace or a big house. I think she should come down to Earth. Let's understand the meaning of this idiom. Come down to Earth. It means to become realistic or to become alert to what is going on around one. So we should not think big. Sometimes we should come down to Earth and be realistic. Let me give you some examples. You have a fit of enthusiasm, John, but you must come down to the earth and nots possibly afford any of your suggestions. Yes. Example number 23. Come on. You cannot become the president of this country. Come down to earth. You'll want to get married to her. Calm down to earth, Bowie. It's impossible. You must be realistic. 8. 57 nothing between the ears : Nothing between the ears. Edm number 57. So what's a mini golf? Nothing between that. Here's the thing. This is the first time you hear such thing. Let's understand it. If you say someone has nothing between their ears, it means CR saying they are stupid, that they have no brain. So nothing between the ears. When we speak about the people who are crazy, stupid to have no brain. Example, number one, He's very good looking, but has absolutely nothing between the ears. I'm afraid. Yes. He's a little bit. Example number 23. I think TED has nothing between the ears. He accepted a job that pays him nothing. Some people have nothing between the ears. They believe whatever they hear. Yes, should never believe whatever we here because that's stupidity. 9. 58 lay an egg: The useful idiom of this bar, lay and a gay. Gideon number 58. So what's the meaning of land? As you can see, the hen, she has laid an egg in this picture. But what does it mean? Land ethic means to do something bad or poorly. Or we can say, in other words, Lynn NC means to perform poorly on stage. So we say lay, lay an egg when you do something poorly. Let me give you some examples here. The cast laid an egg in both performances, Okay. So I think they are losing their fame at a reputation here. Let me give you other examples. Carol really laid an egg last night when she forgot her illness. Sorry, what? She forgot her lines. They community theatre or laid an egg last night with the opening performance of death sales man. That's a big mistake. 10. 59 feel like a million : Today I wanted to share my favorite EDM in all. I use it all at the time. Idiom number 59 to feel like a million dollars. Yes. I always feel like a million dollars when I teach somebody something. What's a meeting? Golf feel like a million dollars. It means to look or feel extremely good. Often because you are wearing something that costs a lot of money. So that's why we say feel like a million dollars. That's a perfect feeling I have. I feel like a million dollars. Okay. Let me give you some examples. It'll look like $1 million in that dress, honey. It means that you look very, extremely good with that twists. Other examples. Quick, swim in the morning makes me feel like at Malian dollar to me is that it makes me feel perfect. What a beautiful day. It makes you feel like him, William? Sometimes we can remove the dollars. Yes. A good day makes me feel grades like in milliamp. 11. 60 i wasn't born yesterday : Okay, let's learn something. Very nice guys. Let's focus on this one. I wasn't born he SRA alien number 60. And I love this one. So when do we say I wasn't or yes. Survey? So we say I wasn't born yesterday. Something that you say in order to tell someone that a person is not stupid and cannot be easily deceived. So we say I wasn't born yesterday. To mean that we are experienced and nobody can deceive me. Let me give you some examples. You'd better think of a better excuse about that. Then. A my car. I wasn't born yesterday. Smells good. X you know, you cannot expect your mother to believe that she wasn't born yesterday? Exactly. Mothers are experienced. Don't lie to me. I wasn't born yesterday. Bone. It means don't deceive me. I'm not stupid. I know what are you speaking about? 12. Review in Movie 50 60: We cannot afford to fall behind. And affords involve a hot commodity in don't make a fuss. Don't make a vast make a phosphate. Just a little fender bender. I'm going about your little fender-bender. Sort of fender-bender, but the trash, come on, man, it's just a fender bender. A fender bender. This gives me that. Scared me to death. For me to death. You scared me to death. You scared Victorian at the cuny skew. Scared me to tap. Hey, that's great. Anybody lay an egg layer? Like a million-dollar? Feel like a $1 million. Feel like a million dollars. But I wasn't born yesterday. I wasn't born yesterday. And yesterday. I wasn't born yesterday. 13. 61 peanut money : The useful idiom of this part is peanuts money, ADM number 61. You guys know that meaning GF, Peanuts. It's a kind of very delicious. It's my favorite texturally. But let's understand the meaning of peanuts, money. So p-naught monies, something so small. It is not worth considering. Or we can say actually spatially and amount of money. So when we speak about a very small amount of money, we can say peanuts or money. Or we can say p naught. Let me give you some examples. They pay people peanuts in that organization. So they pay people a very small amount of money. That's not good. That may give you other examples. I had a few jobs. We're in college getting getting paid peanuts. But each was the only work I could find that fit in with my studies. I need arrays. I'm sick of steel working for peanuts. After three years, the pay me small amounts of money and that's not good. 14. 62 run into : Atm numbers 62, which is her on into something or somebody. You can see that right car here around into a tree. I guess. The meaning of this ADM is clear. Running to some or something means to meet someone, you know, when you are not expecting two. Or we can say to bump into someone or something. And actually we can use it when we are driving cars and we bomb into something. Let me give you some examples. Grom haranguing into someone he used to know at school the other day. So he met him. I think that's very good for him. X1, I ran into my CMS, Seventh Avenue and okay. Mary ran into the femmes. Emma scraped her actually, LBO. Okay. That's very poor. 15. 63 i'll eat my hat : Guys, have you heard this ETM? I'll eat my hat. Udl number 63. I'll eat my hat. What does it mean? Isn't it strange for you? That's somebody eats his or her hat? Actually, I'll eat my hat. It is, it is used that you are sure something will not happen. For example, maybe sometimes I say, I'll eat my hat if you can't remember all of these to hunger it. Ed Adams that I taught you. Yeah. Maybe that's not possible. Example number one, if she actually marries him, I'll eat my hat. So she believes that she will not get married to him like us. If Jill really joins the Army, I'll eat my hat screens that. Sure, that will not happen. If this car gives you any trouble. I'll eat my hat m. Okay. That's good. 16. 64 sing like a bird : Seeing black bird, EDM numbers 64. So what comes to your mind when you hear this EDM seeing like catbird? Let's understand the meaning. So Sing, like a bird means to uncover and tell secrets with little force. Or we can say to have a beautiful singing. Well, for example, I believe ADL, she sings like hipper. Yes. But let's listen to these examples. If you sink like a bird, I'm sure you'll be in prison and then there is no way out. So here seeing like a birth means to uncover till the cigarettes with a little force. Now, I want to sing like birds and tell me how Jack got married to her. Don't worry, you'll not be in trouble. Now, please. Sing neglect Bertha to uncover the secrets. 17. 65 black out : Blackout. This is a phrasal verb, or we can say a phrase, number 65, black out. So what happens when you blackouts? What happens every every Ways Black, yes. But let's see. They meaning go blackout if this short periods. When someone suddenly becomes conscience and lose control? Yes. For example, when you fall off a high place, sometimes you'll become unconscious and you blank out. Let me give you some examples. He can thrive because he suffers from black out. So he has a problem. Sometimes it becomes unconscious. Symbols control, I guess. Other examples, they knocked me around and I blacked out. When the accident happened. All of the people in that she blacked out. Suddenly, they became unconscious. 18. 66 on tip of my tongue : Tip off my tongue. This is a very common EDM and sentence used a lot in daily speech of American and English people. But what's a meaning? Tip of my tongue. If something that you want to say is on tip of your time, do you think you know it? And that you will be able to remember it very soon? Yes. For example, me, lots of things on tip of my tongue, but sometimes I cannot remember them. Let me give you some examples. Her name is on tip of my tongue, but I can't remember it. I guess. I need to think more. Guess nor Dr. remember it. Let me give you some other examples. John had the answer on the tip of his tongue. But Ted said it first. What was the name of that restaurant? It's a it's on tip off my time. But I cannot remember it. Maybe I should give it more thought. 19. 67 time flies : They useful and essential ADM up this party's time flies, ADM number 67. Do you think time can fly? How is that possible? But let us understand the meaning of this phrase and EDM. But time flies, it means and it's used to mean that time. This is surprisingly quickly. So when time moves fast, quickly and days and years pass very quickly, we can say, wow, Time flies. Yes. Okay, lets put this EDM into some examples. Time flies when you are having fun. Exactly, I completely agree with this. Sometimes when I'm having a lot of fun, I cannot feel that time. We can say time flies. Oh my god. We are almost at the end of this year. Time really flies. When I finish my homework, I realized that five hours passed. O time really flies. 20. 68 tie the knot : Ido number 68, Thai, then that's what happens when people they're not. You can see actual decouple the tied the knot, I guess. So the meaning of tide anatomy is to get married. Good. So this is very nice. Yeah, I want to tie the node's one day and get married and settled down, start to have family and children. But the problem is, I don't have a lot of money. Okay. Let me give you some examples. Tylenol. So when you are to where you are to going to tie the knot? Yes. It means when you are to going to married, maybe soon or maybe leaked. It depends on some matters. She's planning to tie the knot with her German boyfriends next June. Finally, they tied the knot and the star that the new, nice life, I wish the best for them. Everybody should tie the knot to one day. 21. 69 sucks : Okay, there are some words like socks, that some learners don't know the meaning of this. It's informal and it's used in many conversations and obese. Actually we say something socks. Actually if something or someone socks, that person or thing is bad or unpleasant. For example, you can see this picture. He's angry with his laptop and maybe probably he's saying that laptop. Sachs. Let me give you some example. This laptop is not working. It is phrased. Oh, it's psi x. So the person is angry and he's speaking about something that is unpleasant. While my brother was sick, I had to do all of his chores. And Itzhak this job has No or so eight psi x. It's not a it's not a pleasant, nice, good job. Yes. Maybe we should have you should find a better job. 22. 70 step on it : Atm numbers seventies, tap on it. Step that actually when you drive a car and your friend is in a hurry, he asks you to go faster. So maybe he tell you, step on it. So what's limiting golf? Tap on it? You have heard this actually EDM in many movies. Step on it. It is used to tell someone to drive faster or too hairy. So step on, it may suit dry faster. And to Harry. Okay, let me give you some examples. Come on, man. Could you step on it? I am relate. Yes. Please go faster. So we showed us it. I want to arrive on time. Other examples. We'd better step on it or we'll still be here. When they get back. You need to step on it and finish your project. Or your boss will become angry, so you must finish your project very fast. 23. Review in Movie 60 70: Don't you run into MATLAB and run it and that's fine. We run into trouble. We run into an ambulance. You black out. Never blackout. Takes me black. Darting a blackout. You know, it it's on the tip of my tongue. Right, right on the tip of my tongue. Mine do it with time flies, time flies. Time, flies. Time. Please. Anyone can tie a knot. The radio going to tie, the node's not supposed to tie or not. It's sucks. And it starts succeed stats. 24. 71 creep by : So, and this part on numbers have been two. U, one, I want to teach you something about creep. Creep by, what's a mini golf creep by, maybe eat something new to you and you haven't ever heard it. Well, let's understand. If time if time creeps by, it means that passes very slowly. So when time passes very slowly, and sometimes it's frustrating and boring, we say that time may be or that activity corrupts by. Okay, let me give you some examples. The minutes seemed to be creeping goodbye. It's really hard to stay. Here. Let's understand other examples. When I'm facing really difficult situation, it seems like everything's ripping by. Times creeping by. And I'm running out of patience. S time is just smoothing and passes very slowly. 25. 72 pull sb's legg : Adm number 72, a very common one, very useful. I myself used it a lot to my speech. Pool. Somebody's leg. Yes, it's not good to pool somebody's lake. But what does it mean? Let see, impose somebody's lake means to kit, to fool or trick someone to tell someone something that is not true as a way of joking with them. So you can see a little boy, he is pulling the beak boys link. The big boys, angry. Let me give you some examples. Oh boy. You don't mean that you're just pulling my leg. It means that you are just joking with me, right? That's not through. Okay. Let me give you some other examples. Don't believe him. His just pulling your leg. He's just making a joke. I never listened to him. He's not serious. And all. He's just pulling my leg. He is just joking with me. 26. 73 a pain in the neck : Idiom number 73, a pain in the neck. So when someone or something is the pain in the neck. So what does it mean? Let's understand. Someone or something that is very annoying. So something that always bothers you. So a pan, the neck means something that is and knowing gives you a bad feeling and something that always bothers you. You can't see in this picture, the man is a pain in the neck. Let me give you some examples. Getting boxes in and out of the of the attic is a real pain. Yeah, it's boring and tiring process to actually get them in on your little brother or raise a pain in the neck. He's making a lot of noise. Doing housework is really a pain in the neck. I can tolerate. It means that I can't stand it. It's very difficult. It's a pain in the neck. 27. 75 off color jokes : The useful idiom of this part is off-color jokes. Adm number 75. Off-color jokes. What does mean jokes with no color may be. Let us understand the meaning of this EDM. So off-color jokes, our jokes that are usually bad, and nots procreate. Off remarks, jokes, et cetera. So jokes, that's rude or offensive to some people sell. Now what? Now we understand the meaning of off-color jokes? What did you think of the award ceremony last night? I found the presenters jokes, a bits to off cotter. Not very appropriate. That wife was really angry with his husband. Cause that jokes he made at the Pardee where off-color. So it means that the jokes he just made where a little bit throat and offensive. That's why the wife is angry with him. 28. 76 heart in the right place: A practical and essential and a very nice EDM of this part. Bar 76 is heart in the right place. So what does it mean when you have a heart and the right place? Let's get it. So when we say that somebody has heart in the right place, it is used to say that someone has good intentions. Yes. Like my mother, she has heart in the right place. She always has good intentions. And these people are very popular and very nice. Let me give you some examples. He's an odd man. He's a strange man, ought mean strange, but his heart is in the right place. Means he has good intentions. Example number two. He isn't a good judge of other people, but his heart is and the right place. John's a bit annoying sometimes, but his heart's in the right place. 29. 77 hush money : A very useful idiom for this par se is hush money. Adm numbers 77. All of you guys mosques, andar stand this one. It's used a lot in many movies and conversations. So let's understand hush money. I think you can understand that meaning from the words themselves. Harsh and money. Posh means it will be quiet and money as money. So money that is given to someone to make them keep some things secret. So hush money is the money that you give to someone in order to make Him silent, quiet, and not to actually share this occurrence. Example number one, she claimed that the politician had offered her hush money to keep their child S secret. Bob gave his youngest sister harsh money so that she wouldn't tell Jane that he had gone to the movies with Sue. His assistant had been paid hush money to stop him from speaking to bet grass. 30. 78 chicken out : Edm number 78, chicken out. What's I mean engulf chicken out. We can see that chicken, this picture. So chicken out means to decide not to do something because you are too frightened. Or we can say you are too afraid. Yes. So when your chicken out, you decide not to do it because they are frightened. Actually cowards usually chicken out because they never have the guts. Example number one, I was going to go bungee jumping, but I chickened out. Maybe the last moment, he decided not to do it. He chickened out. Example number 23. Freddie chickened out of the plan. At the last moment, my friends dared me to jump into the pond, but I chickened out and climbed down from the tree. I decided not to do it because I was afraid. 31. 79 fill sb's shoes : Indian numbers 79, fill somebody's shoes are very common and useful. Adm, fail somebody's shoes. So what happens when you fail somebody's shoes? Let's see. Fail somebody's shoes means to do some months job or except some moms responsibilities? Yes. So sometimes I feel my brother's shoes. Actually, I take an eye except his responsibilities and cleaned the house. Let me give you some examples. The senator will step down this here. But two well-known Republicans, we are ready to fill his shoes. They will take his job and he's place. I don't know how we'll be able to do without, you know, long camped fail your shoes. It it'll be difficult to fail Jane's shoes. She did her job very well. Yes. She's a very responsible person. 32. 80 cut it out : Adm number 80, cut it out. This is a very common, useful, practical EDM and a phrase used in many movies and Benny conversations. Cut it out. So what does it mean? So cut it out means top doing that. Or we can say I'm talking or doing something, especially something that is bothering you or something that is and knowing and it's happening. So we can't say cut it out means stop doing it. Let me give you some examples. Cut it out to YouTube. I'm tired of listening to you argue. It's means that CO2 should stop doing that. And I'm tired of listening to other examples. His friends kept fooling around and he kept hoping they would cut it out. Yes. I'm sick of that joke. Cut it out. Can chew, Stop it. I don't want to listen to it anymore. 33. Movie 70 80: You are pulling my leg. My leg was someone was pulling your leg year? We had a painting or Nick. Real pain. Pain in the neck. I just had to feed them. A pain in the neck. Let's just call that in the clear blue sky. The clear blue sky. Blue. Out of the blue. It's not out of the blue. Car was in the right place. At the right place. In the right place. We didn't know right place. In the right place. Heartless in the right place. So much money, right? I knew you chickened out. Chicken out. I did not check it in. Nothing except chicken out. Who don't think I can feel my body? Parakeet. I can never feel your shoes. 34. 81 to be off : Expression number 81. By off. Have you heard this expression, guys? So when did we see something that is, let's understand the meaning of this expression. Be off food oiled, rotten, or past its prime. So we can say that food that might make you sick and he's not healthy. So these situations will say that food is off, which means spoiled. And Toronto. Let me give you some examples. This egg is off. I cannot eat it for breakfast because it's spoiled. It might make you sick. Actually. Let me give you other examples. This kit, this chicken is definitely off. It's tanks. Please throw it away. Teams don't eat it. That sandwich made me sick. I guess. It was maybe it was spoiled. It was not healthy at all. 35. 82 make up : The idiom of this parties make up, make up ADM number AD2. So what happens when two persons makeup lists understand the meaning of this one. Make up means to think up something or to make and tell a lie. Sometimes we should make up a story in order to actually get away with some activities or plants. Let me give you some examples. Jack was late for work, so he decided to make up an excuse. So he decided to make and tell a lie in order to avoid being plates. That's very clever of them. That's not true. You just made that up. Jack made up the story and told his teacher that he cut classes because his mother was sick. And that's a lie because her mother his mother is not sick. 36. 83 soak up : Soak up. This is a phrasal verb and our phrase, number 83, soak up. You can see that picture and you can understand the meaning of this. But let me give you a very exact explanation. Soak up. If dry material or substance soaks up a lake wet. Actually, it absorbs the liquids through eight surface where it can say to learn much information. This is another meaning, go soak up. Let me give you some examples. I tried to soak up most of the spilled milk with dish cloth. Okay. Let me give you other examples. Alice soaked this pill up with a sponge. I cannot soak information, pop as fast as I used to be able to. So here, so copy formation means to learn lot of deformation and put it in your mind. 37. 84 make up for : Make up for somebody or something. But we had an expression before. It was makeup, but that was different. Okay. And this one has a different meaning. What's I mean enough may cop w4 somebody or something to make that plays for something lost or damaged. Or we can say to compensate for something bad with something good. So sometimes it should make up four. You should compensate. So let me give you some examples. No amount of money can make up for that. If a child exactly, nothing can take the place of something lost like def. Other examples, this year's good harvest will make up for, last year is bad one. He bought me dinner to make cough for being so late. That day before. Yes. That's how you can actually makeup for being so late. 38. 85 mistake for : Mistake for 84. We make a lot of mistakes, but what's amazing GF mistake for? Let's understand it. Actually the meaning of mistake for mains to confuse someone or something with a different person or thing. So sometimes we confuse two things. And, and these kinds of situations. When do you are confused? You can say mistake for this. Understand this in some examples. The past off mistake is mistook. I mistook the rope for the snake. And I was really scared to death. Scared to death, which means I was extremely skirt. I often mistake her for her mother. On the phone. Please don't makes this idea up with that one. I mistook my book for yours. 39. 86 own up : Okay. Adm number 86. Let's understand this phrase, own up, own up. You can see in this picture, the girl is punishing this boy. But why? Let's see. One up means to admit. Or we can say confess, that you have done something wrong. So we say ONE up. When you admit that you have done something wrong and tell the truth about the mistakes that you have done. Okay, so let's understand this in some examples. I know you'll broke the window. Come on and own up to it means It's Tell me that you did it. Okay. Example number 23. If you want to be forgiven, you've got to own up to your mistakes. You must admit, confess your mistakes. No one has owned up to stealing their money. Yes. So everybody was just hiding this recurrence. 40. 87 taken back : B taken a bag, EDM number 87. What's the meaning of b? Take him a bag. It's a little bit string, so you can see an elephant and the man is a skirts. So what's a connection? So taken aback, it's means to be surprised and confused. Actually. Yes. For example, the smack down, he has seen an elephant in his house. So he was taken aback maybe who now lose. Let's understand this in some examples. When Mary told me the news, Iowa's taken at back for a moment, I was surprised and I was confused for what she has set. When I told my parents I was married, they were completely taken back back. Sorry. I asked him directly if he was looking for someone with my skills and I think he was kind of taken aback. It was confused, downed, surprised. 41. 88 break down : Breakdown, ADM number 88. Summing over this phrase, break to the amount of this fixture? As broken down, maybe. Yes. But what something go breakdown, let's see. Breakdown means to be unable to be unable to control your feelings and to start to cry. That's the meaning of breakdown. As I told you, the man has broken down, he's crying and he has lost controls. Okay. That's terrible. Let's understand it in some examples. When we gave her the bad news, actually sheep broke down and cried. Poor, she should not give her that. So in that way, maybe whenever she watches a romantic movie, she always breaks down. She cries out, loses control. The little boy started to break down when he fell off the bicycles. I think he must derive NL, He must ride the bicycle very carefully. 42. 89 hit below the belt : Hit below the belt, EDM number 89. So what's I mean in Gf hit below the belt. It's a little bit strange for you, isn't it? But let us understand the meaning. Hit below the belt means to deal someone unfair blow. Or we can say unfair treatment or behaviors. Yes. So we need to reach somebody in an unfair way. We can say that T are hitting him below the belt, which is a very impolite and her ONC action. Let me give you some examples. That's not fair. It told them I was the one who ordered the wrong size carpets. That's hitting me below the belt. That's an unfair treatment. My co-worker hit below the belt and stole the money and traveled outside of the country. Criminal. He hit below the belt and left, is poor friend all alone. That's very cruel of him. 43. 90 get carried away : This is one of my favorites, EDM. Actually, I use it a lot in my speech. It carried away ADM number 90. So what's a meaning? Go get carried away. Let's see. So to get carried away means to be so excited about something that you cannot control what you say or do. So sometimes we get carried away and we become very excited. And that's sometimes a negative point. I goes, let me give you some examples. There is far too much food. Afraid. I got carried away. And I cannot control myself because I'm very excited. She got carried away when he told her that he was going to get married to her. Hear Bill, take this money and go to the candy store. But don't get carried away. Don't become so excited. That's you cannot control yourself. 44. review in Movie 80 90: You have to make up a story like you to make up a story like that. Make up a story about how you single-handedly didn't make up such a story. You make up the story to me. I won't don't make up a star am going to make up for your actions. Sorry, won't make up for it. We'll make up for it tonight. They make up for it. Does this make up for frame was to make up for your problem. So in the phone up to bad behavior and on up to it, the man and own up to date. And to own up to your mistakes. Citizen, we're going to own up to it was a little taken aback. To my surprise, he was distinctly taken the bat. I was kind of taken aback. You've seen a bit taken aback? Well, she broke down and cried. I broke down. Hello. Block head. Now that's it. And below the belt, not always above, never below Cassius Clay never hit below the belt. I get carried away. Let's not get carried away. You'll get carried away again. 45. 91 make ends meet: A useful EDM up this part's ADM number 91 is make ends meet. What's the meaning of make ends meet? It's about money, isn't it? Yes, but what does it mean? Let see, make ends meet. It's means to have justice, enough money to pay for the things that you need? Yes. Especially these days because of financial problems. Some people, it's difficult for them to make ends meet, to make enough money to live and pay for something they need. Let me give you some examples. It's really difficult to make ends meet these days. Every things really expensive. Yes. To make a little money. I have to work two jobs to make ends meet, to make enough money. Through better budgeting. I am learning to make both ends means two means. We can make, we can have enough money to pay for things that we need by a little control. 46. 92 look down on : Look down, somebody. Looked down on somebody or maybe something. Idiom number 92. What's emitting Gulf to look down on somebody or something? Let's see. Look down on somebody or something. It's means to think that you are better than someone. That's a little bit selfish to think that you are better than sum. So it's selfish to look down on somebody. That's not actually good. Let's learn this ADM is some examples. A lot of people look down on us because we are homeless. She says, Oh, selfish people. She thinks they look down on her because she doesn't have a job? Yes. As I said, selfish people usually look down on others and they think they are better than other people. 47. 93 drop off: Adm number 93, drop off. Drop-off. Okay. You can see the this boy is sleeping. So he's dropping off maybe, but it does mean there's been sleeping. I don't know. Let's see. Drop-off means to yes, means to go to sleep without difficulty, to fall asleep. So we can understand that this boy has dropped off. He has fallen asleep. I myself usually drop off when I stay for aligning time. Sit on their couch and watch TV. Example number one. I sat in the warm room for five minutes and then I dropped off to sleep. Tweens to go to sleep without any difficulty. After I have eaten dinner. I can drop off with no trouble at all. I must have dropped off during this show because I don't remember how it ended. 48. 94 all nighter : All night or EDM number 94. All night or so. Base person. He's all night or maybe But what does it mean? Does it mean to stay at night? To stay up late to maybe I think, let's see. Online TR is a time when you spend all night studying spatially for an exam? Yes. So he's all night or spending a lot of time at night studying because maybe he has a very difficult exam. Let's put it in some examples. I pulled, sometimes we use the verb I pulled I pulled an all night or last night. I had a really hard exam. I had to study and read books. Next one. Jeff, tool than all nighter on Thursday, get his report finished for a work by that deadline today. So I don't think he'll be coming out with us tonight. He has to deliver the project. That's it. 49. 95 at the end of the rope : A very useful and practical idea of this parts 95 is at the end of your rope. So at the end of somebody's are OK. What's the meaning of this EDM? Let's understand. So if somebody is at the end of his or her rope, means to be so tired, worried, or annoyed by something that you feel unable to deal with it anymore. So in these situations, we say that we are at the end of our rope. For example, after a day with four screaming kids. I add, and my row just means that I'm so annoyed. I feel unable to deal with it. I am at the end of my rope. I just cannot go on this way. Yes. I have no money. Really. At the end of my array. Oh, I'm so tired than worried. Am I cannot deal with it. I am at the end of my rope. 50. 96 basket case : A useful phrase, phrase 96, he is a basket case. A basket case. We know the meaning of baskets and we know the meaning of case. What, what's a meaning? Go basket case. Let's understand. Someone, basket cases, someone who's extremely nervous or anxious. And these are therefore unable to organize their life. Or we can say a country or a company that is very on successful financially. So that's why we say a basket case. Let me give you some examples. By the end of the course. I was a complete basket course. Basket case, sorry. So baskets case here means I was maybe very nervous and anxious. Next. Sarah was so nervous on her first day of high school that she burst into tears after walking into the wrong classroom. Her classmates looked at her like she was complete basket case. 51. 97 cold feet : Adm number 97, cold feet. What does it mean in golf cold feet or to have cold feet? Let's understand it. What can you guess? Cold feet. So it means to subtly become too frightened to do something you had planned to do. Especially something important, such as getting married. So before we do something very important, sometimes we become to skirt fried end. And this situation we say we have cold feet. Let's understand it in some examples. After arranging to meet, I got called feeds and I phoned her saying I was BZ. And that's really bad. I don't know why. I always get cold feet before an exam. I cannot really control myself. When it was my turn to speak in front of everybody, I got cold feet. Four, got every thing. That's a terrible event. 52. 98 sell sb short : Cells, somebody short. A very nice and great EDM. So what's the meaning of to sell somebody? Sure, I think we should never sell people short. Let's see. To sell somebody short mains, two values, some on too little. Or we can't say under estimate, some on or something or to fail to see the good qualities of someone or something. So that's the meaning of to sell. Somebody short, to value someone too little. Example, number one, don't sell this boy short. He's a great basket. All layer. Yes. Don't underestimate him. Example number 23. When you say that John isn't interested in music, ER, selling came shorts. The Gino's, he plays the violin quite well. It's a mistake to sell your audience shorts. They are more intelligence than you think. They are. 53. 99 go banana : Edm number 99, go banana, go banana, or go bananas. So what's the meaning of go bananas? Actually, what's the connection between this angry person and banana? Let's see. So go banana house means to become extremly and very angry or excide at or to become very silly sometimes. So, sometimes I lose my control and I go bananas, but I must control myself. Okay? Example number one. I just went bananas when she told me she wanted to move out. Okay. I became extremely and very angry because I didn't want her to move. Ur and he are going out in this weather. Come on. You must be bananas, maize, You must be crazy. Our silly. She'll go bananas. When do you tell her the news? Maybe she will be very excited or maybe she will be very angry. 54. 100 copycat : A very nice and interesting phrase, or worked for today. Number 100 is copy cat, copycats. So what's the meaning of copycats? Let's see. Copycats spatially in children's use. It's a person who copies and not others. Behavior, maybe dress or ideas. So we can say also done or made to be very similar to something else. That's the meaning of copy cat. The Sandra setting is some examples. Jack, basic copycat. I hate him. When he walks. Exactly like me, is trying to be similar to me actually. The market. You can buy affordable copycats, various of expensive perfumes. She asked her stylist to copy cat the hairstyle from them Magazine. She wants to have this similar hairstyle. 55. Review in Movie 90 100: Well, I can't make ends meet. I was struggling to make ends meet. Ultimately, they were able to make ends meet. Make ends meet. I'm on food stamps, an all nighter that I can still pull in all my adding. You may have to pull an all nighter. We pull on and on lighter and lighter. At the end of my rope that the end of a rope met the enemy row. I was at the end of my morale, was at the end of my rope. The girl was a basket case, Adele. But she's such a basket case because you're a professional basket case. Since I'm a basket case here, a basket case. Sum up, Grady, I'm getting cold feet. Get cold feet. Sometimes man, just give cold feed and starting to get cold feet. You're getting cold feet. You really think you might get cold feed yourself short. Sell yourself. Short. Didn't never saw you should weigh yourself summer you that don't sell your data.