Don’t count your chickens before they’re hatched;
Don’t bite off more than you can chew;
Don’t judge a book by its cover, and more. Notice they all start with
“don’t”? You may have similar sayings in your own language. Watch and let me know in the comments!
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Giving thanks is the beginning of great wisdom. Giving thanks disavows both ignorance and arrogance.
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thank you for this excellent, beautiful and useful lesson.
Our version of the English idiom DON´T COUNT YOUR CHICKENS BEVORE THEY´RE HUTCHED is this :
DON´T SHOUT “HOP” TILL YOU DON´T JUMP OVER.
Our analogue is “Chickens should be counted in autumn”.
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These six common English expressions were a little bit tricky for me. Everything is clear now
Thanks a lot. these leassons was very important in our dayly life.
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10 :). Thank you Ms. Rebecca.
Don’t judge a book by its cover. In French we’d say : “L’habit ne fait pas le moine”, “The clothes don’t make the monk”. Merci Teacher Rebecca for your excellent lessons. Antoine.
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We have almost the same proverbs in Russian and Ukrainian languages as well/ But some of them are a little bit different/ For example, Seven cooks spoil the broth. But in Russian “SEVEN babysitters spoil the baby”
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Thanks for your interesting video. :-)
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Don’t count your chickens before they’re hatched. In spanish we say “Don’t sell the bear’s skin before you hunt it.
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For “don’t count your chickens before they’re hatched” we usually use “don’t sell the bear’s skin before you’ve caught it”
These 6 proverbs are quite useful for me ,thanks a lot.
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this teacher are so understood thank you
Interesting 👍🥰 I liked
I got 10 correct out of 10,it is useful.
10for10 thats great
Thank you very much. It is very useful.
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Thank you for the class, Rebecca!! In Brazil we have a lot of these proverbs, it’s very similar :)
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