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I'm Susan Clark with the Special English program Words and Their Stories.

The Italians have an old saying "…". The words mean it is sweet or enjoyable to do nothing. On weekends and during holidays, many of us enjoy doing nothing. But most of the time we have to work. And to keep our jobs we must work hard. Our employer will not like it if we do nothing.

American workers often call their employers "bosses". The word "boss" comes from the Dutch word "baas" meaning master. Sometimes company bosses are called the brass. They are also sometimes called "top brass" or "brass hats".

Experts disagree about how the strange expression started. But they may have come from Britain. Leaders of the 19th century British army wore pieces of metal called "oak leaves" on their hats. The metal brass has a color similar to that of gold. So leader or commander came to be called a member of the brass or he might have been called a brass hat or even the top brass. By the 1940s the expression had spread beyond the military leaders, it also included civilian officials. A newspaper in the American city of Philadelphia used the term in 1949. It called the most important police officials top brass.

Other expressions that mean boss or employer have noting to do with brass or hats. One of these is "big cheese". A cheese is a solid food made from milk. The expression probably started in America in the late 19th century. Some experts believe it comes from a word in the * or * languages. Cheese, the meaning is a thing, so the meaning of "big cheese" may be a big thing. Other experts say the word cheese and its expression was really in incorrect way of saying chief. The word chief means leader, so the expression may mean big leader.

An employer usually does not object to being called boss. But most workers would not call their employers big cheeses, top brass or brass hats to their faces. These words are not really insulting, but neither do they show great respect.

Employers also have expressions to describe their workers. One of them that describes a good worker is that he or she works like a *. This expression probably comes from the ancient writings of the Greek poet Homer. He wrote about the * who lived in the city of Troy. He said * worked very hard to protect their city. Now the expression is often used to describe an employee who works hard for a company. A loyal, hardworking employee is said to work like a *. So be happy if your company's brass hats say you work like a *. They may consider you valuable enough to increase your pay.

The Special English program Words and Their Stories was written Jerry Watson. I'm Susan Clark.

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I'm Susan Clark with the Special English program Words and their Stories.

The Italians have an old saying ****. The words mean it is sweet or enjoyable to do nothing. On weekends and during holidays many of us enjoy doing nothing. But most of the time we have to work and to keep our jobs, we must work hard. Our employer will not like it if we do nothing. American workers often call their employers bosses. The word boss comes from the Dutch word "baas", meaning master. Sometimes company bosses are called the brass. They are also sometimes called top brass or brass hats.

Experts disagree about how the strange expression started but they may have come from Britain. Leaders of the 19th century British Army wore pieces of metals called o*** on their hats. The metal brass has a color similar to that of gold. So a leader or commander came to be called a member of the brass. Or he might have been called a brass hat or even the top brass.

By the 1940s, the expression had spread beyond military leaders. It also included civilian officials. A news paper in the American city of Philadelphia used the term in 1949. It called the most important police officials top brass.

Other expressions that mean boss or employer have nothing to do with brass or hats. One of these is big cheese. A cheese is a solid food made from milk. The expression probably started in America in the late 19th century. Some experts believe it comes from a word in the Persian or Urdu languages. Cheese, the meaning is a thing. So the meaning of big cheese may be a big thing. Other experts say the word cheese in this expression was really an incorrect way of saying chief. The word chief means leader. So the expression may mean big leader

An employer usually does not object to being called boss. But most workers would not call their employer big cheeses, top brass or brass hats to their faces. These words are not really insulting but neither do they show great respect.

Employers also have expressions to describe their workers. One of them that describes a good worker is he or she workers like a ****. This expression probably comes from the ancient writings of the Greek poet Homer. He wrote about the **** who lived in city of ***. He said **** worked very hard to protect their city. Now the expression is often used to describe an employee who works hard for a company. A loyal hard-working employee is said to work like a ****. So be happy if your company's brass hats say you like a ****. They may consider you valuable enough to increase your pay.

This Special English program Words and their Stories was written by J.W. I'm Susan Clark.
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I'm Susan Clark with the Special English programme Words and Their stories.
The Italians have an old saying: ().
The words mean it is sweet or enjoyable to do nothing.
On weekends and during holidays, many of us enjoy doing nothing, but most of the time we have to work.
And to keep our jobs, we must work hard.
Our employer will not like it if we do nothing.
American workers often call their employers bosses.
The word boss comes from the Dutch word baas meaning master.
Sometimes company bosses are called the brass.
They are also sometimes called top brass or brass hats.
Experts disagree about how this strange expression started, but they may have come from Britain.
Leaders of the 19th century British army were pieces of metal called oakleeves on their hats.
The metal brass has a colour similar to that of gold, so a leader or a commander came to be called a member of the brass, of he might have been called a brass hat, or even the top brass.
By the 1940s the expression had spread beyond military leader, it also included civilian officials.
A newspaper use in the American city Philadelphia used the term in 1949.
It called the most important police officials top brass.
Other expressions that mean boss or employer have nothing to do with brass or hats.
One of these is big cheese.
A cheese is a sour food made from milk.
The expression probably started in America in the late 19th century.
Some experts believe it comes from a word in the Persian or Urdu languages.
Cheese, the meaning is a thing, so the meaning of big cheese may be a big thing.
Other experts say the word cheese in this expression was really an incorrect way of saying chief.
The word chief means leader, so the expression may mean big leader.
An employer usually does not object to be in called boss, but most workers will not call their employers big cheeses, top brass, or brass hats to their faces.
These words are not really insulting, but neither do they show great respect.
Employers also had expressions to describe their workers.
One of them that describes a good worker is that he or she works like a ().
This expression probably comes from the ancient writings of the greet () it homer.
He wrote about the () who lived in the city of Troy.
He said () worked very hard to protect their city.
Now the expression is often used to describe an employee who works hard for a company.
A loyal hard-working employee is said to work like a ().
So be happy if your company's brass hats say you work like a (), they may consider you valuable enough to increase your pay.
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I’m Susan Clark with the Special English program Words and Their Stories.

The Italians have an old saying: ***********. The words mean it is sweet or enjoyable to do nothing.

On weekends and during holidays, many of us enjoy doing nothing, but most of the time we have to work. And keep our jobs we must work hard. Our employers will not like it if we do nothing.

American workers often call their employers "bosses", the word "boss" comes from the Dutch word "bass" meaning master. Sometimes company bosses are called the "brass", they're also sometimes called "top brass" or "brass hats". Experts disagree about how these strange expressions started, but they may have come from Britain. Leaders of 19th century British army were pieces of metal called **** on their hats. The metal brass has a color similar to that of gold, so a leader or commander came to be called a member of the "brass", or he might have been called a "brass hat", or even the "top brass".

By the 1940s, the expression had spread beyond military leaders, it also included in civilian officials. A newspaper in the American city of Philadelphia used the term in 1949s, it called the most important policy-officials "top brass".
Other expressions that mean "boss" or "employer" have nothing to do with brass of hats. One of these is "big cheese", but cheese is a solid food made from milk. The expression probably started in America in the late 19th century, some experts believe it comes from a word in the Persian or Urdu languages, "chase", the meaning is a thing, so the meaning of big cheese maybe a big thing. Other experts say the word cheese and say its expression was really in correct way of saying chief, the word chief means leader, so the expression may mean big leader. And employer usually does not object to been called boss, but most workers would not call their employer big cheeses, top brass, or brass hats to their faces. These words are not really insulting, but neither do they show great respect.

Employers also had expressions to describe their workers, one of them they describes a good worker is that he or she works like a Trojan. This expression probably comes from the ancient writings of the Greek poet Homer. He wrote about the Trojans who lived in the city of Troy, he said Trojans worked hard to protect their city. Now the expression is often used to describe an employee who works hard for a company. A loyal hard working employee is said to work like a Trojan. So be happy if your company's brass hats say you work like a Trojan, they may consider you valuable enough to increase your pay.

This Special English program Words and Their Stories was written by Jerry Watson, I'm Susan clark.
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I'm Susan Clark with the Special English program Words and Their Stories.

The Italians have an old saying ??? . The words mean it is sweet or enjoyable to do nothing. On weekends and during holidays, many of us enjoy doing nothing. But most of time we have to work. And to keep our jobs we must work hard. Our employer will not like it if we do nothing.

American workers often call their employers bosses. The word boss comes from the Dutch word "bos" meaning master. Sometimes company bosses are called the brass. They are also sometimes called top brass or brass hats.

Experts disagree about how these strange expressions started. But they may have come from Britain. Leaders of the 19th century British army wore pieces of metal called op-leaves on their hats. The metal brass has a color similar to that of gold. So leader or commander came to be called a member of the brass or he might have been called a brass hat or even the top brass.

By the1940s the expression had spread beyond the military leaders, it also included civilian officials. A newspaper in the American city of Philadelphia used the term in 1949. It called the most important police officials top brass.

Other expressions that mean boss or employer have noting to do with brass or hats. One of these is big cheese. A cheese is solid food made from milk. The expression probably started in America in the late 19th century. Some experts believed it comes from word in the ? or ? languages. Cheese, the meaning is a thing, so the meaning of big cheese may be a big thing. Other experts say the word cheese in this expression was really an incorrect way of saying chief. The word chief means leader, so the expression may mean big leader.

An employer usually does not object to being called boss. But most workers wiould not call their employers big cheeses, top brass or brass hats to their faces. These words are not really insulting, but leaders do they show great respect.

Employers also had expressions to describe their workers. One of them that describes a good worker is that he or she works like a ? . This expression probably comes from the ? writings of the ? ? ? . He wrote about the T? who lived in the city of ? . He said T?s worked very hard to protect their city.

Now this expression is often used to describe an employee who works hard for a company. A loyal hardworking employee is said to work like T? . So be happy if your company's brass hats say you work like a T?. They may consider you valuable enough to increase your pay.

The Special English program Words and Their Stories was written Jerry Watterson. I'm Susan Clerk.
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I'm Susan Clock with the Special English program 'Words and Their Stories'.

The Italians have an old saying, *****, the words mean it is sweet or enjoyable to do nothing. On weekends and enjoying holidays , many of us enjoy doing nothing, but most of the time, we have to work, and to keep our jobs, we must work hard. Our employer will not like it, if we do nothing.

American workers often call their employers 'bosses'. The word 'boss' comes from the Dutch word 'boss', meaning master. Sometimes, company bosses are called 'the brass', they are also sometimes called 'top brass' or 'brass hats'.

Experts disagree about how these strange expressions started, but they may have come from Britan. Leaders of the 19th century British army wore pieces of metal called ogleeves on their hats. The metal brass has a color similar to that of gold.

So a leader or commander came to be called a member of the brass, or he might have been called a brass hat, or even the top brass.

By the 1940s, the expression had spreaded beyong military leaders, it also included civilian officials. A newspaper in the American city Aladofia used the term in 1949, it called the most important police officials 'top brass'.

Other expressions that mean boss or employer have nothing to do with brass or hats, one of these is 'big cheese'. A cheese is a salid food made from milk. The expression probably started in American in the late 19th century. Some experts believe it comes from a word in the Purgean or Erduar languages.

Cheese, the meaning is a thing, so the meaning of 'big cheese' may be a big thing. Other experts say the word cheese in this expression was really an incorrect way of saying chief. The word chief means leader, so the expression may mean big leader.

An employer ususally does not object to be called boss, but most workers would not call their employers 'big cheeses', 'top brass' or 'brass hats' to their faces. These words are not really insulting, but leader do they show great respect.

Employers also have expressions to describe their workers, one of them that describe a good worker, is that he or she works like a toegen. This expression probably comes from an ancient writing of great poet Homa, he work about the toegens who lived in the city of Choy. He said toegens worked very hard to protect their city.

Now the expression is often used to describe an employee who works hard for a company. A loyal hard-working employee is said to work like a togen. So, be happy, if you company's brass hats say you work like a toegen. They may consider you valuable enough to increase your pay.
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I'm Susan Clerk with the Special English program Words and Their Stories.

The Italians have an old saying. You've dautch f*. The words mean it is sweet or enjoyable to do nothing. On weekends and during holidays many of us enjoy doing nothing. But most of the time we have to work, and keep our jobs we must work hard. Our employer will m* like it if we do nothing.

American workers often call their employers bosses. The word boss comes from the Dutch word boss meaning master. Sometimes company bosses are called the brass. They are sometimes called top brass, or brass hats. Experts disagree about how the exchange expression started. But they may have come from Britain.

Leaders of 19th century British army wore pieces of metal called obilives on their hats. The metal brass has a color similar to that of gold. So leader or commander came to be called a member of the brass, or him might have been called a brass hat, or even the top brass. By the 1940s, the expression has been spread beyond military leaders. It also included civilian officials.

A newspaper in the American city of Philadephia used the term in 1949. It called the most important police officials top brass. Other expressions that mean boss or employer have nothing with brass or hats. One of these is big cheese. A cheese is solid food made from milk. The expression probably started in America in the late 19th century. Some experts believe it comes from a word in opposion or O* languages.

Cheese, the meaning is a sciene. So the meaning of big cheese may be a big sciene. Other experts say the word cheese in the expression was really in incorrect way of saying chief. The word chief means leader. So the expression may mean big leader. An employer usually does not object to been called boss. But most workers would not call their employers big cheeses, top brass or brass hats to their faces. These words are not really insulting. But leader do they show great respect.

Employers also have expressions to describe their workers. One of them that describes is he or she works like a trogeon. This expression probably comes from the ancient writings of the Greede poet Holma. He wrote about the trogeons who lived in the city of Troyi. He said trogeons worked very hard to protect their city. Now the expression is often used to describe an employee who works hard for a company. A royal hard working employee is said to work like a trogeon. So be happy if your company's brass hats say you work like a trogeon. They may consider you valuable enough to increase your pay.

This Special English program Words and Their Stories was written by J* Watson. I'm Susan Clerk.
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I'm S.C. The Special English Program Words and Stories.

The Italians have owned same in d. Day. The words mean it is sweet or enjoyable to do nothing. On weekends or during holiday, we enjoy doing nothing. But most of time we have to work. And to keep our jobs, we must work hard. Or the employer will not like it if we do nothing. American workers often call their employers bosses. The word boss comes from the d. word boss, meaning master. Sometimes the company bosses are called brass. They are also sometimes called top brass or brass hats. Experts disagree about how the expression started, but they may have come from British. Leaders of 19th century British army more pieces of metal called O. or their hands. The metal brass has a color similar to dead of the God. So the leader or commander can to be called a member of the brass. Or he may have been called brass hats. Or even the top brass. By the 1940, the expressions had spread beyond military leaders; it also included the civilian of the facials.

A newspaper in America city of F. used term in 1949. They called the most important political officials top brass. Other expressions that mean boss or the employer have nothing to do with brass or hats. One of these is big cheese. The cheese is a solid food for milk. The expression probably started in America in the late 19th century. Some experts believe it comes from a word in the Persian of the advantaged languages.

Cheese, the meaning is a thing. So the meaning of a big cheese may mean a big thing. Other experts say the word cheese in the six expressions was really an interactive way of same chief. The word chief means the leader. So the expression may mean a big leader. An employer usually does not object to be called boss, but most workers was not call their employers big cheeses top brass or brass hats to their faces. These words are not really in soughing. But leader do they show their great respect. Employers also have expressions to describe e their workers. One of them that describe a good worker is he or she works like a trorige. This expression probably comes from ancient writings of the great posed homework. He works about trorigins who lived in the city of Troyee. He said T. is very hard to protect their city. Now the expression is often used to describe an employee who works hard for the company. A loyal hardworking employee is said to work like a trorige. So be happy if your brass hats say you work like a trotigin. They may consider you valuable enough to increase your pay.

The Special English Program Words and Their stories was written by J.W. I'm S.C.
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I'm Susan Clark with the Special English program 'words and their stories'.

The Italians have an old saying you doltch far niedy.The words mean it is sweet or enjoyable to do nothing. On weekends and during holidays, many of us enjoy doing nothing. But most of the time we have to work. And to keep our jobs we must work hard. Our employer will not like it if we do nothing.

American workers often call their employers 'bosses'. The word 'boss' comes from the dutch word 'baas' meaning master. Sometimes company bosses are called the brass. They are also sometimes called top brass or brass hats. Experts disagree about how these strange expressions started. But they may have come from Britain. Leaders of the 19th century British army wore pieces of metal called oak leaves on their hats. The metal brass has a color similar to that of gold. So a leader or commander came to be called a member of the brass or he might have been called a brass hat or even the top brass.

By the 1940s the expression had spread beyond the military leaders, it also included civilian officials. A newspaper in the American city of Philadelphia used the term in 1949. It called the most important police officials top brass.

Other expressions that mean boss or employer have noting to do with brass or hats. One of these is 'big cheese'. A cheese is a solid food made from milk. The expression probably started in America in the late 19th century. Some experts believed it comes from a word in the Persian or Urdu languages. Cheese, the meaning is a thing, so the meaning of big cheese may be a big thing.

Other experts say the word cheese and its expression was really an incorrect way of saying chief. The word chief means leader, so the expression may mean big leader. An employer usually does not object to being called boss. But most workers would not call their employers 'big cheeses', 'top brass' or 'brass hats' to their faces. These words are not really insulting, but neither do they show great respect.

Employers also have expressions to describe their workers. One of them that describes a good worker is that he or she works like a Trojan. This expression probably comes from the ancient writings of the Greek poet Homer. He wrote about the Trojans who lived in the city of Troy. He said Trojans worked very hard to protect their city. Now the expression is often used to describe an employee who works hard for a company. A loyal hardworking employee is said to work like a Trojan. So be happy if your company's brass hats say you work like a Trojan. They may consider you valuable enough to increase your pay.

The Special English program Words and Their Stories was written Jerry Watson. I'm Susan Clark.
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I'm Susan Clark with the Special English program Words and Their Stories.

The Italians have an old saying "....". The words mean it is sweet or enjoyable to do nothing. On weekends and during holidays many of us enjoy doing nothing. But most of the time, we have to work. and keep our jobs we mush work hard. Our employer will not like it, if we do nothing.

American workers often call their employers bosses. The word boss comes from the Dutch word boss meaning master. Sometimes company bosses are called the brass, they are also sometimes called top brass or brass hats. Experts disagree about how the strange expression started, but they may have come from Britain. Leaders of the 19 century British army work peices of metal called oak leaves on their hats. The metal brass has a color similar to that of gold. So a leader or commander came to be called a member of the brass. Or he might have been called a brass hat, or even the top brass.

By the 1940s, the expression had spread beyongd the military leaders, it also included Syvilian officials. A newspaper in the American city of F. near the term in 1949. It called the most important policy officials top brass.

Other expressions that mean boss or employer have nothing to do with brass or hats. One of these is big cheese. A cheese is a solid food made from milk. The expression probably started in America in the late 19 century. Some experts believe it comes from a word in the Persian or Eudo language. Cheese, the meaning is a thing, so the meaning of big cheese may be a big thing.

Other experts say the word cheese in this expression, was a really in correct way saying chief. The word chief means leader, so the expression may mean big leader. And employer usually does not object to being called boss. But most workers will not call their employers big cheeses, top brass or brass hats to their faces. These words are not really insulting, but leader do they show great respect.

And employers also had expressions to discribe their workers. One of them that discribes a good worker is he or she works like a trojan. This expression probably comes from the Asion writings of the great poest Homal. He worked about the trojans who lived in the city of troy. He said trojans worked very hard to protect their city. Now the expression is often used to describe any employee who works hard for a company. A loyal hard working employee is said to work like a trojan. So be happy if your company's brass hats say you work like a trojan. They may consider you valuable enough to increase your pay.

This Special English Program Words and Their Stories was written by Jarry Watson. I’m Susan Clark.
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I'm Susan Clerk with the Special English program Words and Their Stories.
The Italians have an old saying. / the word mean it is sweet or enjoyable to do nothing. On weekends and during holidays. Many of us enjoy doing nothing. But most of the time we have to work. And to keep our jobs we must work hard. Our employer will not like it, if we do nothing. American workers often call their employers bosses. The word boss come from the Ducth word “boss” meaning master. Sometimes company bosses are called the brass. They are also sometimes called top brass or brass heads. Experts disagree about how this strange express started, but they may come from the Britain. Leader of the 19th century British army were piece of metal called Oclives on their hats, the matel brass have the color similar to that of gold. So a leader or commander came to be called members of brass. Or he might have been called a brass head. Or even the top brass.
By the 1940s, the express had spreaded beyond military leaders. It also include civilian officials. A newspaper in the American city Philadelphia use the term in 1949. it calls the most important policy officials top brass. Other expressions that mean boss or employer have nothing to do with brass or heads. One of these is big cheese. A cheese is a soild food made from milk. The expression probably started in America in the late 19th century. Some experts believe it comes from a world in the Persian or Urdo languages. Cheese the meaning is a thing. So the meaning of big cheese maybe a big thing. Other experts say the word cheese in the expression was really in incorrect way of saying chief. The word chief means leader. So the expression may mean big leader.
An employer usually does not object to been called boss. But most workers will not call their employers big cheeses top brass or brass heads to their faces. These words are not really insulting, but neather do they show great respect. Employer also have experiences to describe their workers. One of them that describs a good worker is the he or she work like a children. This expression probably comes from the ancient writings of the great poet Homer. He worte about the childrens who lived in city of Troy. He said childrens works very hard to protect their city. Now the expression is often used to describe a employee who works hard for the company. A loyal hard working employee is send to work like a children. So be happy if your company’s brass heads say you work like a children. They may consider you valuable enough to increase your pay.
This Special English Program Words & their Stories was written by Jerilyn Watson. I'm Susan Clark.
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I'm Susan Clerk with the Special English program Words and Their Stories.

The Italians have an old saying,"**".The words mean it is sweet or enjoyable to do nothing.
On weekends and during holidays, many of us enjoy doing nothing.But most of the time we have to work. And to keep our jobs we must work hard. Our employer will not like it if we do nothing. American workers often call their employers bosses.The word boss comes from the Dutch word "boss" meaning master. Sometimes companies’ bosses are called the brass.They are also sometimes called top brass or brass hats. Experts disagree about how these strange expressions started. But they may have come from Britain. Leaders of the 19th century British army wore pieces of metal called oclives(?) on their hats. The metal brass has a color similar to that of gold.So a leader or commander called to be called a member of the brass or he might be called a brass heart or even the top brass. But the 1940's the expressions had spread beyond the military leaders, it also included civilian officials. A newspaper in the American's city of Philadelphia used the term in 1949. It called the most important police officials top brass.Other expressions that mean boss or employer have noting to do with brass or hats.
One of these is big cheese. A cheese is a solid food made from milk. The expression probably started in America in the late 19th century. Some experts believed it comes from a word in the persian or urdu language. Cheese, the meaning is a thing, so the meaning of big cheese may be a big thing. Other experts say the word cheese in this expression was really an incorrect way of saying chief. The word chief means leader so the expression may mean big leader. An employer usually does not object to be called boss. But most works will not call their employers big cheeses, top brass or brass hats to their faces. These words are really not insulting, but leaders do they show great respect.Employers also have expressions to describe their workers. One of them that describes a good worker is that he or she works like a Trojan. This expression probably comes from the ancient writings of the Greek poet Homeric He wrote about the Trojans who lived in the city of Troy. He said Trojans worked very hard to protect their city. Now the expression is often used to describe an employee who works hard for a company. A loyal hard working employee is said to work like a Trojan. So be happy if your companies’ brass hats say you work like a Trojan. They may consider you valuable enough to increase your pay.

This Special English program Words and Their Stories was written Jerry Watterson. I'm Susan Clerk.
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I'm Susan Clark with the Special English Program: Words and their Stories.

The Italians have own saying in /. The words mean it is sweet or enjoyable to do nothing. On weekends and during holidays many of us enjoy doing nothing. But most of the time we have to work, and keep our jobs we must work hard. Our employer will not like it if we do nothing.

Ameican workers often call their employers bosses. The word boss comes from the Dutch word boss meaning master. Sometimes company bosses are called the /. They are also sometimes called top/ or / /. Experts disagree about how this strange expression started , but they may come from Britain. Leader of the 19 century British Army were pieces of metal called / on their haps. The metal / has a color similar to that of gold. So a leader or commander can you to be called a member of the Brices, or he might have been called a Brice Hat, or even the top Brice.

By the 1940s, the expression had spread beyond military leaders, it also included Caesarean officials. A newspaper in the American city of / used the term in 1949. It called the most important police officials top-Brice.

Other expressions that mean boss or employer have nothing to do with Brice or Hats. One of these is big cheese, but cheese is a solid food made from milk. The expression probably started in the America in the late 19 century. Some experts believe it comes from the word in the / or / languages-/. The meaning is a thing, so the meaning of big cheese maybe a big thing. Other experts say the word cheese in the expression was really a incorrect way of saying chief. The word chief means leader, so the expression may mean big leader.

An employer usually does not object to being called boss. But most workers were not called their employers big cheese, top-Brice or Brice hats to their faces. These words are not really insorting but need do they show great respect.

Employers also have expressions to describe their workers. One of them that describes a good worder is that he or she works like a children. This expression probably comes from the / of the great /. He walks about the / who lived in the city of /. He said / worked very hard to protect their city. Now the expression is often used to describe an employee who works hard for a company. A / hard-working in employee is said to work like a /.

So be happy if your company's Brice hats say you work like a /. They may consider you / enough to increase your pay.

This Special English Program: Words and their Stories was written by Jerilyn Watson. I'm Susan Clark.

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The Italians have an old saying:** .The words mean: it is sweet or enjoyable to do nothing.On weekends and during holidays,many of us enjoy doing nothing.But most of the time we have to work.And to keep our jobs ,we must work hard. Our employer will not like it if we do nothing. American workers call their employers bosses. The word boss coms from the Dutch word : brass ,meaning master.Somtimes company bosses are called the brass.They are sometimes called top brass or brass hats.Experts disagree about how these strange expressions started,but they may have come from Britian.Leaders of 19th century british army wore pieces of metal called** on their hats. The metal brass have a color similar to that of gold.So a leader or a commander came to be called a member of the brass,or he might have been called a brass hat or even the top brass.By the 1940's ,the expression had spread beyond the millitary leaders .It also included civilian officals.A newspaper in the American city of Phi*** used the term in 1949.It called the most important police officials top brass.Other expressions that mean boss or employer has nothing to do with brass or hats.One of these is big cheeze,but cheeze is a solid food made from milk. The expression probably started in America in the late 19th century. Some experts belive it comes from a verb ** ,or ** languages.Cheeze ,the meaning is a thing,so the meaning of big cheeze may be a big thing.Other experts say the word cheeze in this expression was really an incorrect way of saying chief.The word chief means leaders.So the expression may mean big leaders.An employer usually dose not object to being called boss.But most workers will not call the employers big cheezes ,top brass ,or brass hats,to their basis.These words are not really insulting,but either do they show respect.Employers also have * expressions to describe their workers. One of these that describe a good worker is that he or she works like a trojan. This expression probably comes from the ancient writing "fo the great peot" Homer.He wrote about the trojans who lived in the city of Troy.He said trojans worked very hard to protect their city.Now the expression is often used to describe an employee who works hard for a company.A loyal hard working employee is said to work like a trojan.So be happy ,if your company's brass hats say you work hard like a trojan.
They may consider you valueable enough to increase your pay.
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I'm Susan Clark with the Special English program Words and Their Stories.

The Italians have an old saying **.The words mean it is sweet or enjoyable to do nothing.On weekends and during holiday some of us enjoy doing nothing.But most of time we have to work.And to keep our jobs we must work hard,our employer will not like it if we do nothing.American works often call their employers bosses.The word boss comes from the Dutch word ** meaning master.Sometimes company bosses are called the brass.They are also sometimes called top brass or brass hats.Experts disagree about how this strang expression started but they may have come from Britain.Leaders of 19th century British army worn pieces of mettle called ** on their hats.The mettle brass has color similar to that of gold.So a leader or commander can to camed called a member of brass or he might be called a brass hat or even the top brass.By the 1940s the expression had spreaded beyond the military leaders, it also included civilian officials.A newspaper in the American city of Philadelphia used the term in 1949. It called the most important police officials top brass.

Other expressions that means boss or employer have nothing to do with brass or hats.One of it is big cheese.A cheese is a solid food made from milk.The expression probably started in America in the late 19th century. Some experts belive it comes from a word in the Persian or Urdu language.Cheese,the meaning is a thing.So the meaning of big cheese may be a big thing.Other experts say the word cheese and its expression was really an incorrect way of saying chief.The word chief means leader.So the expression may mean big leader.An employer usually does not object to being called boss.But most workers would not call their employers big cheeses, top brass or brass hats to their faces. These words are not really insulting, but either do they show great respect.

Employers also have expressions to describe their workers.One of them that describes a good worker is that he or she works like a Trojan. This expression probably comes from the ancient writings of the Greek poet Homer. He wrote about the Trojans who lived in the city of Troy. He said Trojans worked very hard to protect their city. Now the expression is often used to describe an employee who works hard for a company. A loyal hard working employee is said to work like a Trojan. So be happy if your company's brass hats say you work like a Trojan. They may consider you valuable enough to increase your pay.

This Special English program Words and Their Stories was written by Gerry Watson. I'm Susan Clark.
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