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Now,the VOA special english program words and their stories.
Making choices is necessary but not always eazy.Many of our expressions tell about this difficulty.One of these expressions is Habson's choice.It often is used to describe a difficult choice,but that is not what it real means.Its real meaning is to have no choice at all.The habson in the expression was Tomos Habson.Mr. Habson owned a stable of horses in Cambidge,England.Mr Habson often rented horses to the students at Cambridge University ,but he did not really trust them to take good care of the horses,so he had a rule that prevented the students from riding his best horses.they could take the horse that was nearest the stabled hall.Or they could not take any horses at all.Thus a Habson's choice was really no choice.
Another expression for having no real choice is between a rock and a hard place.It is often used to describe a difficult situation with few choices , none of them good.For example, your boss may ask you to work late ,but you have planned to go to a movie with your girlfriend.If you refuse to work,your boss gets angry.But if you do not go to the movies with your girfriend,she gets angry.So what do you do?You are called between a rock and a hard place.
Another expression between the devil and a deep blue sea also give you a choice between 2 equally dangerous things.Its meaning seems clear.You can chose the devil and his burning fires of hair or you can choice to drown in the sea.Some word experts say the expression comes from the days of a wooden ships.The devil is a word for a seem between 2 pieces of wood along the waterline of a ship.If the seem would crack between the 2 pieces of wood,they gains to leak then a sailor must fix it.The sailor ordered to make the repairs was in a dangerous situation.He was hanging over the side ship working between the devil and deep blue sea.
There is still another expression that describe a situation with only bad choices.Being on the homes of a dilemma.A dicitionary says a dillema is a situation in which you must make a disicion about 2 equally balance choices.
When your dillema was homes,the choice becomes impossible.When you are on the homes of a dillema,no matter which home you choose,somthing bad will happen.
This VOA special english program words and their stories was written by ,was the nary here,i 'm sharry griffer.
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Now the VOA Special English program words and their stories .

Making choices is necessary , but not always easy.Many of our expressions tell about this difficulty.One of these expressions is Hubson's choice.It often is used to describle a difficult choice,but that is not really difficulty.Its real
meaning is to have no choice at all. The Hubsonin the expression was Thomas Hubson.Mr.Hubson owned a stable of horses in CAmbridge England .Mr Hubson often readed these horses to the students at Cambridge University But he did not reallly trust them to take good care about horses .So he had a rule to prevent the students from riding his best horses .They could take the horse that was nearest the stabled hall or they could not take any horse at all. Thus, a Hubson's choice was really no choice.

Another expression were having no real choice is between a rock and a hard place .It is often used to describle the difficult situtation with few choices .None of them good. For example,your boss may ask you to work late,but you have a plan to go to the movie with your gf. If u refuse to work,ur boss gets angry.But if u do not go to movie with ur gf, she gets angry.So what do u do? U are caught between the rock and a hard place.

Another expression "between the devil and the deep blue sea "also give a choice between two equally dangerous things.Its meaning seems clear.U can choose the devil and his burning fires of the hell or u can choose to drawn into the sea. Some words experts say the expression comes from the death of the wooden shiops.The devil lis the word for a scene .Between two pieces of wood along the water line of the ship .If the scene or crack begins to leak between the two pieces of wood,then a sailor must fix it.The sailor order to make the repairs was in a danger situation.It was hanging over the site of the ship walking between the devil and the deep blue sea.

There's still another expression that describle the situation with only bad choices."being on the horns of a dilemma"The dictionary says,a dilemma is a situation in which u must make a decision about the two equally balanced choices. When ur dilemma has gone,a choice become impossible .When ur are on a horn of dilemma,no matter which choice u choose,sth bad will happen.

This VOA Special English program word and their stories was written by.Marilyn Rice Christiano. Morris Joys was the narrator . I'm Shirley Griffith. .
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Now the VOA special English program words and their stories.
Making choices is necessary, but not always easy. Many of our expressions tell about this difficulty. One of these expressions is “Hobson’s choice”. It often is used to describe a difficult choice, but that is not what it really means. Its real meaning is to have no choices at all. The Hobson in the expression was Tomas Hobson. Mr. Hobson owned stable horses in Cambridge England. Mr. h often rented horses to the student at the king university. But he didn’t really trust them to take a good care of the horses. So he had a rule that prevent the students from riding his best horses. They could take the horse that was nearest the stable door, or they could not take any of horse at all. Thus a Hobson‘s choices was really no choice.
Another expression for having no real choice is between a rock and a hard place. It is often used to describe a difficult situation with few choices, none of them good. For example, your boss may ask you to work late, but you chenlajiaohave plans to go to a movie with your girl friend. If you refuse to work, you boss gets angry, but if you do not go to the movies with your girlfriend, she gets angry. So what do you do? You are caught between a rock and a hard place.
Another expression “between the devil and the deep blue sea” also gives you a choice between two equally dangerous things. Its meanings seems clear. You can choose the devil and burning fires of hell or you can choose to drown in the sea. Some word experts say the expression comes from the days of wooden ships. A devil is used to scene between two pieces of wood along the waterline of the ship. If the scene or crack between the two pieces of the wood begins to leak, then a sailor must fix it. The sailor ordered to make the repairs was in a dangerous situation. He was hanging over the site of the ship, working between the devil and the deep blue sea.
There was still another expression that describes a situation with only bad choice “being on a horns of a dilemma”. The dictionary says a dilemma is two equal choices in which you have to
If your dilemma has horns, a choice comes impossible. When you are on the horn of a dilemma, no matter which horn you choose, something bad will happen.
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making choices is necessary,but not always easy.many expressions tell the difficulty.one of the expressions is (harbens ) choice.it is often used to describe a difficult choice.but that is not what it really means.its meaning is having no choice at all.The harbson in the expression was Tomas harbson.Mr Harbson owned a stable of horses in Cambridge England.Mr Harbson often rent his horses to students of Cambridge University.but he did not really trust them to take good care of horses.So he have prevented the students from riding his best horses.they could take the horse that was nearest stable of all,or they could not take any horse at all. thus Harbson's choice was really no choice.another expression for having no real choice is between Irac and ().it is often used to describe a difficult situation with few choices,none of them good.for example,your boss may ask you to work late,but you have plannet to go to movie with your girl friend.if you refused to work,your boss gets angry.but if you do not go to the movies with your girlfriend,she gets angry.so what do you do.you are caught between the ().another expression 'between the devil and deep blue sea' also gives you a choice between two equally dangerous things.its meaning seems clear,you can choose the devil and its burning fire of hell.or you can drown in the sea.some word experts say this expression comes from the days of wooden ships.the devil is a word for a scene between two pieces of wood along the water line of ship.
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Making choices is necessary but not always easy. Many of our expressions tell about these difficulty. One of these expressions is Harpsom's choice. It often is used to describe a diffiuclt choice. But that is not what it really means. Its real meaning it to have no choice at all. The harpsom in its expression was Thomas Harpsom. Mr. Harpsom owned a stable of houses in Cambridge England. Mr. Harpsom often rented houses to the students at Cambridge University. But he did not really trust them to take good care of the houses. So he had a role that prevented the students from renting his best houses. They could the house that was nearest the stable all or they could not take any house at all. Thus, a Harpsom's choice was really no choice. Another expression were having no real choice is between a rock and a hot place. It is often used to describe a difficult situation. With few choices nor of them good. For example, your boss may ask you work late but you have planned to go to a movie with your girlfriend. If you refuse to work to a movie with your girlfriend your boss gets angry. But if your do not go to the movies with your girlfriend she gets angry. So what do you do? You are caught between a rock and a hot place. Another expression between the devil and deep blue sea also give you a choice between two equally dangerous things. Its meaning seems clear you can choose the devil and his burning fire of hell or you can choose to crown on the sea. Some word experts say the expression comes from the days of wooden ships. The devil is a word for a thim between two pieces of wood along the water line of a ship. If the thim or crack between the two pieces of wood began to leak then a sailor must fix it. The sailor ordered to make the repairs was in a dangerous situation. He was hanging over the side of the ship working between the devil and the deep blue sea. There are still another expression that describe a situation with only bad choices. Being on a horns of a dilemma, the dictionary says a dilemma is the situation in which you must make a decision about two equally balanced choices. When you dilemma has horns the choices become impossible. When you are on a horn of dilemma, no matter which horn you cures, something bad will happen.
This voa special english program words and their stories was written by Marrilian Cristiano. Mor Jocy was the naryer. I am Shorry Gripan.
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Now the VOA Special English Program Words and Their Stories!

Making choices is necessary, but not always easy. Many of our expressions tell about this difficulty. One of these expressions is "Hobson's choice". It often is used to describe a difficult choice. But that is not what it really means. Its real meaning is to have no choice at all.

The Hobson in the expression was Thomas Hobson. Mr. Hobson owned a stable of horses in Cambridge England. Mr. Hobson often rented horses to the students at Cambridge University. But he did not really trust them to take good care of the horses. So he had a rule that prevented the students from riding his best horses. They could take the horse that was nearest the stable door, or they could not take any horse at all. Thus, a Hobson’s choice was really no choice.

Another expression were having no real choice is "between a rock and a hard place". It is often used to describe a difficult situation with few choices. None of them is good. For example, your boss may ask you to work late, but you have plans to go to a movie with your girl friend. If you refuse to work, your boss gets angry. But if you do not go to the movies with your girlfriend, she gets angry. So what do you do? You are caught between a rock and a hard place.

Another expression "between the devil and the deep blue sea" also gives you a choice between two equally dangerous things. Its meaning seems clear. You can choose the devil and his burning fires of hell or you can choose to drown in the sea. Some word experts say the expression comes from the days of wooden ships. The devil is a word for a scene between two pieces of wood along the waterline of a ship. If the scene or crack between the two pieces of wood begins to leak, then a sailor must fix it. The sailor ordered to make the repairs was in a dangerous situation. He was hanging over the site of the ship, working between the devil and the deep blue sea.

There is still another expression that describes a situation with only bad choices - Being on the horns of a dilemma. The dictionary says a dilemma is a situation in which you must make a decision about two equally balanced choices. When your dilemma has horns, the choice becomes impossible. When you are on the horns of a dilemma, no matter which horn you choose, something bad will happen.

This VOA Special English program Words and Their Stories was written by Marilyn Rice Christina. Morris Joys was the narrator. I'm Shirley Griffith.
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making choices is necessary, but not always easy, many of our expressions tell about this difficult. one of the expressions is hampson's choice, it is offen used to dicribe a dufficult choice, but that is not what it really means. its real meaning is to have no choice at all. the hampson in the expression was thomas hampson, mr hampson owned a stable of horses, in cambridge england, mr hampson often rented his horses to the students at cambridge university, but he did not really trust them to take good care of the horses, so he had a rule that prevent the students from ridding his best horses, they could take the horse that was nearst the stabled hall or they could not take any horse at all, that are hampson 's choice which was really no choice.

another expression for having no real choice is between a rock and a hard places, it is oftern used to discribe diffcult situation with few choices, non of them good. for example, your boss may ask you to work late, but you have a plan to go to the moive with your girlfriend, if you refuse to work, your boss gets angry, but if you do not go to the movies with your girlfriend, she gets angry, so what do you do, you are caught between a rock and a hard place.

another expression is between the devil and the deep blue sea, also give you choice between equally two dangerous things. its meaning seems clear, you can choose the devil and his burning fires of hell, or you can choose to drown in the seam. some word expert say the expression comes from the days of wooden ships, the devil is a world for a sea between two peices of wood along the water line and the ship, if the seam all cracked between the two peices of wood begins to leak, then a sailor must fix it, the sailor order to make the repaires was in a dangerous situation, he was hanging over the side of the ship, working between the devil and deep blue sea, there is still another expression that decirbes a situation which is only bad choices. being on the horns of dilemma. the dictionary says a dilemma is a situation in which you must make a disicion about two equally balance choices, when your dilemma have horns, a choice becomes no possible, when you are on the horns of dilemma no matter which horn you choose, something bad will happen.

that is voa special english program words and stories, was written by m.k, R.j was the narrater, i am sherly.g.
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Now, The VOA Special English Program Words and Their stories:

Making choice is necessary. But not always easy. Many of our expressions tell about this difficulty. One of these expressions is 'Hobson's choice'. It often is used to describe a difficult choice. But that is not what it really means. Its real meaning is to have no choice at all. The hobson in the expression was Thomas Hubson. Mr Hobson owned a stable of horses in cambridge England. Mr Hobson often rented horses to the students at Cambridge University. But he did not really trust them to take good care of horses. So he had a rule that prevented the students from riding his best horses. They could take the horse that was nearest the stable hall or they could not take any horse at all. Thus,a hobson's choice was really no choice.

Another expression for having no real choice is 'between a rock and a hard place'. It is often used to describe a difficult situation was few choices. None of them good. For example. You boss may ask you to work late, but you have plans to go to moive with your girlfriend. If you refuse to work, your boss gets angry, but if you donot go to the movies with your girlfriend, she gets angry. So what do you do ? You are caught between the rock and a hard place.

Another expression 'between the devil and deep blue sea' also give you a choice between two equally danger things. Its meaning seems clear. You can choice the devil and his burning fires of hell or you can choice to drown in the sea . Some word experts say the expression comes from the days of wooden ships. The devil is a word for a scene between two pieces of wood along the waterline of the ship. If the scene or crack between the two pieces of wood begins to leak. Then the sailor must fix it. The sailor ordered to make the repairs was in a the dangerous situation. He was hanging over the site of ship working between the devil and deep blue sea.

These is still another expression that describe the a situation with only bad choice. Being one horns of a dilemma. A dictionary says a dilemma is a situation in which you must make a decision about too equally balanced choices. When you dilemma has horns, the choice become impossible. When you are on the horns of a diemma. No matter which you horn you choose, something bad will happen.

This VOA Special English Program Word and Their Stroies was written by Marilyn Christiano. Morris Joys was the narrator. I'm Shirley Griffth.
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Now the VOA Special English program: Words and their stories.

Making choices is necessary but not always easy. Many of our expressions tell about this difficulty. One of these expressions is "Hobson's choice". It often is used to describe a difficult choice. But that is not what it really means. Its real meaning is to have no choice at all. The Hobson in this expression was Thomas Hobson. Mr. Hobson owned a stable of horses in Cambridge England. Mr. Hobson often rented horses to the students at Cambridge University. But he did not really trust them to take good care of the horses. So he had a rule that prevented the students from riding his best horses. They could take the horse that was nearest the stable door or they could not take any horse at all. Thus a Hobson's choice was really no choice.

Another expression for having no real choice is "between a rock and a hard place". It is often used to describe difficult situation with few choices, none of them good. For example, you boss may ask you to work late but you have planed to go to a movie with your girlfriend. If you refuse to work, you boss gets angry. But if you do not go to the movies with your girlfriend, she gets angry. So what do you do? You are called between a rock and a hard place.

Another expression "between the devil and the deep blue sea" also give you a choice between two equally danger things. Its meaning seems clear. You can choose the devil and his burning fires of hair or you can choose to drown in the sea. Some word experts say the expression comes from the days of wooden ships. The devil is a word of seam between two pieces of wood along the water line of a ship. If the seam or crack between the two pieces of wood begins to leak, then a sailor must fix it. The sailor order to make the repairs was in a dangerous situation. He was hanging over the side of the ship, working between the devil and the deep blue sea.

There is still another expression that describes a situation with only bad choices, "being on the horns of a dilemma". The dictionary says a dilemma is a situation in which you must make a decision about two equally balanced choices. When your dilemma has horns, a choice becomes impossible. When you are on the homes of a dilemma, no matter which home you choose, something bad will happen.
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Now the VOA Special English Program Words and their Stories.

Making choices is necessary but not always easy. Many of our expressions tell about this difficulty. One of the easy expressions is “Hobson’s choice”. It often has used to describe a difficulty choice. That is not what really means, its real meaning is to have no choice at all. The Hobson in the expression was Thomson Hobson. Mr. Hobson owned stable of horses in Cambridge England. Mr. Hobson often rented horses to the students at Cambridge University. But he didn’t really trust them to take good care his horses. So he had ruled that prevent the students from riding his best horses. They could take the horse that was nearest the stabled all. Or they could not take any of horse at all. Last, a Hobson’s choice was really no choice.

Another expression for having no real choice is between a rock and hard place. It is often used to describe a difficulty situation with few choices none of them good. For example, your boss may ask you work late, but you have a plan to go to a movie with your girlfriend. If you refuse to work, your boss gets angry, but if you do not go to movies with your girlfriend, she gets angry. So what do you do? You are caught between a rock and hard place.

Another expression between the devil and deep blue sea, also give you the choice between two equally dangerous things. Its meaning seems clear, you can choose the devil and his burning fire or you can choose to drop into the sea. Some word expert say the expression comes from the days of wooden ships. The devil is word for a same between two pieces of wood along the waterline of the ship. Give the same all crack between the two pieces of wood begins to link. Then a sailor must fix it. The sailor water to make the repairs was in a dangerous situation. He was hanging over the side of ship, working between the devil and deep blue sea.

There is still another expression that describes the situation with only bad choice, being on the horns of dilemma. The dictionary says the dilemma is a situation in which you must make that decision about two equally balanced choices. When your dilemma has horns, the choice becomes in past. When you are on the horns dilemma, no matter which horn you choose something bad will happen.

This VOA Special English Program Words and their Stories, was written by Marilyn Christiano. Morris Joys was narrator. I am Shirley Griffith.
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Making choices is necessary, but not always easy. Many of our expressions tell about this difficulty.
One of these expressions is Hobson's= choice. It often is used to describe a difficult choice. But that is not what it really means. Its real meaning is to have no choice at all.
The Hobson in the expression was Thomas Hobson. Mister Hobson owned a stable of horses in Cambridge, England.
Mister Hobson often rented horses to the students at Cambridge University. But, he did not really trust them to take good care of the horses. So, he had a rule that prevented the students from riding his best horses. They could take the horse that was nearest the stable door. Or, they could not take any horse at all.
Thus, a Hobson's choice was really no choice.
Another expression for having no real choice is between a rock= and a hard place. It is often used to describe a difficult situation with few choices, none of them good.
For example, your boss may ask you to work late. But you have plans to go to a movie with your girlfriend. If you refuse to work, your boss gets angry. But if you do not go to the movies with your girlfriend, she gets angry. So what do you do? You are caught between a rock and a hard place.
Another expression, between the devil and the deep blue sea, also gives you a choice between two equally dangerous things.
Its meaning seems clear. You can choose the devil and his burning fires of hell. Or, you can choose to drown= in the sea. Some word experts say the expression comes from the days of wooden ships.
The devil is a word for a seam= between two pieces of wood along the water-line of a ship. If the seam or crack between the two pieces of wood begins to leak, then a sailor must fix it. The sailor ordered to make the repairs was in a dangerous situation. He was hanging over the side of the ship, working between the devil and the deep blue sea.
There is still another expression that describes a situation with only bad choices, being on the horns= of a dilemma=.
The dictionary says a dilemma is a situation in which you must make a decision about two equally balanced choices. When your dilemma has horns, a choice becomes impossible. When you are on the horns of a dilemma, no matter which horn you choose, something bad will happen.



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Now the VOA Special English program Words and Their Stories.

Making choices is necessary, but not always easy. Many of our expressions tell about this difficulty. One of these expressions is Hobson choice. It often is used to describe a difficult choice, but that is not what it really means. Its real meaning is to have no choice at all. The Hobson in the expression was Thomas Hobson. Mr. Hobson owned a stable of horses in Cambridge England. Mr. Hobson often rented horses to the students at Cambridge University, but he did not really trust them to take good care of the horses, so he had a rule that prevented the students from riding his best horses. They could take the horse that was nearest the stable door, or they could not take any a horse at all. Thus, the Hobson’s choice was really no choice.

Another expression for having no real choice is between a rock and a hard place. It is often used to describe a difficult situation with few choices, none of them good. For example, your boss may ask you to work late, but you have planned to go to a movie with your girlfriend. If you refuse to work, your boss gets angry. But if you do not go to the movies with your girlfriend, she gets angry, so what do you do? You are called between a rock and a hard place.

Another expression between the devil and the deep blue sea also give you a choice between two equally dangerous things. Its meaning seems clear, you can choose the devil, and his burning hairs of hell, or you can choose to draw in the sea. Some word experts say the expression comes from the days of wooden ships. The devil is a word for a seam between two pieces of wood along the waterline of ship. If the seam or crack between the two pieces of wood begins to lick, then a seller must fix it. The seller ordered to make the repairs was in a dangerous situation. He was hanging over the side of the ship working between the devil and the deep blue sea.

There is still another expression that describes a situation with only bad choices, being on the horns of a dilemma. The dictionary says a dilemma is a situation in with you must make a decision about two equally balanced choices. When your dilemma has horns, the choices become impossible. When you are on the horns of a dilemma, no matter which horn you choose, something bad will happen.

This VOA Special English Program Words and Their Stories was written by M.C. M.J. was the narrator. I’m S.G.
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