My son came from school the other day,
saying he learnt nine idioms.
I thought I would put out a couple of videos
to explain those idioms together with the help of my friend, Chicken.
Before that, is it ok can you help?
Fantastic, let's go!
A very old idiom meaning someone who is more precious than others.
Originally, it referred to the pupils our eyes.
I have two (apples).
Flower all this purple dye...
hit with cupid's archery...
sink in apple of his eye.
This refers to a person
whose character and behaviour never change.
From the Old Testament, the Hebrew prophet could not persuade
the shepherdess to be good.
This refers to something that costs a lot of money.
This phrase can be found in old newspapers.
A drop in the bucket
or a drop in the ocean meaning lost in the crowd.
Behold, the nations are as a drop of a bucket,
and are counted as the small dust
of the balance:
behold, he taketh up the isles
as a very little thing.
I hope you found this video useful. I have another five idioms for you in a
Bye for now.