A picture quiz about English idioms: Water

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Are you a glass half empty or a glass half full kind of person? Look on the bright side of life by taking our water idioms challenge and learning 3 common English phrases.
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Like water off a duck’s back : when someone is not bothered by bad thing said about them
A fish out of water : when someone is in an unfamiliar situation and feel uncomfortable
Water under the bridge : not worrying about past problems which can’t be changed

Author — 圖昂趙

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This method was very nice for learning..please use it for learning phrasal verbs, too.. they are most difficult things more than other subjects about learning english for me:)) because
I feel that i am a fish out of water, when i try to learn the phrasal verbs:))
Thank you❤🇹🇷💖👍

Author — Erkan Şamcı

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Another interesting video - another "like", of course. Thank you, BBC LE. ☺By the way, I'm a glass half full man, so it's like water off a duck's back for me if they say I am not. 😃Please, excuse my grammar if it is not ideal.

Author — Дмитрий Савкин

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I dint know most of them it's an amazing way to learn

Author — Liza Roy

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A fish out of water: when someone is in unfamiliar situation and feel comfortable
Water under the bridge: not worrying about the past problems which can be changed
Like water off the duck's back: when someone is not bothered by bad thing said about them

Author — Nu Huyền

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This video is very exciting, but could you please be able to provide an example for each idiom to let us know how to use it?
Thanks

Author — youssef Jalabi

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If you put the idioms in sentences or situations before illustrating the meaning, it would be very great.
Thanks alot 😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍

Author — Amira Rabea