Horse Idioms!  American English Pronunciation
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Horse Idioms! American English Pronunciation

October 18, 2019

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  1. I feel proud to see my facebook suggestion of "get off your high horse" has come to the top of the 'horse' idiom list. 🙂

  2. first comment I think, this video is great for me cuz it help me to understand the movies thank you Rachel tonight I am gonna dream with horses that can talk and teach english

  3. Dont look a gift horse in the mouth – I thought it meant that we should not expect high quality when we get something for free.

  4. Helpful as always 🙂 Rachel, could you please dedicate an entire video to the pronunciation of the word "ask"? More specifically "asks" and "asked". I've always found it difficult to say those words because native speakers seem to pronounce them differently every time. For instance, at the beginning of this video, when you say "asked" it almost sounds like "as-t" to me. I'd really appreciate it if you could help me out. Please.

  5. Hi Rachel, nice videos! Well, this whole situation with "horses" reminded me of the word "hoarse" which is one that has always kindda puzzled me when it comes to pronunciation, it sounds like they are pronounced the same way, especially if one is speaking fast. Lots of other words have very similar pronunciation and also have me confused. Anyways, thank you so much for sharing such nice videos!

  6. I can't believe you are from ny! I'm going there to study next year. I will look for you if I need any help with my english haha

  7. Great video about idioms. Just a curiosity: in Brazil we use 2 similar idioms changing the animals. Don´t put the car before the ox; and I could eat a ox.

  8. Don’t look a gift horse in the mouth. Well . . . unless it happens to be a Trojan horse; probably best to have a look then ;-)⊃ 

  9. I'd love to learn something like this, but I was wondering if all of these idioms are popular or not. One girl even asked you: "Do we say don't beat a dead horse". Btw, I love what you've been doing. Keep up the good work, Rachel!

  10. Hi,I can‘t hear  the phrase‘’a bit‘’  between the eleventh seconds and the twelfth seconds but I saw this phrase on the video.I wonder whether I don't hear that or you made a mistake :p

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  12. can i uses this idioms in Europ and the people understand me ?or just can i uses them with american people ?thanks in advance

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