biting windtoday” does not mean that the wind is going around chewing on people! In this lesson, I will introduce you to eight common idioms that use the word
bite. There are just eight examples in this lesson, as I didn’t want you to
bite off more than you could chew! So go ahead,
bite the bullet: watch the video, and take the quiz!
Hi Gill!! Thank you for share with us “a little bite” of your english expressions. It is so usefull!!
A very useful lesson. Thanks Gill.!
I like you so much!!!!!!!!!!
you are my best devoted teacher…
hello from east africa
I have listened your lesson with pleasure. Thank you Gill.
thnks mam for sharing such a good lesseon.
And of course “Another bites the dust”
Thanks a lot!! u’re a nice teacher! greetings from Italy:)
can i learned some italy .. because i need that>> thank u
I am learning english, actually I Can express my ideas in a corrrect way. this 8 expressions help me to comunicate with anothers guys from US, Canada…
10 out of 10
Thank you Gill.
THANK U ABOUT 50 !!
Thank you for the best lesson.I’ve just got 8/10.Hic..hic.I think I will listen your lesson again and try to do.
Thank you Gill…
Thanks a lot Gill!!
i want to speak online please please how to speak online with u
Very useful expressions, Gill. Thank you!
I learnt useful expressions today, some of which I am still
figuring out what the exact meaning is.
It’s very helpful.
Thank you so much for the experience
thank u LOL
Thanks to you, I learnt other idiomatic expressions so I sense my english language improve and I’ll be more clever for understanding the English native people. Thank you again. Have a good day.At Lyon, the weather is rainy and windy but not cold.
why I can’t see the video?
Our videos are all on Youtube, so if you are watching from China, they may be blocked.
Me too, i’m so sad
you can rent a VPN in china，so that watching the course on line can be feasible。
Me too, I saw this video on bilibili :)
Nice lesson. Very good teacher.
Great lesson Gill :)
Many thanks for these useful expressions with “bite”. :)
Hello Gill! Thanks so much for this useful lesson.
Ni teacher,thank you so much for this lesson that is as useful as all your lessons.
Thank you Jill, your lesson is good.
Thank you so much for the lesson. Can we use the expression “His bark is worse then his bite” in all situations, I mean will it be offensive to the one who is mentioned in the sentence when we talk about him like that.
Hi Ixora — thanks for your question. You’re right, the expression could cause offence if used in the wrong context/situation, so it has to be used with care. And it’s usually said about someone who isn’t there to hear it … ;-)
I got it. Thank you so much Gill.
This video is very….biting!
Thank you Gill. I’ve also found some useful expressions, such as: “If you can’t bite, don’t show your teeth” and “The biter is often bit”.
thanks for your useful video .
we learnt alot of new expressions .
lots of kisses
Thank u so much
Hi Gill! Thanks for teaching us these 8 bite expressions, it helps us to master our English.
Great lesson! thank you Mrs Gill!
Thanks Gill for this idioms lesson!
Due to your explanation, I did understand these idioms. Another idiom using bite: I was far from biting the dust in this subject because of your help.
Thanks Gill. I hope I don’t bite off more than I can chew in my work. Engvid is a good place to learn English idioms used in my daily life
thank alot .. Gill
its usiful to me
Thank you, I have to bite the english bullet
Thanks a lot madam. I’m Italian and your lessons are so useful.
May you please do a lesson about all the ways to express the future (with will, to be going to, present continuous, to be to).
Thank you very much!
it’s really nice and useful lesson, thank so much Gill
I could learn a lot from you.
Dear Gill! I jus want to say that you’re wonderful. I love you. I love your beautiful British accent I love listening to you. Your voice is like music to me.
Thank you, great class!
thank you. can you suggest other way available to the video.
I really enjoyed this lesson… very interesting for me.
Hi! Interesting lesson.
Thank you very murch.
Don’t take the test without watch the video before.
Thanks Gill, i learned a lot…
Thanks for the lesson.
Really a nice work you do with English. Also your pronunciation and accent
sound great and clear.
I have made some words about English. Would you like to see some of them?
Where can I send them?
Tks and all the best
THANK YOU SO MUCH GILL, YOUR LESSON IS SO GOOD FOR ME.
Thanks to your lesson eight different “bite words” meaning I understand.
8 of 10, not bad at all
This lesson is very nice! Thank you Gill !
In Brazil there is a similar expression for the sentence “I had to bite my tongue”, but with another meaning. We use the expression when somebody gossip about the life of a person and that fact happens with himself.
Thank you for this awesome lesson Gill.
It was funny.Thanks.
Thank you for the interesting and useful lesson.
Our neighbour Threatens us to call the police, but a barking dog never bite.
Hello, Gill! Thank you for the nice lesson! Learning a language is much more than knowing grammar rules, but we also have to understand idioms, slang and culture. And you are helping us in this field. Bye!
Hello, Gill! I really breathe your lessons! “His bark is worse than his bite.”
We have the similar expressions in our culture…
“His bark is worse than his bite.”
Cainele (the dog) care (which) latra (bark) nu musca (doesn’t bite)…
I really love your method in teaching
I understand better and remember your emotions easily that help me to remember expressions very well
this was fun I like gills lesson
Great lesson. Thanks.
hello plz give me good introduction skills for interview.
Thank you, Gill!
I really loved your class, excellent topic and always I learn somethin new, thanks
Regards from Mexico!!
Perfect lesson. thanks
Thanks Mam. I understand every word you said, very clear. I like the accent too
Really that was useful
Thank you so much, I love your accent, is so clear.
I hope you see the link – how to catch a bullet
Thank you for your lesson, its fantastic, i really love it
Thank you. It was very interesting lesson for me especially when I imagine it in pictures ☺. It helped me to remember these idioms.
Great lesson! Thank you very much! And, yes your accent is so clear!
Thanks ,,, I have got 6/10
thank you for your teaching.
Thank you, that’s such an useful lesson!!
I got 100.
Thank you for this lesson.
I appreciate your efforts to share with us these lessons.
wooow nice lesson i like idioms
great lesson thank you Gill
From Guatemala , thanks a lot, I love your accent!
It is very helpful. Thanks mam, keep teaching us.
Could you make one lesson of how to pronounce WORSE and WORST correctly ? sometimes It’s very confusing
I’m confuse. When do I use “bit ou bite”. What’s difference?
I really appreciated to be one of the student of EngVid and I feel lucky to come across teacher like you i really enjoy your teaching method. at the end i want to be online student if you would have time so let me know the pressures and rules .
thank you .
Usefull lesson.Thank you so much.8/10
Thank you. That is very interesting and useful lesson
Great lesson Gill, you are a fantastic teacher.
10 out of 10 not bad! thank you very much.
Thank you 7/10
useful expressions ^^ Thanks
thank you! Is there a somebody with whatsapp for practice english? My number is +56 9 90808917.
Dear Jill! Thank you so much for your wonderful lessons. I enjoy every bit of them. It gives me real pleasure to listen to you and add some more practical knowledge due to your lively and smart lessons. I wish you all the best and every success in your teachings.
Thank you so much.
Tank you so much for this lesson, with you Gill the english language is more easy to learn.
I got 9/10! Thanks for the lesson!
thank you so much for this lesson
You got 10 correct out of 10
it is me.
Gill thanks for your help, we love your lessons and we love you too, you’re so lovely.
Very interesting idioms
I had to bite my tongue
80 / 100 not bad , but i will try my best .
I always think your voice sounds superb.
thank Gill it is help me now
Why didn’t you mention the origin of the idiom ‘Bite the bullet’?
about the soldiers who bite the bullet to bear the pain
I wonder what may have originally been – ‘bite the billet’
Here is detailed and interesting – https://www.phrases.org.uk/meanings/bite-the-bullet.html
May i ask you something please?
Hi Gill, this is the video I used for the sound in my short film…
you can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for your wonderful lessons!!
10/10 ? Thanks Gill
great, thank you Gill. I love the british accent
I got 10/10. Thanks Gill.
10 out of 10 ????
I think for question no. 8, both “bite the lip” and “bite the tongue” work.