English Expressions: Appearances are deceiving!
Suzan: Get a load of that little girl. She’s a true troublemaker.
Jenny: Is she? But she doesn’t look so. As they say appearances are deceiving!
Suzan: She’s not that bad. But she’s spoiled because my uncle gets a kick out of her. She keeps him in stitches.
Jenny: But he shouldn’t give in to all her acts. She’ll eventually go out of control.
Suzan: That’s right! You hit the nail on the head. I said that over and over again but my words fall on deaf ears!
Get a load of: take a look at (to draw attention to someone or something).
Appearances are deceiving: Things can look different from the way they really are.
Spoiled: (adj) (of a person, especially a child) harmed in character by being treated too leniently or indulgently.
Get a kick out of: to get a sense of enjoyment, amusement, or excitement.
Hit the nail on the head: to describe exactly a situation/ problem.
Over and over again: again and again.
fall on deaf ears: (of a statement or request) be ignored.
In stitches: laughing uncontrollably.
Give in: to finally agree to what someone wants.
Go out of control: no longer possible to manage.
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