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Keuay Chanthangone (1 день назад)
Thanks for sharing those awesome slang phrases. I look forward to seeing more from you
Abu Bakr (1 день назад)
can u elaborate more abt the idiom of "give the benefit of the doubt"
bacon and puppy lover (4 дня назад)
Thank you
Akash Menkar (6 дней назад)
Thanks marina You are really helping me to improve English. Keep it up !!!
beliy pion (6 дней назад)
I don't know why, but I hardly understand non-native speakers. May be because of their accent and hyper fast speech, this merging is hard to my ear.
Amol Tivarekar (7 дней назад)
Really enjoyed , some I knew and some it's new for me, amazing job.......... And you really look like a million dollar :) Excellent Marina
Amar Dhull AD (7 дней назад)
You also look like a millions of dollars
Анатолий Федоренко (7 дней назад)
Unmesh Kumar (7 дней назад)
You are so cool that I developed a crush on you.Thanks for your help,it really helped me.
Anwar Afridi (7 дней назад)
Great job but pls tryvto give 3 examples of each video as a conversation to understand it very well.
Abdul Fatao (8 дней назад)
Studies is unlimited That's my favorite thing
Balaji K (8 дней назад)
that was super useful...thanks a lot
Edna Ribeiro (9 дней назад)
I loved your video. Congrats! Keep up the good work.
Gaius Caligula (9 дней назад)
I bit off more than I can chew and nearly choked on a piece of steak in the restaurant
Jesus García (9 дней назад)
I guarantee you I´ll memorazing these 25 idioms.... From Nicaragua I am going step by step with your help! thanks a lot !
Norman Inconnu (10 дней назад)
To let the cat out of the bag. To buy a pig in a poke. Pigs might fly. You can put lipstick on a pig but it's still a pig. To. make a silk purse out of a sow's ear. Don't cast your pearls before swine.
Adem Gashi (10 дней назад)
Some idioms; Building castles in the air; its raining cats & dogs; Dont count the chickens before they hatch; On the ball; On the same boat;
Rahim Mottammal (10 дней назад)
Feel very happy-simply class but more useful. Thank u.
David Brainard (10 дней назад)
It's really helpful to move on to next level in English... Thanks a lot
Prudhvi Biruda (11 дней назад)
You sang good there
AMJAD MURTUZA ALI (11 дней назад)
How to by heart all the important words and idioms faster and sooner. Give solution for it.
Will Molter (11 дней назад)
Native American speaker here - fun video - one correction. "Get it out of your system" is typically used for a mistake. Like, missing a shot before a sports game and saying "glad i got that out of my system"
matu mort (11 дней назад)
This is the video where you smile the less, it’s a little wierd. 😂
Daryl Samsenn (11 дней назад)
thanks marina for this video. the idiom i like and i'm going to use even if it's totally crazy is : bite off more than you can chew! lol so dope! thanks
Anna Lapshina (11 дней назад)
thanks for the lesson! Actually too fast
Hai madam. How r u. I have seen ur videos. All r good. I am working as personal secretary to judge at Hyderabad. I want help from u to promote my channel. Plus reply
miguel saavedra (12 дней назад)
you are awesome. I really enjoy watching your videos. an useful idiom, the last straw that broke the camel's back. Cheers!
violeta vanesa (12 дней назад)
Woow!! it is so hard for begginers like me but you are an inspiration. can you tell me what cut the mustard means?
Gurpreet Sudan (13 дней назад)
Solomon Melkam (13 дней назад)
You are the only foreigner whom I subscribed and loved. Please help me Marina how I became fluent in English just like you. Every thing of you sweeten me!!! such a beautiful and excellent girl I have ever seen!!!
Dave Abraham (14 дней назад)
Hi dear Marina my channel us a most new and I must improve it please can I use your information and some part of your lesson.(I.e. animations' or films' part)
Boonthariga Hompana (14 дней назад)
I like your video and can learn a lot for English. It will be great if I can have a list below for taking note after listening :)
Rossana Santos (14 дней назад)
Nice video for me to learn more english
Aya Radwan (14 дней назад)
You are just PERFECT ❤
Vamshikrishna T (15 дней назад)
is good ..but too much to chew in short time..
Celeny Hernandez (15 дней назад)
I just found your channel today and it's been so useful! I live in Colombia and I'm a non native English teacher... There's a lot to learn and share with my students! Thanks!!
Utsav Chaudhary (16 дней назад)
scratch someone's back !
English bits (16 дней назад)
Thanks for the interesting video! Just one thing, "get over smth" is a phrasal verb, not an idiom :)
62impalaconvert (16 дней назад)
"Beating around the bush" means when someone feels a need to express something that is uncomfortable or embarrassing to tell a person. They can't bring them self to speak directly so they try an indirect approach, which finally starts to bore or bug the listener. For example, the husband says: Those old jeans look uncomfortable. You probably need some new ones. Maybe a different size would fit better. Did you see that jeans sale at.......? The wife interrupts him with: "Quit beating around the bush and just say I'm getting fat!"
Burt Hollabaugh (17 дней назад)
Antsy - What you do when the ants start to bite you.
Burt Hollabaugh (17 дней назад)
A blue moon - two full moons in one month.
oyuerdene nergui (17 дней назад)
thankyou Marina. I am from Mongolia,Asia. your channel is very useful
Norhan mohamed (17 дней назад)
I love your smile alot really 💕
Aisha Amir (18 дней назад)
Yr videos are supportive, logical, and motivating 🤩
Ryan Nowack (19 дней назад)
Thanks Marina! These are great! Here are a few more to add: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7znWfx9MqSQ&t=05s
Paras Paro (19 дней назад)
V.nice i love this video n these type of idoms u doing great job i wana speak like u ... 😍
justin hunt (19 дней назад)
Rule of thumb-also relates to domestic violence via an alleged rule under English law that allowed for wife beating provided the implement used was a rod or stick no thicker than a man's thumb. While wife beating has been officially outlawed in England. However, such a rule of thumb was never codified in law
suraj pandey (19 дней назад)
Great job. I liked it
MaoFang Zhang (20 дней назад)
i like you .
jerry jerry (20 дней назад)
hey marina! I'm an Indian and I want to get into mit. but the problem is that Idk what books I should study English from... can you suggest me few of them?
harwinder Singh (20 дней назад)
Thanks alot Maria for your efforts it's really useful
Clita Dias (20 дней назад)
hang in there...sounds like hanging on a fan....lolz
Clita Dias (20 дней назад)
crunch time sounds like a munch chocolate we get here...Munch crunch chocolate
Clita Dias (20 дней назад)
can you come up with some more...It will help me score in IELTS as well as improve my English better.
Binayak Dhital (20 дней назад)
thank you marina ..its so useful for me this video is so helpful for me
Arsh Kumar (21 день назад)
alessandro jose (22 дня назад)
I sorry. I am learning And sometimes made Mistakes.
alessandro jose (22 дня назад)
You speck so fast i have Slow Down. But i can understand. I like of yours videos.
Otaku Jems (23 дня назад)
U r so adorable
Tales from the Crypt (23 дня назад)
I used to say "miss the train" instead of miss the boat because that's how we say it in italy
4400SCOFIELD (23 дня назад)
You should not take your friends for granted, someday, they might be there to help you. Is this sentence correct? And if yes what it means? Thank You for your time!
Raul Trigo (23 дня назад)
shit or get off the pot = when you have the chance and do not use it, when other people is waiting to use it....shit or get off the pot
Raul Trigo (23 дня назад)
you hit the nail in the head = le diste en el clavo
Anu Gupta (24 дня назад)
Very useful... beautiful explanation!
Sebastian Kaczorowski (24 дня назад)
9:47 wow! Nice one :)
Ligaya Artugue (24 дня назад)
Amazing! Looking for more idioms.
raber geo (24 дня назад)
I heard the idiom (face the music) in the film series of “FRIENDS “ by character CHANDLER.
Nabil Shumilah (25 дней назад)
Thank you so much, it is real such useful information
tin nguyen thanh (25 дней назад)
do you teach on cambly?
Ernest Randriarimalala (25 дней назад)
Very useful indeed, thanks from Madagascar
Christopher D'Angelo (25 дней назад)
"Hang in there" = Don't give up.
Christopher D'Angelo (25 дней назад)
To "get something out of your system" has a connotation that the thing you have a hankering to do is more reckless or non-constructive. For example, a young person is having trouble passing classes at college because they keep partying and not focusing on school work. Someone might suggest they take a year off of college and travel abroad and enjoy life. Just "get it out of their system" so they can come back and better focus on their work. For your example of doing something you already planned on doing just so it doesn't stress you out later, you would use the express "get it off your plate" or "get it out of the way". For example, you got that class "off your plate", or you got that class "out of the way".
Christopher D'Angelo (25 дней назад)
"Look like a million bucks" :)
Christopher D'Angelo (25 дней назад)
"Rule of thumb" doesn't imply it's not scientific. I mean, it also doesn't imply that it is scientific. It's just a good general rule to follow except under exceptional circumstances. (Kind of like a heuristic function in computer science.)
jake a (25 дней назад)
to beat around the bush ain't the same as eating that bush, if ya get my drift here. These colloquial phrases are based on knowing the source of these expressions. I for one would never waste my time learning a dead end lingo like russian...what for...that country will cease to exist in the coming gog-magog battle, it will be completely levelled. in fact the sooner Putin kicks that battle off the better. The world definitely does not need russia, it does not contribute a single thing which make the planet earth a better place.
Christopher D'Angelo (25 дней назад)
"Lose your touch" was correct, but don't confuse that with "lose touch". If two or more people "lose touch" or "are out of touch" it means they haven't talked to each it in a long time.
Christopher D'Angelo (25 дней назад)
A blue moon is an old term. Because full moons occurred every 28 days, and a month has 30/31 days, occasionally you'll get two full moons in one calendar month. The second full moon in a month can be called a "blue moon". That's where the expression "once in a blue moon" comes from.
Christopher D'Angelo (25 дней назад)
I'm pretty sure beating around the bush comes from a hunter or trapper trying to get the animals to come out of a bush.
King Khan (25 дней назад)
Marina mam your smile is pleasant.keep always smile...
Kirthika Kirthika (26 дней назад)
Face the music and take d grain of salt is very great...Oh really helpful...tnkw n pls say ua name in evry video so many new viewrs can catch u..even till now I'm confused ...abt is dat linguamarina or alley is ua name...pls reply ...so I can folw u in instagram@kirthikashinez
Pallavi Joshi (26 дней назад)
I really liked the video ..I actually know many of the idioms but I'm failing to use them in conversations ....how can implement them
Clay Page (26 дней назад)
You are a very charming woman! Love your videos.
Livin Lived (26 дней назад)
Fair enough
Laurel's Learning Lab (26 дней назад)
Get out OF your system....not IF ... but that's ok. Great job Maria! :) I posted this video on my ESL Language Lovers page on FB to show all my students and online members! :)
Mark Frank (26 дней назад)
application android idioms and phrases https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.venox.idioms_and_phrases
潘辉 (27 дней назад)
It's too difficult for me to learn, crying...
Lampcap (27 дней назад)
Who else thought of Hannah Montana when she said Best of Both Worlds lol?!?!?! just me...ok...
VIKRAM SHAH (28 дней назад)
You look like a million dollar when you say bye you are really good and your video too keep it up thanks
Sunep Lkr (28 дней назад)
You're bretty??
Sepp Neimusser (29 дней назад)
you are so cool i like you channel abo + like^^
Jane Gomez (29 дней назад)
I learned alot from this video. Thank you marina. 😘
Diljot Bal (29 дней назад)
thanku so much, it was helpful. you can follow me at instagram @diljotsinghbal if you want to improve your english
adiba karimi (1 месяц назад)
i'm an 18th years old girl and soon will have my TOEFL ibt exam but dont know what can be best advice for it can you guys help please tell me some major points about
Pedro Pablo Herrán Pérez (1 месяц назад)
Thank you very much. Really useful.
pusker singh (1 месяц назад)
Hello mam. How can i keep in touch with you. Is there any way to connect regularly like whastapp and any other?
Zhenzhou li (1 месяц назад)
You are so beautiful. I like you!
honey ch (1 месяц назад)
Could you please give me the further explanation of the idiom get out of the system..
Dolphin Sahu (1 месяц назад)
Hii Marina....i m from India.....i like your videos.....they are a lot of advantages....and wishing u all the success in life
Cadiche Adolph (1 месяц назад)
Hi Marina ! Your videos are top notch ones. As language is your company, I can help in case you'd like to speak Haitian Creole or French.
Cadiche Adolph (1 месяц назад)
Hi Marina ! Your videos are top notch ones. As language is your company, I can help in case you'd like to speak Haitian Creole or French.

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