fishy, it means that it is suspicious. I will teach you the meaning of
which side your bread is buttered,
nice as pie,
not my cup of tea,
crying over spilt milk, and more. Native English speakers use these expressions regularly in conversation. So to get your
share of the cake, watch this lesson, do the quiz, and improve your understanding of everyday informal speech!
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I got 09. Thank you Gill.
I got 10/10. actually i really don’t understand everything. some idioms i can easily remmeber because in my native language also have the sentence is same, but some one haven’t in my language. example number six and number ten. they aren’t in my language. Thank Gill
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I really like the way you explain things. You give many details, which makes every expression easier to understand. Thanks!!!
Btw, do not forget to listen to the song “Gravy Train” by Mark Knopfler ;)
I got 10/10. thank you Gill!!!
Having a deep, long conversation is my cup of tea.
Thank you Gill!
You are as nice as pie.
Hi, I’d like to practice my speaking, is there anybody who would like to speak with me?
Thank you so much Gill! I really liked the way that you trying to teach :) You are as nice as pie! :)
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I got 8 out of 10, thank you so much and appreciate your support us always for our studying, and improving English,
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Thanks a lot I have got 10 out of 10 yeay
Pay attantion on question #2 in quiz, please. What is the differance between 1 and 2, 3 and 4, 5 and 6 answers?
Thank you!! I loved your pronuncition
8/10 thank you Gill
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thanks a lot! please continue teaching us, i understood everything you said!
Hi Gill, speaking of food. Recently I have been watching a lot of culinary videos on YouTube and came across many quantitative nouns, such as fleck of butter, pad of butter, pinch of salt, glug of oil. Would you perhaps consider making a video about these? Plus – it would be great to know which of these nouns can be used with just anything and which make firm collocations with certain products (such as: can ‘clove’ pertain to anything else than garlic?)
That’s a great idea! I’ve added it to the list of requests.
“Clove” has two meanings in English. A “clove” can be one of the pieces in a bulb of garlic (or a shallot). There is also a spice called “cloves”, used in baking, mulled wine, etc.
To the web developer behind this site: could you please gather all the replies somewhere within the user’s account? Just as the email notification contains a “Read reply” link, user could have all the replies collected in one place, sorted by date or grouped by video, or grouped by the teacher (even though the reply may come from someone else). This would make this site at least a bit friendly.
I will look into it, thank you for the suggestion!
Keeping my eyes peeled!
I got 7 ! I can’t believe it ! I like ur English course.
Gill, Thank you.
Thanks Gill, i got 10.
Thank you Ms. Gil for interesting explanation.
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I love this lesson, thanks
10/10 for this topic about idiomatic expressions
today is 17 Nov2021 (Hi, from Kazakhstan)
it is very interesting idioms for me
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I got 9/10,it’svery interesting????
Gill’s lessons are my cup of tea to learn English at this point in my life.
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