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English vocabulary: It doesn't take a rocket scientist. Variation: You don't need to be a rocket scientist. Meaning = It's not very difficult to; no one needs to be extremely intelligent to understand something. - Hes doesn't need to be a rocket scientist to play chess. - It doesn't take a rocket scientist to play chess.

English vocabulary: It doesn't take a rocket scientist. Variation: You don't need to be a rocket scientist. Meaning = It's not very difficult to; no one needs to be extremely intelligent to understand something. - Hes doesn't need to be a rocket scientist to play chess. - It doesn't take a rocket scientist to play chess.

English Vocabulary: Nosy = Always wanting to find out things that do not concern you.

English Vocabulary: Nosy = Always wanting to find out things that do not concern you.

English Vocabulary: Crafty - A crafty person is clever and sneaky, and they usually use dishonest ways to get what they want!

English Vocabulary: Crafty - A crafty person is clever and sneaky, and they usually use dishonest ways to get what they want!

English vocabulary: Neat freak = Someone who is really concerned with cleanliness and keeps their home tidy.

English vocabulary: Neat freak = Someone who is really concerned with cleanliness and keeps their home tidy.

English vocabulary: At a snail's pace = If something moves at a snail's pace, it moves very slowly, at a slow rate.

English vocabulary: At a snail's pace = If something moves at a snail's pace, it moves very slowly, at a slow rate.

English Vocabulary - Cry wolf - To ask for help when you do not need it.

English Vocabulary - Cry wolf - English for Pleasure

English Vocabulary - To wrap your head around something. Meaning: To be able to understand something, to fully understand something.

English Vocabulary - To wrap your head around something. Meaning: To be able to understand something, to fully understand something.

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English Vocabulary: House arrest = The state of being a prisoner in your own house rather than in a prison

To be back at 'square one' means to have to start something over again. Example: Looks like we are back to square one.

I hate how you start something with me, then push me away. It puts us back to square one. Then you question my intentions and imply my 'declarations' are all talk.

Tips for preventing a kitchen fire.  Often many fires begin in the kitchen. This is not surprising, since it is in the kitchen that the use of appliances like stoves, ovens, electrical cooking machines etc takes place. Let us look at a few steps that one can take to prevent kitchen fires.

used as a way to tell someone that they should either stop complaining about a difficult or unpleasant activity, or stop doing it.

Like Father, Like Son

Like Father, Like Son

Butterflies in your stomach

Idiom Definition - to get butterflies in your stomach - to be nervous or excited - often associated with a physical sensation in your stomach

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