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Common English Idioms for today.
１．to send the wrong message: to do or say something that communicates a meaning different or contrary to what one desires, either implicitly or explicitly.
This sort of behaviour sends the wrong message to young people.
２．be unveiling: to make (something secret or concealed) known or public; divulge; reveal
The government are unveiling plans today for a new tax system.
３．to hear what you are saying: to know what you are trying to say.
I hear what you are saying but I don’t agree with you.
４、she sticks to her guns: to continue to have your beliefs or continue with a plan of action, even if other people disagree with you
You must admire the way she sticks to her guns.
５．run that past or (by) me again.: Please repeat what you just said.; Please go over that one more time
I’m sorry I can’t follow that, run that past me again.
６．keep your spirits up: do not get depressed
Keep your spirits up, it may not be as bad as you think.
７．to shoot oneself in the foot: to damage or impede one’s own plans, progress, or actions through foolish actions or words.
I’m afraid he shot himself in the foot when he took that action
８．no mileage: (informal) no advantage that you can get from a situation,
There is absolutely no mileage in pursuing that sort of discussion.
15:00～16:00 2 students
I think you all know what the biggest country in the world is , in term s of surface area. Yes! Russia. Then, what is the second biggest country in the world? Yes, it’s Canada.
We read the article on Canada today.
Thank you very much for coming to my lesson today.
Enjoy your weekend and see you next Saturday.