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2021.05.15 02:02
🇺🇸English Vocabulary 🇺🇸
🐠 Fish out of water: to be outside your comfort zone or to be in an uncomfortable situation
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  • Josh 2021.05.15 02:03

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    Notice the other idiom “comfort zone?” That’s a place were you feel most relaxed 😌
  • Poonam ghildiyal. 2021.05.15 02:05

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    @Josh I felt fish out of the water 😂 when I was at my relative's home.
  • ly 2021.05.15 02:07

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    @Josh Excelent!!!
  • Josh 2021.05.15 02:09

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    @Poonam ghildiyal. 😂🤣 that’s a good one.
  • Poonam ghildiyal. 2021.05.15 02:10

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    @Josh thank you 🌹🌹🌹🌹
  • Josh 2021.05.15 02:10

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    @ly thanks 🤩
  • Rose berry 2021.05.15 02:12

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    Thank you 😊
  • lupitta ml 2021.05.15 02:26

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    Voy volando a suscribirme
  • Josh 2021.05.15 02:33

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    @lupitta ml many thanks 😊 I hope you find the lessons helpful!
  • Josh 2021.05.15 02:33

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    @lupitta ml thanks again 🤩
  • Josh 2021.05.15 02:40

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    @lupitta ml It’s helpful. I think it is a good idea to turn the CC on. Sometimes the auto translate is not perfect, but it make it easier to learn. You see 👁 and hear👂 both at the same time. Remember, practice speaking the words you learn. Even if it’s just speaking out loud while watching the video. That will help you learn faster.
  • Josh 2021.05.15 02:41

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    @Darlyn Duarte nicely done 😃
  • Darlyn Duarte 2021.05.15 02:44

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    @Josh
  • Josh 2021.05.15 02:48

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    @Darlyn Duarte you’re very welcome. Keep practicing. You are doing great 👍
  • Darlyn Duarte 2021.05.15 02:49

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    @Josh
  • ly 2021.05.15 03:02

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    @Josh I subscribed to your channel. I am watching all the videos.Thanks!!!
  • Josh 2021.05.15 03:06

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    @lupitta ml
  • Josh 2021.05.15 03:12

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    @ly many thanks!!! 😃🙃 I hope you find the videos helpful. Thank you for taking the time to learn with me ☺️
  • Julia 2021.05.15 03:24

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    We have the same phrase in Portuguese hahaha
  • Josh 2021.05.15 04:05

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    @Julia nice 👍
  • Shital 2021.05.15 04:24

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    I always like fish out of water when work with police officers.
  • Josh 2021.05.16 03:12

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    @Shahid mansuri32 good job 👍 thanks for giving it a try!
  • Josh 2021.05.16 03:13

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    @123 nicely done 🕺💃
  • Josh 2021.05.16 03:13

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    @Amit Singh well done!! 😃
  • Josh 2021.05.16 03:15

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    @ Sawlih فضلون nicely done 👏 keep it up! 😃
  • Josh 2021.05.16 03:16

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    @Fay飞儿 haha 😂 Excellent 💃
  • Josh 2021.05.16 03:16

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    @allzwell well done 👍
  • Josh 2021.05.16 03:17

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    @Shital 😬 I think that applies to a lot of people
  • allzwell 2021.05.16 06:34

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    @Josh thanks master 💞
  • Mohammed Abdullah 2021.05.16 15:39

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    Hello call mw
  • Josh 2021.05.17 03:08

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    @María Gabriela Nicely done 🐠🐠🐠
  • Desert rose 2021.05.17 03:57

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    ✨Thank you Josh✨ Is 'Out of' pronounced like 'á-rar'?
  • Josh 2021.05.18 03:06

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    @Desert rose
  • Desert rose 2021.05.18 03:22

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    @Josh 😁 but when you read all together sounds different. I ask for that sound. Listen to yourself and you'll see you don't read out-of-water'. It is the linked words sounds that sounds different and are more complicated to pronounce. Thank you for your answer.
  • Josh 2021.05.19 03:32

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    @Desert rose I understand. I normally try to speak slightly slower than normal and pronounce each word. But in reality, native speakers often run words together. This is one reason that learning a new language can be so hard. This is particularly true with the fact that there are so many sounds in English. The goal is communication. Get close to the word and most people will understand. Then improve from there.
  • Desert rose 2021.05.19 04:34

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    @Josh it's ok. You'll can do as I do on my readings. If you have enough time for a minute voice record like here, 16'', you can read at the same voice message first slow and second in a normal speech. It would be fantastic. Have s look: https://hellotalk.com/m/A5TSSkSLvELcZD==?id=LJVRRON= If you want, you can practice and improve your Spanish readings at my posts. There is a short suspense story now 😊.
  • Desert rose 2021.05.19 04:37

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    @Josh we need both,sloe reading and normal speech reading. The fist one for know how each word is pronounced. The second one for hear how it is really said in the normal spoken conversation. We'll never improve if we doesn't listen the real english pronounciation. Thank you for your time and for your feedback 😊🤗.
  • Josh 2021.05.19 22:18

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    @Desert rose thanks for your perspective 😃 That helps
  • Josh 2021.05.19 22:19

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    @Desert rose sure, I will take a look. I’m always open to suggestions to make learning easier

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