10 English Expressions You Should Use Every Day

By watching this video lesson, you will learn 10 real English sentences that you can use in everyday life.

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10 English Expressions

  1. “BEND THE RULES”
    • Meaning: To not be strict or exact about following a rule
  2. “WORD-OF-MOUTH”
    • Meaning: Given or done by people talking about something or telling people about something
  3. “TO DOZE OFF”
    • Meaning: To fall asleep especially for a short period of time
  4. “MAKE A FIRST IMPRESSION”
    • Meaning: To have or create a strong impact on someone, whether good or bad
  5. “GET A FEEL FOR SOMETHING”
    • Meaning: To develop a good knowledge or understanding of something
  6. “SOMETHING SPEAKS FOR ITSELF”
    • Meaning: Something is clearly so good or effective that no additional argument about it is necessary
  7. “WING IT”
    • Meaning: To do or try to do something without much practice or preparation
  8. “MORAL OF THE STORY”
    • Meaning: The main message of the story; what the story is really about
  9. “RUBBING OFF ON SOMEONE”
    • Meaning: To have one’s characteristics, mannerisms, or behavior be adopted by someone with whom one has spent a lot of time
  10. “DROP EVERYTHING FOR SOMEONE/SOMETHING”
    • Meaning: To stop one’s current activity to tend to someone or something else
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