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Impressive Idioms In English Part 1
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This lesson focuses on Idioms which will make your Spoken as well as written English really impressive like A penny for your thoughts, Break a leg, When pigs fly and many more. This lesson is extremely beneficial for students who want to improve their English and also for students preparing for verbal reasoning section of the various competitive examination.

Reema Behl
Building for Next Billion Users | Chief Editor: Blush Channel, Femina, NDTV | Jammu & Kashmir | Helping make English speaking easier for all

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in idiom a penny for your thought should be followed by question mark?
FUN FACT: "Curiosity killed the cat" has it's origin in the Schroedinger's explanation of Uncertainty Principle in Physics where he described that the state of being a cat dead or alive, confined in a closed box, can only be known when the box is opened and observed out of curiosity.
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The video was really awesome . I will definitely try to use this idioms in my life .
  1. BASIC CONCEPTS IN SPOKEN ENGLISH Lesson 9: Idioms Part 1 Presented by Reema Behl

  2. Introduction. Objective: Interviews, CAT, general examinations interactions Educator: Reema Behl End goal of collection: To speak English fluently and write English better @

  3. Sociology Hons LSR Masters, Journalism, Sciences Po, Paris Convergent Journalism, Jamia Millia Islamia Asaistant t Editor, Danea Dance Jazz Contemporary Theatre Public speaking Femina NDTV Reema Behl

  4. Phrases / idioms A penny for your thoughts A way of asking what someone is thinking Reema, I was thinking we should use upset instead of sad here. A penny for your thought?

  5. Phrases / idioms .Break a leg Good luck! Hey, you have started teaching English on Unacademy? Go, break a leg!

  6. Phrases / idioms When pigs fly When we refer to something that is highly unlikely to happen Hey, I hope you will speak English fluently in English? Hah! I'll do that when pigsfly!

  7. Phrases / idioms Curiosity killed the cat .Being Inquisitive can lead you into an unpleasant situation. .Hey, I wonder what's down that street? .Let's not try to find out. Curiosity killed the cat.