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William Shakespeare is the greatest English poet and writer who’s ever lived. Although he died 400 years ago, there are hundreds of words and phrases Shakesp...
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I also like this video! Yes, we have almost exactly the same saying here in Ukraine, but it sounds like this "Not everything is gold, that glitters" - "Не все те золото, що блищить"
Thank you very much for sharing!
I love the last phrase 'set your teeth on the edge'. I don't know if this applicable when watching violent shows. For example, I usually set my teeth on edge when I watch barbaric scenes on The Game of Thrones!
I'm glad to learn new phrases from your video, Vicki! Great teamwork as always. Please continue making useful videos for goodness sake! Just kidding...
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