111 Advanced English Idioms in Context

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19:19 Animals
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30:07 OUTRO
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@EnglishwithLucy 5 aylar önce
For a limited time, I have made my new idioms ebook FREE for you to download! 📝GET THE FREE EBOOK here 👉🏼 bit.ly/111idioms
@unitedstateofamerica6320 5 aylar önce
@tarhatajulkeple7372 5 aylar önce
❤ thank you heaps.
@cartestgroupoy2441 5 aylar önce
So what should be outcome of you're own project I do enjoy learning English also
@aimanhumaira2047 5 aylar önce
I am a huge fan of yours
@allthingsmireille 5 aylar önce
I’ve taught myself English and I’m happily surprised that I’m aware of 95% of the idioms presented here 😊. Thank you for a beautiful and interesting video Lucy💕
@EnglishwithLucy 5 aylar önce
Great job!
@RedRoseReadings. 5 aylar önce
Wow and what's your language origin?
@gazzellabella90 4 aylar önce
​@@RedRoseReadings.English 😅
@rofnabegum9905 4 aylar önce
​@@gazzellabella90hi can you help me English?
@favouroranye6986 3 aylar önce
@@EnglishwithLucy you're the best teacher in the world and you helped me pass my entrance exam that is an amazing school
@RebiwGiant-um8vp 5 aylar önce
This is definitely one of Lucy's best videos ever! She's done similar stuff before, like teaching 100 idioms, but this time she's made up for the previous letdown by providing an eBook for the lesson. Lucy, we love you!
@Harsh-em5hs 5 aylar önce
Hello Lucy ,, you are an amazing inspirational educator , i really enjoyed your relaxed and pleasant way go through these lessons, please make one videos about IELTS general letter and essay with vital phrases ❤
@biancabueno7339 4 aylar önce
Wow! It’s very nice to notice that we’ve got some idioms in common in Portuguese, too! But it’s interesting that “to kick the bucket” has a very different meaning over here in Brazil - it means “to lose the temper” or “throw everything up in the air’”! 😆 Thank you so much, dear Lucy! 🤗
@joisycassiane9223 4 aylar önce
Thank you so much for your hard work teacher Lucy! It was an amazing video and I´ll learn so much from this. It also inspires me to improve my English and teach even better!🥰👏
@L4D1992 4 aylar önce
So, I'm actually a native English speaker. (American English) But I've been learning some new things and reinforcing some good habits. It's been helping me with some writing and your accent has been a good starting point for a character I'm performing in a group of mine. I wanted to do the English language justice in all of my creative pursuits and thank you so much for the free resources that have helped.
@trevorcook3129 3 aylar önce
You do realise that means not a native English speaker if you’re American? Not a dig just it’s a language channel
@oliversmith4737 5 aylar önce
Many thanks Lucy for your endless efforts. A gorgeous lesson with gorgeous information by a gorgeous trainer.
@fatimaarehman9732 5 aylar önce
P wea box vl💪💪r
@tatianas6169 5 aylar önce
Dear Lucy, sincere thanks for everything you do 🙏🏻
@Nigel_B 4 aylar önce
Hey Lucy. I'm a native English speaker, but when learning German, I found that advertisers play with idioms quite a lot. Perhaps you could present some English examples for your students.
@juergenf.2306 5 aylar önce
Thanks very much Lucy for all these idioms - helpful for all learning English (like me). AND thank you for the ebook. I do appreciate all your efforts. One little question about an idiom nobody has not been able to explain to me so far: ~ Bless their cotton socks ~ (Rod Stewart mentioned that in his album's liner notes "Every Picture tells a Story" while he thanked a lot of musicians and people helping to make the recording! Any idea? Thanks in advance! 👍
@juergenf.2306 5 aylar önce
seems to be a bit a doubtful handshake - I'm a bit disappointed now - pls apologize!
@nurmukhammadshavkatov9102 4 aylar önce
Hi Lucy! I'm one your active followers on TRshow, thanks for effective video lessons. I want to ask u one thing - do you conduct online IELTS lessons as well?
@dolyngongo7892 Aylar önce
I am very excited to learn these idioms, I am in the hurry to use them in oder to improve my English. Thank you Lucy🥰
@tanyatiwari1467 4 aylar önce
Hey Lucy!! thank you so much for the idioms that you taught in this lesson . It was such a great lesson , i learned a lot from this lesson ...... It was a lot of effort but thanks to you i knew many of them and i was really happy because of that .... Thankyou so much ... LOTS OF LOVE FROM INDIA ...🌸💮🌼💞
@bethprather9241 Aylar önce
I live in the US in Central Ky ( Lexington area), and out of all of the idioms you shared I was very surprised that around 90% we use exactly the same. A few like, ( " Blow your own trumpet / we say horn.") I ONLY counted about 8, I've never heard, but could figure them out in context as a retired teacher and avid reader. I was going to post any of the ones with tea, I never hear & then you stated one Ive used many times, " That is not my cup of tea." So Interesting... We have most of the same I ones in America! Oh I needed the arm chair one, that is when all my sports men or family complain about pro or college sports stars so badly, as if they could do it...LOL!!
@englishwithfunnyway4722 4 aylar önce
Wonderful😊 I love your videos Lucy. If you make more videos about idioms, it would be great. Because learning idioms is both difficult and funny.
@Trassel242 2 aylar önce
Thank you for this, it’s good to get a reminder of some of these idioms. I’m Swedish and I’m pretty good at English, but I didn’t know all of these, for instance I thought “to paint the town red” meant specifically “to go on a murder spree”, as I’d learnt it from some film or similar where they must have been using it ironically to describe the murder spree, but I took it literally (it made sense to me because, well, red blood and so on).
@bolarindegeorge5298 4 aylar önce
I love those examples on each idioms. Very well understandable
@slowlearner4341 4 aylar önce
Lucie, I feel an obligation to thank you twice: for the excellent and immensely rich selection of expressions and remarkably proportional comments; not too long, not too short. Chapeau! Vraiment!
@newloggers 4 aylar önce
Hello Lucy :) Learning and using idioms is my cup of tea :) So, I love the video :) We have also some of them in Turkish. For example 25= Where there is fire, there is smoke= Ateş olmayan yerden duman çıkmaz. 28= a storm in a tea cup= Pireyi deve yapmak etc. Thank you so much ! Greetings from Türkiye👋Çağlar.
@matchasrikanth9789 4 aylar önce
I reckon if we use these idioms in our daily routine, definitely our English will be like a native speaker, thank you so much for providing us with such a beneficial concept, thank you so much, mam.
@juliuskirui3710 3 aylar önce
Thanks Lucie for lessons keep watching and learning alot
@ritamonisaikia3892 5 aylar önce
Hi lucy love your lessons . Can you please make a complete video that include all academic grammar needed at school please
@RS-md9ov 4 aylar önce
Great job, ma'am! It would be wonderful if you could continue this series.❤
@satyakibanerjee21888 5 aylar önce
It's only because of you Lucy, that we're privileged with such trove of English idioms ❤️
@aidainfante3453 4 aylar önce
Lucy, this is a great job, I appreciate very much your valuable contribution to this video. It's amazing! Thanks a lot!!!!
@yclawry1 4 aylar önce
I have got your ebook and it's so valuable, you and your team must have spent much time to complete it, thank you so much.
@maryrecto-andase2872 4 aylar önce
Thank you so much, learning English is fun, you being the teacher, more followers ❤
@gregoriussudaryono260 4 aylar önce
I learned advanced English idioms in context here. Thanks for sharing, dear teacher. 15:40
@Elena-fe8pb 5 aylar önce
Thank you very much, Lucy - it was really generous of you to share the ebook. 🍀
@PetouKan 4 aylar önce
Hi Lucy, thanks and keep up the great work! I've got a video suggestion or a request if I dare say. You see I'm French, and quite fluent in English, to the point I want to speak English to my baby/toddler, while my wife and everyone else will teach him French, but I lack the distinctive "baby talk" in my vocabulary. That would be words and idioms you use with in England or in the US, to talk to a 10 month old :) "did you do a poo?", things of that matter, pun intended.
@harlybale8511 3 aylar önce
I Love this! Truly educational!
@promisingfuture3102 4 aylar önce
Thanks so much Lucy , your free ebook is very necessary and helpful for me !!!
@nandani456 5 aylar önce
Hi Lucy Ma’am. I am a loyal student of you. My English is improving because of you!! Thank you so much for teaching in such an interesting way👧🏻🤍. Sending loves and wishes🤍
@MirHeena8 5 aylar önce
You should say “Love" Instead of “Loves" ......
@raunitsingh6052 4 aylar önce
@@MirHeena8 loves is a plural part so it's good to use loves with wishes
@MirHeena8 4 aylar önce
@@raunitsingh6052 For your kind info. “Love" Is uncountable so you don't say “Loves" , you say “Love" :)
@MirHeena8 4 aylar önce
@MrsLucy3. That'd be great 😊
@jacksyoutubechannel4045 5 aylar önce
I was so confused by #10 -- I'm American, and you had me questioning whether I'd made up the word "enraptured" (meaning the same as you give for "in raptures"). Turns out I didn't make it up, and I discovered that "in raptures" is almost exclusively British English... but now I'm left wondering if Brits ever use "enraptured," and whether there's a homo- category for different spelling/same sound/same meaning.
@Joyce-uw9tq 4 aylar önce
I enjoyed this so much! Thanks for this, Lucy!
@A.J.99 5 aylar önce
Thanks Lucy for this awesome lesson! 🔥🔥🔥
@olgarudn9753 5 aylar önce
-I’m going to have a whale of a time with new video about idioms. -When I firstly practiced English with native, I was having a time of my life. -I haven’t got a lot of time for myself, nevertheless I took time for language learning and reading, full of the joys of spring. -Release of new video about idioms made my day. -Lucy’s audience is in raptures about new video.
@akbargabbar505 5 aylar önce
My favorite teacher📚 she's genious great👍❣
@odinabonumirkhamidova 3 aylar önce
This lesson was awesome and interesting. Thank you for lesson. May God bless you ❤
@patricknamangoa6468 4 aylar önce
Thank you so much for this incredible lesson!
@EnglishwithSam685 4 aylar önce
Lucy I just wanted ur video and I'm really proud of you ❤❤❤ We all make mistakes, and we move on. Please upload new videos for us. 😊
@trishizet59 4 aylar önce
Thank you so much for this video, Lucy, I've really enjoyed it!
@user-cp2tc3yx1b 4 aylar önce
Thank you for such a perfect lesson!!!❤
@ghulamrasool4204 5 aylar önce
Fantastic lesson on idioms, madam! great job!
@UmPoucodeTudo 5 aylar önce
I loved this lesson and your channel (now I`m on). I`m from Brazil. These videos of yours help a lot to speak more naturally.
@lolly-123 5 aylar önce
Thanks so much Lucy, I learnt so many new idioms💕
@bubutube7 5 aylar önce
Thank you very much for everything you do for us.❤❤❤
@MirHeena8 4 aylar önce
I remember a teacher of mine telling me randomly about your channel, and now I am addicted to this channel....Thankyou teacher!....... I subbed btw ❣️
@johnathanwalker75 Aylar önce
OMG, NO WAY!! I AM A ENGLISH NATIVE AND HALF OF THESE IDIOMS I DON'T EVEN KNOW! WOAH! Thanks a lot! I am going to keep this ebook forever and feel like I am on top of the world!
@jancejpek9993 5 aylar önce
I'm over the moon with this lesson. Lucy is simply the best. 💯 🥰 🙏
@Waytozanzibar 5 aylar önce
What an amazing lesson ! Learn new things from your video every day.. you're the best 🫶❤️ Greetings from Zanzibar - Tanzania 🇹🇿❤
@dertalexhien2077 5 aylar önce
Hello Lucy! We were in a pickle. You for having the video neatly doned and I having it thoroughly watched joyfully. Great job!
@bigsam2386 5 aylar önce
Thanks for your energy Lucy ❤
@arentemsuaier5521 4 aylar önce
Exploring as of now, loved it so far.. anticipating for more. New subscriber here 🙂👌
@ABTeacher 5 aylar önce
I really love the way you teach, stay blessed
@sujanluther3563 5 aylar önce
I'm learning new things Daily from You Lucy Dear to improve my English Fluency. Thank you so much for making such fruitful video lessons for us. Take love🖤🥀😍 From Bangladesh🇧🇩
@Unknownfellow903 4 aylar önce
I love watching your video.could you teach us how to use ge to in English,please?
@onyenezirimdaniel7737 4 aylar önce
Lucy is the best teacher i,v ever met in TRshow!!! I enjoy your English class!!
@jainjosephl690 5 aylar önce
Thank you so much for your efforts and dedication to help us
@tupak5567 5 aylar önce
Great video bh a stunning teacher ❤
@IdiomIQ28 2 aylar önce
I totally agree with you!
@maryjoypanes6743 5 aylar önce
Thank you so much Lucy 🥰 you helped me a lot.
@JuliaAsaad-mc7ot 5 aylar önce
Omg ...you wrote my name in one of you examples😍♥️ Thank you for your efforts ms Lucy♥️♥️
@endalkachewtesfaye2419 5 aylar önce
Thank you very much for your an intersting lesson Lucy!
@user-yj4jy7lv9q 5 aylar önce
Thanks so much for this wonderful idioms you spared for everyone!!!
@Olivyay 5 aylar önce
I had never heard about "the apple of one's eyes" ! It's funny, in French we have the same idiom but instead with a "little prune" ("la prunelle de mes yeux").
@RUPINDER1234. 5 aylar önce
Hey lucy ! I just love british accent and when you taught it became super amazing.😊
@Canadaprovinces_migration 5 aylar önce
I'm willing to learn not only English but also anything you might willing to teach me 😁
@halaabdel-hlim2445 5 aylar önce
Great job my lovely teacher . I adore ur method of teaching .
@magdalenamilivojac6629 4 aylar önce
Thank you so much 🍀 I've learnt some new idioms, although I knew lot of them
@badassrio7034 5 aylar önce
Hi Lucy, could you please refer me to one of the best British phonics books which covers the topic comprehensively. I've found one, but it teaches American phonics. The name's Phonics for Dummies by Susan M. Greve. I have been wondering if there's a book like that that deals with British phonics. I'd be very greatfuf if you could help. Thank you.
@deeplife586 Aylar önce
❤❤ Very good! Thanks a lot!
@righteousbyfaith6131 5 aylar önce
Really I appreciate you for your efforts ❤
@sebastiaosilva1631 5 aylar önce
I think you're the biggest English teacher. Congratulations!
@eltioleo945 5 aylar önce
Greetings from Bogota - Colombia. Extremely useful as always.
@user-qb8fp8oj1p 4 aylar önce
It’s helping my English learning very much 💪💪💪
@ritiksingrudra4 4 aylar önce
I know very few of them before.Appreciate your work
@user-gk3du6wu7k 5 aylar önce
Thank you, dear teacher!❤
@AB-rn8cy 4 aylar önce
I'm actually interested in origins of each idiom.
@kristinafedorova7661 5 aylar önce
Ive recently started learning idioms and here it its - a video from Lucy. What a coincidence!
@hashemazimimohammed7496 4 aylar önce
Hi teacher Lucy, Thanks for all your efforts and nice lessons. Exactly a match made in oven, and the product is my wife.
@stufystudy 5 aylar önce
I'm from vietnam ,a student at b1 level.I want to improve my english .So glad because i can find you.very useful
@bibhu12310 4 aylar önce
Namste mam I love to watch your lesson and it was absolutely amazing ❤❤
@najibsagrajos7590 Aylar önce
I screenshot them all while i'm in a cafe , till i go home i copy them in a copybook . You're the apple of my eye .
@jerometsowinghuen 5 aylar önce
I only heard most idioms on animals from elementary school years, such as "eat a horse", "monkey business", "copycat", "early bird". Also, these advanced idioms are essential to academics and daily life.
@artsby31 5 aylar önce
@rehanahmad1930 4 aylar önce
Miss Lucy your english is comprehensive which everyone can understand it properly it is my suggestion to all the native English speakers that they should speak like you From india
@gabriellagirardi4741 5 aylar önce
Very helpful idioms! Thank you so much
@alejandroromani3185 4 aylar önce
Thank you for this lesson; it's really funny and I enjoyed it but I thinks it's too long and hard to remember all the idioms.
@user-ms6mt7tr5h 3 aylar önce
Thank you so much for the video! And. Thank you for your conversation with ludmila olegovna ❤️😉
@EasyEnglishLearningChannel 4 aylar önce
Wow...! Thank you, Lucy. Love this video much. Keep on making such precious video. (Ata, BSD City, Indonesia)
@parulbatra7858 5 aylar önce
Thank you so much it is so worthy to intensify our English...
@dtsenglishcenter3386 4 aylar önce
What a clean and active lady to learn lesson.
@arjajohannesdotter7079 5 aylar önce
Thank you, Lucy! ❤
@abdlmouliholbagj4421 5 aylar önce
I am extremely grateful for your help
@musochickburns8212 5 aylar önce
Thank you, Lucy! 💕
@seviza1816 4 aylar önce
Hello,Can you please explain meaning of them? To be long The first of the age of reason Pursuits A walk away Trampolining
@valeryshelestovsky2313 4 aylar önce
I really like looking at your face, but I don't understand much without looking at the subtitles. this is a good motivation to study harder
@ewaa37911 Aylar önce
Lucy, it is somewhat sad but a lot more funny to learn the meaning of dressed to kill at the age of… mine🤭 Thanks a lot!👏🍀😄
@SamuelThomasValuthadathil 5 aylar önce
Thank you Lucy for your kindness! May God bless you!
@user-dd2jf8sg2l 5 aylar önce
Great lesson!
@kasundiGayavi 4 aylar önce
Thank you lucy this is a massive present for everyone I am a big fan of you
@user-zn7cl8om2s 4 aylar önce
Dear Lucy! Thank you for your lessons!🌸❤️🌸 Could you tell me please?🌷🌻🏵️ Since and For only Present Perfect Continious? or Present Perfect? I found in the net: "He has engineered locomotives since he was 29 years old".Why not engineering?
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