To talk about lots of unimportant things because you want to avoid talking about what is really important:
Quit beating around the bush and say what’s on your mind.
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18 aug. 2020
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Learning English idioms is a great way to improve your comprehension and fluency because people use them all the time in casual conversation. So I walked out the door and searched for some of the most useful idioms to teach you. Here are the idioms that I found.
1) to beat around the bush
2) to bark up the wrong tree
3) to go with the flow
4) to nip (something) in the bud
5) Knock on wood.
6) (to be) living under a rock
6 apr. 2020
The church definitely doesn’t require it’s priests to be this shredded, but I also doubt that anyone’s complaining.
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