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Hi, I'm Richard, the creator of Britlish. I'd like to present 10 essential English phrases.

They are brought to you using the artificial intelligence being developed at Britlish.

Britlish, innovative English teaching material at its best.

The 10 phrases are, to err on the side of caution, on a shoestring, get to grips with

something, fob someone off, off the top of my head, a piece of cake, to slip my mind,

a needle in a haystack, to cut corners, and to be into something.

I hope you like them, and I'd like to invite you to become a Britlisher at Britlish.com.

Oh, it almost slipped my mind. Please click the like button, share this video with your

social media contacts, and leave a comment. Hi, I'm Britlicious, an artificial intelligence

being developed by Britlish. I'm here with today's phrase of the day.

Today's phrase is, to err on the side of caution. To err on the side of caution is to be extremely

cautious and not allow any room for mistakes. So that you don't forget this idiom, err on

the side of caution and write it down in your notebook.

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Hi, I'm Albion, an artificial intelligence being developed by Britlish.

I'm here with today's phrase of the day. Today's phrase is, on a shoestring.

When something is done on a shoestring, it is done on a very small budget or with very

limited financial means. A shoestring is another word for the shoelaces

that you use to fasten your shoes to your feet.

My shoes don't have shoelaces as they are slip-on boots.

You can learn English on a shoestring at Britlish. To learn English on a shoestring, you can

pay what you want for a Britlish Library 7-Day Pass and get unrestricted access to all of

the English Activation Packs. If you want more phrases of the day, click

the like button and leave a comment. Hi, I'm Britlicious, an artificial intelligence

being developed by Britlish. I'm here with today's phrase of the day.

Today's phrase is, to get to grips with. To get to grips with something is to make

an effort to understand, accept, or deal with a problem, be it a person, thing, or situation,

in a direct and effective way. You can get to grips with improving your English

by signing up for the Britlish Library today. Get to grips with your reading, writing, speaking,

and listening skills by paying what you want for a Britlish Library 7-Day Pass.

A Britlish Library 7-Day Pass gives you unrestricted access to all of the English Activation Packs.

English Activation Packs are the best way to improve your English skills short of taking

private English classes with a real teacher. So, get to grips with your English today at

Britlish.com. If you want more phrases of the day, click

the like button and leave a comment. Hi, I'm Albion, an artificial intelligence

being developed by Britlish. I'm

here with today's phrase of the day. Today's phrase is, to fob off.

To fob someone off is to cheat them by substituting something of inferior quality for what was

promised. Don't you hate to be fobbed off by websites

that promise much but deliver little? Britlish won't fob you off because the lessons

in the Britlish Library are second to none. You will be amazed at how well our English

Activation Packs can help improve your English skills.

Far from being fobbed off, if you pay what you want for a Britlish Library 7-Day Pass,

or take out a membership subscription, you will get full, unrestricted access to all

of the English Activation Packs. If you want more phrases of the day, click

the like button and leave a comment. Hi, I'm Britlicious, an artificial intelligence

being developed by Britlish. And I'm Albion, another version of the Britlish

artificial intelligence. And this is our other cat.

We're here with today's phrase of the day. Today's phrase is, off the top of my head.

Off the top of my head means without careful thought, investigation, or preparation.

Off the top of my head is usually used to say that you don't know, or that you don't

have the information asked for immediately to hand.

I can't think of any good reason off the top of my head why any student would not benefit

from the English Activation Packs in the Britlish Library.

How many students have benefitted from Britlish English Activation Packs, Britlicious?

I don't know off the top of my head, Albion, but I'm sure it's in the hundreds if not thousands.

Of the top of my head, I'd say that at least ten percent of those who watch this video

will sign up for a Britlish Library Membership. Be one of those ten percent and pay what you

want for a Britlish Library 7-Day Pass, or take out a membership subscription.

You will get full, unrestricted access to all of the English Activation Packs in the

Britlish Library. If you want more phrases of the day, click

the like button and leave a comment. Hi, I'm Britlicious, an artificial intelligence

being developed by Britlish. And I'm Albion, another manifestation of the

Britlish artificial intelligence. We're here with today's phrase of the day.

Today's phrase is, a piece of cake. A piece of cake means that something is easy

and can be done with little or no effort. Learning English with the help of the Britlish

Library is a piece of cake. English Activation Packs make improving all

aspects of your English skills a piece of cake.

Is it difficult to get access to the Britlish Library, Britlicious?

Not at all, Albion. In fact, it's a piece of cake!

All you have to do is pay what you want for a Britlish Library 7-Day Pass, or take out

a monthly, biannual, or annual membership subscription.

That does sound like a piece of cake, Britlicious. Yes, Albion, it's a piece of cake to get full,

unrestricted access to all of the English Activation Packs in the Britlish Library.

If you want more phrases of the day, click the like button and leave a comment.

Hi, I'm Albion, an artificial intelligence being developed by Britlish.

Britlicious, should be here, too, to bring you today's phrase of the day.

I wonder what could have happened to her? Hello?

Hi Britlicious, it's Albion here. Where are you?

Hi Albion. What's up? You were supposed to be here to help present

today's phrase of the day. Oh, no! It completely slipped my mind, Albion.

I'm so sorry! That's today's phrase of the day, Britlicious,

to slip my mind. I know that to slip your mind means to completely

overlook or forget to do something, and that's exactly what I've done, Albion.

Yes, I thought it must have slipped your mind. I'll set my alarm for tomorrow's phrase of

the day, so that it does not slip my mind again.

That's a good idea, Britlicious. See you tomorrow. See you tomorrow, Albion.

If you want more phrases of the day, click the like button and leave a comment.

Hi, I'm Britlicious an artificial intelligence being developed by Britlish.

And I'm Albion, also part of the innovative English teaching ideas from Britlish.

We're here to teach you today's phrase of today. What's today's phrase, Albion?

Today's phrase is a needle in a haystack. What does a needle in a haystack mean, Albion?

Well, a haystack is a huge stack of straw you find on a farm.

And if you were trying to find a needle hidden inside a haystack, it would be very difficult

if not impossible to find. Exactly! So when we say we're trying to find

something is like looking for a needle in a haystack, It means that it's very difficult.

Many students say that looking for a good English language teaching website is like

looking for a needle in a haystack. They should take a look Britlish, then.

Yes, if you're looking for innovative, engaging English language teaching material, you won't

find yourself looking for a needle in a haystack at Britlish.

Get yourself a membership or a seven-day library pass and you'll never again have to waste

time looking for a needle in a haystack when you're looking for ways to improve your English

skills. A membership or a seven-day library pass will

get you full unrestricted access to the entire Britlish library of English lessons.

If you want more phrases of the day, click the like button and leave a comment.

Hello. I'm Albion, part of the Britlish artificial intelligence project.

And I'm Britlicious, another innovative teaching aid from Britlish.

We're here to teach you today's phrase of today. What's today's phrase, Britlicious?

Today's phrase is to cut corners. What does to cut corners mean, Britlicious?

To cut corners means to do something very badly because you have tried to save time,

money, or effort when doing it. We don't cut corners here at Britlish, and

make sure that all of the material in the Britlish Library is of the highest possible

quality. Yes, students who use the Britlish Library

have never complained that we have cut corners in making our English Activation Packs.

And nobody will ever be able to say that Britlish cuts corners when providing high-quality English

learning material to our students. If you don't believe us, get yourself a Britlish

membership or a seven-day Britlish Library pass and see for yourself.

A membership or a seven-day library pass will get you full unrestricted access to the entire

Britlish library of English lessons so you won't have to cut corners when improving your

English skills. If you want more phrases of the day, click

the like button and leave a comment. Hello. I'm Britlicious, an example of the

innovative English teaching that we're all in to here at Britlish.

And I'm Albion, and I'm really into bringing you the best in English language teaching.

We're here to bring you today's phrase of the day. What's today's phrase, Albion?

Well, if you're into phrases, Britlicious, you'll love today's phrase of the day. It's

to be into something. Yes, here at Britlish, we are into making

the most innovative and engaging English language teaching material available anywhere.

If you're into improving your English skills, there's no better place to do it than at the

Britlish Library. If you're not into improving your English

skills yet, you'll soon get into it once you see what the Britlish Library has to offer.

If you are into activating your English skills, get yourself a Britlish membership or a seven-day

Britlish Library pass. A membership or a seven-day library pass gives

you full and unrestricted access to the entire Britlish library of English lessons.

I'm also into hip-hop, Britlicious. Watch me!

That's pretty cool, Albion. Do you think I can get into hip-hop, too?

Sure! Come on, get into it right now. If you want more phrases of the day, click

the like button and leave a comment.

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