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I am Susan Clark wihtVoice of America
Almost every language in the world has a saying that person can never be to rich.Americans like people in other counties always want more money.One way they express this is is by protesting  that thier job is not pay enough.A common expression is I am working for a chicken feed.It means working for very little money.The expression problely began because seeds feed to chickens made people think of small change.Small change means metal coins of not much value like nickles which worth five cents.
An early use of the word chicken feed appeared in the American Publication in 1930.It told about a rich man and his son. Word export says it's "I will bete neither the kids nor his father never saw a neckle or a die,they would not have been  intersted in such a chicken feed".
The chicken feed also has an other intersting meaning known to history exports and World War two spys and soliders,Spy export Herry decants writes that some German spys working in London during the war also worked for the British ,The British government  had to make the German believe their spy were working .So British officals give them mostly false  information ,it was called chicken feed.
The same person who protects that he is  working for chicken feed may also say i am working for peenuts she meas she is working for small amount of money .It is very diffe rent meaning from the main one in the dictionary ,that means a small nuts that grow on the plants,No one knows for a sure how a word for something to eat also came to mean something very small,but a peanut is a very small food.
The expression is an old one ,The export says that is as early as eighteen fifty four on a America Publication used the words peanut and .That made political trouble makers who did not have a lot of support.
Another reason for the same obout working for peanuts made in to elephants think of  how elephants are paying their work for circus.They recieve food not money,one of the food they like best is peanuts .When you add the word galary to the word peanut you have the name of arre in a america theater.
A galary is a high sitting area for balkey above the man flow,THe peanut galary got it's name because it is the part of the theater most distent from where the show takes place.So peanut gallary tickets usually cost less than other tickets,people pay a small money for them
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I am Susan Clark with Words and their Stories--a program in Special English on the Voice of America

Almost every language in the world has the same that person can never be to rich. Americans like people in other countries all with one more money.

One way they express this is by protesting their job do not pay enough. A common expression is I am working for chicken feed. It means working for very little money. The expression probably began because / feed to chickens may people think of  small change. Small change means metal coins of not much value like nickels which are worth five cents.

An early use of the word chicken feed appeard in the American publication in 1930. It told about rich man and his son. Word expert Miford Nafuse says its read--I will bad need the kid nor his father every / and nickel or /. They would not have interested in such chicken feed.

Chicken feed also has another interesting meaning knowing to history experts and World War Two spies and soldiers. Spy expert Henry S.A Bakid writes the some German spies working in London during the war, also work the British. The British government had to make the Germans believe their spies were working. So British officials gave them mostly force information. It was called chicken feed.

The same person who protests that his working for chicken feed may also say I am working for peanuts. Seanings, she is working for a small amount of money.

It is a very different meaning from the May 1 in the dictionary. That meaning is small nuts that grow on the plant. No one knows for sure / a word for something to eat, also / mean something very small. But a peanut is very small food. The expression isn't old one. Word expert Miford Nafuse says that is early as 1854. and American publication used the words peanut /. That mean political trouble makers who did not have a lot of sport.

Another reason for the say about working for peanuts maybe linking to elephants. Think of how elephants are paid for their work in the circus. They receive food not money. One of the foods they like best is peanuts. When you / the word gallery to the word peanut. You have the name of area in the American shelter. A gallery is a high sitting area or balcony above the main flore. The peanut gallery got this name because it is the part of the shelter most distant from where the show takes place. So peanut gallery tickets usually cost less than other tickets. People pay a small amout of money for them.

This Special English program Words and their Stories was written by Jerry Watson. This is Susan Clark
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I am Susan Clark with Words and their Stories--a program in Special English on the Voice of America

Almost every language in the world has the same that person can never be to rich. Americans like people in other countries all with one more money.

One way they express this is by protesting their job do not pay enough. A common expression is I am working for chicken feed. It means working for very little money. The expression probably began because / feed to chickens may people think of  small change. Small change means metal coins of not much value like nickels which are worth five cents.

An early use of the word chicken feed appeard in the American publication in 1930. It told about rich man and his son. Word expert Miford Nafuse says its read--I will bad need the kid nor his father every / and nickel or /. They would not have interested in such chicken feed.

Chicken feed also has another interesting meaning knowing to history experts and World War Two spies and soldiers. Spy expert Henry S.A Bakid writes the some German spies working in London during the war, also work the British. The British government had to make the Germans believe their spies were working. So British officials gave them mostly force information. It was called chicken feed.

The same person who protests that his working for chicken feed may also say I am working for peanuts. Seanings, she is working for a small amount of money.

It is a very different meaning from the May 1 in the dictionary. That meaning is small nuts that grow on the plant. No one knows for sure / a word for something to eat, also / mean something very small. But a peanut is very small food. The expression isn't old one. Word expert Miford Nafuse says that is early as 1854. and American publication used the words peanut /. That mean political trouble makers who did not have a lot of sport.

Another reason for the say about working for peanuts maybe linking to elephants. Think of how elephants are paid for their work in the circus. They receive food not money. One of the foods they like best is peanuts. When you / the word gallery to the word peanut. You have the name of area in the American shelter. A gallery is a high sitting area or balcony above the main flore. The peanut gallery got this name because it is the part of the shelter most distant from where the show takes place. So peanut gallery tickets usually cost less than other tickets. People pay a small amout of money for them.

This Special English program Words and their Stories was written by Jerry Watson. This is Susan Clark.

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I'm Susan Clark with Words and Their Stories, a program in Special English on the Voice of America.



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Almost every language in the world has a saying that a person can never be too rich.



Americans, like people in other countries, always want more money. One way they express this is by protesting that their jobs do not pay enough. A common expression is, "I am working for chickenfeed."  It means working for very little money.  The expression probably began because seeds fed to chickens made people think of small change.  Small change means metal coins of not much value, like nickels which are worth five cents.



An early use of the word chickenfeed appeared in an American publication in nineteen thirty. It told about a rich man and his son. Word expert Mitford Mathews says it read, "I'll bet neither the kid nor his father ever saw a nickel or a dime. They would not have been interested in such chickenfeed."



Chickenfeed also has another interesting meaning known to history experts and World War Two spies and soldiers.



Spy expert Henry S. A. Becket writes that some German spies working in London during the war also worked for the British.  The British government had to make the Germans believe their spies were working.  So, British officials gave them mostly false information. It was called chickenfeed.



The same person who protests that he is working for chickenfeed may also say, "I am working for peanuts." She means she is working for a small amount of money.



It is a very different meaning from the main one in the dictionary. That meaning is small nuts that grow on a plant.



No one knows for sure how a word for something to eat also came to mean something very small. But, a peanut is a very small food.



The expression is an old one. Word expert Mitford Mathews says that as early as eighteen fifty-four, an American publication used the words peanut agitators. That meant political troublemakers who did not have a lot of support.



Another reason for the saying about working for peanuts may be linked to elephants. Think of how elephants are paid for their work in the circus. They receive food, not money. One of the foods they like best is peanuts.



When you add the word gallery to the word peanut you have the name of an area in an American theater. A gallery is a high seating area or balcony above the main floor.



The peanut gallery got its name because it is the part of the theater most distant from where the show takes place. So, peanut gallery tickets usually cost less than other tickets. People pay a small amount of money for them.



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This Special English program, Words and Their Stories, was written by Jeri Watson. This is Susan Clark.
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I am Susan Clark with words and their stories——a program in special English on the voice of American.
Almost every language in the world has the saying that a person can never be too rich.
Americans, like people in other countries,always want more money. One way they express this is  by protesting that
their jobs do not pay enough. A common expression is “I am working for chickenfeed.” It means working for very little money. The expression probably began because seeds fed to chickens make people think of small change. Small change means mental coins of not much value,like nickels which are worth five cents.
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I’m Susan Clark with words and their stories, a program in special English on the Voice of American.

Almost every language in the world has saying that a person can never be to rich. American like people in other counties always wants more money. One way they express this is by protesting their job do not pay enough. A conmen expression is” I’m working for chicken feet.” It’s means working for very little money. The expression probably begins because thin little chickens make people think of little change, Small change means * point of not much value like nickels which are five cents.  

  An early use of the word “chicken feet” appeared in American publication in 1930. it’s told a rich man and his son. *They must not interested in chicken feet.

  “chicken feet” also has another interesting meaning known to history expert and World War Two spies and solders. Spy expert* writes German during the war also work for British. The British has to make the German believe that the spy were working. So British always give him false information, it was called ”chicken feet”.

The person who protested he working for “chicken feet” may also say “ I am working for peanuts.” He meaning he work for a small amount of money. It is a very different meaning to the first meaning in dictionary. That meaning means a small nut grown on the plat. No one was for sure which one to eat, also means something small. But peanut is a very small food.

This expression is an old one. Words and* says as early as 1854 another American publication use the words “penny and potatoes.” That means public* troubles that not have lot of support. Another reason for the saying about “peanut” may be link to elephants. Thinking of how elephants was paid for their work in the *. They would see foods not money. One of the foods they like best is peanut.

When you get* the word gallery. A gallery is a high sitting area* above the main floor. The peanut gallery got its name because it is a part of the theater most distant from where the show takes place. So peanut gallery tickets usually cost less than other tickets. People pay a small amount of money for them.
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Almost every language in the world has a saying that a person can never be too rich.

Americans, like people in other countries, always want more money. One way they express this is by protesting that their jobs do not pay enough. A common exprssion is, "I am working for chickenfeed." It means working for very little money. The expression probably began because seeds fed to chickens made people think of small change. Small change means metal coins of not much value, like nickls which are worth five cents.

A early use of the word chickenfeed appeared in an American publication in nineteen thirty.It told about a rich man and his son. Word expert mitford mathews says it read, "I'll bet neither the kid nor his father ever saw a nickel or a dime. They would not have been interested in such chickenfeed."

Chickenfeed also has another interseting meaning known to history experts and World War Two spies and soldiers.

Spy expert Hery S.A. Becket writes that some German spies working in London during the war also worked for the British. The British government had to make the Germans believe their spies were working. So, Brithish officials gave them mostly false informantion. It was called chickenfeed.

The same person who protests that he is working for chickenfeed may also say, "I am working for peanuts." She means she is working for a small amout of money.


It is a very different meaning from the main one in the dictionary. That meaning is small nuts that grow on a plant.

No one knows for sure how a word for something to eat also can to mean something very small. But, a peanut is a very small food.

The experssion is an old one. Word expert Mitford mathews says that as early as eighteen fifty-four, an American publication used the words peanut agitators. That means pllitical troublemakers who did not have a lot of support.

Another reason for the saying about working for peanuts may be linked to elephants. Think of how elephants are paid for their work in the circus. They receive food, not money. One of the foods they like best is peanuts.

When you add the word gallery to the word peanut you have the name of an area in an American theater. A gallery is a high seating area or balcny above the main floor.

The peanut gallery got its name because it is the part of the theater most distant from where the show takes place. So, peanut gallery tickets usually cost less than other tickets. People pay a small amount of money for them.
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I'm Susan Park with words and their stories, appprogrammed in Special English on the voice of America.
Almost erery language in the world has a saying that a person can never be too rich. Americans, like people in other countries, always want more money.One way they express this is by potesting that their jobs do not pay enough.

A common expression is "I'm working for chicken feed."It means working for very little money, the expression probably began because sees fed of chickens make people think of small change. Small change means metal corns of not much value like niccles which are worth 5 cents.An early of the use of the word chicken feed appeared in a period in American publication in 1930.It told about a rich man and his son. Word expert says it read I will bet neither the kid nor his father ever saw a niccle or dimn.It would not be interesting in such chicken feed. Chicken feed also has another interesting known to history experts and World War 2 spies and soilders . Spy expert as in decade writes that some German spies working in London during the war also worked for the British .The British government had to made the Germans believe their spies were working.So British officials gave them mostly false information, it was called chicken feed.
The same person who potests that he was working for chicken feed may also say I'm working for peanuts.She means she is working for small amount of money .
It is a very different meaning from a main one in the dictionary,that meaning is a small nuts that grow on a plant.
No one knows for sure how a word for something to eat also came to mean something that is small, but a peanut is a very small food . The expression is an old one , word expert said that is as early as in 1854 an American publication used the word peanut character who do not have a lot of support.Another reason of saying the word of peanuts may be linked to the elephants . Think of how elephants are paid for their work in the circus. They receive food , not money, one of the foods they like best is peanut.
When you add the word gallery to the word peanut , you have the name of an area in an American theater,a gallery is a high seating area or balcony about the main floor.
The peanut gallery got its name because it is the part of a theater most distant from where the show takes place, so peanut gallery tickets usually cost less than other tickets,people pay a small amout of money for them.
homework Words and their stories Almost every language in the world has a saying that a person can never be too rich. Americans like people in other countries always want more money. One way they express this is by protesting that their jobs do not pay enough.A common express is " I'm working for chickenfeed" .It means working for very little money.The expression probably begin because seeds fed to chicken made people think of changes. Small change means metal coins of not much value like Nickles which are worth 5 cents.A early use of the word "chickenfeed" appeared in an American publication in 1930.It told about a rich man and his son .Word expert Mathue says it read I'LL BET neither the kid of his father ever saw NICKLE OR DIME.They would not have been interested in such chickenfeed.Chickenfeed also has another interesting meaning known to history experts and world war 2 spies and soldiers. Spy expert Henry writes that song germ spies working in London during the war also worked for the British.The British government had to make the germs believe their spies were working.So British officals give them mostly false information it was called chicken feed. The same person who protests that he is working for chicenfeed may also say I 'm working for peanuts.She means she is working for a small amount of money.It is very different meaning from the main one in the dictionary that meaning is small nuts that grow on a plant. No one knows for sure how a word for something to eat also came to mean something very small ,but a peanut is a very small food. The expression is an old one. Word expert Mathue says that is as early as 1854 an American publication used the words "peanuts__AGITATOR" That man political trouble makers who did not have a lot of support .Another reason for the same about working for peanuts may be link to elephants ,think of how elephants are paid for their work in CIRCUS.They receive food not money.One of the food the like best is peanuts. When you add the word galery to the word peanut .You have the name of an areain an American theater. A galery is a high sitting area OR BALCONY above the main floor. The peanut galery got its name because it is the part of the theater most distance from where the show takes place so .So peanut galery tickets usually cost less than other tickets .People pay a small amount of money for them. dime 一角硬币 nickle 五分镍币(美国和加拿大使用的 agitator 鼓动者 balcony 阳台
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I'm Susan Clark with Words and Their Stories, a program in Special English on the Voice of America.



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Almost every language in the world has a saying that a person can never be too rich.



Americans, like people in other countries, always want more money. One way they express this is by protesting that their jobs do not pay enough. A common expression is, "I am working for chickenfeed."  It means working for very little money.  The expression probably began because seeds fed to chickens made people think of small change.  Small change means metal coins of not much value, like nickels which are worth five cents.



An early use of the word chickenfeed appeared in an American publication in nineteen thirty. It told about a rich man and his son. Word expert Mitford Mathews says it read, "I'll bet neither the kid nor his father ever saw a nickel or a dime. They would not have been interested in such chickenfeed."



Chickenfeed also has another interesting meaning known to history experts and World War Two spies and soldiers.



Spy expert Henry S. A. Becket writes that some German spies working in London during the war also worked for the British.  The British government had to make the Germans believe their spies were working.  So, British officials gave them mostly false information. It was called chickenfeed.



The same person who protests that he is working for chickenfeed may also say, "I am working for peanuts." She means she is working for a small amount of money.



It is a very different meaning from the main one in the dictionary. That meaning is small nuts that grow on a plant.



No one knows for sure how a word for something to eat also came to mean something very small. But, a peanut is a very small food.



The expression is an old one. Word expert Mitford Mathews says that as early as eighteen fifty-four, an American publication used the words peanut agitators. That meant political troublemakers who did not have a lot of support.



Another reason for the saying about working for peanuts may be linked to elephants. Think of how elephants are paid for their work in the circus. They receive food, not money. One of the foods they like best is peanuts.



When you add the word gallery to the word peanut you have the name of an area in an American theater. A gallery is a high seating area or balcony above the main floor.



The peanut gallery got its name because it is the part of the theater most distant from where the show takes place. So, peanut gallery tickets usually cost less than other tickets. People pay a small amount of money for them.



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This Special English program, Words and Their Stories, was written by Jeri Watson. This is Susan Clark.
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I am Susan Clark with Words and their Stories--a program in Special English on the Voice of America

Almost every language in the world has the same that person can never be to rich. Americans like people in other countries all with one more money.

One way they express this is by protesting their job do not pay enough. A common expression is I am working for chicken feed. It means working for very little money. The expression probably began because / feed to chickens may people think of  small change. Small change means metal coins of not much value like nickels which are worth five cents.

An early use of the word chicken feed appeard in the American publication in 1930. It told about rich man and his son. Word expert Miford Nafuse says its read--I will bad need the kid nor his father every / and nickel or /. They would not have interested in such chicken feed.

Chicken feed also has another interesting meaning knowing to history experts and World War Two spies and soldiers. Spy expert Henry S.A Bakid writes the some German spies working in London during the war, also work the British. The British government had to make the Germans believe their spies were working. So British officials gave them mostly force information. It was called chicken feed.

The same person who protests that his working for chicken feed may also say I am working for peanuts. Seanings, she is working for a small amount of money.

It is a very different meaning from the May 1 in the dictionary. That meaning is small nuts that grow on the plant. No one knows for sure / a word for something to eat, also / mean something very small. But a peanut is very small food. The expression isn't old one. Word expert Miford Nafuse says that is early as 1854. and American publication used the words peanut /. That mean political trouble makers who did not have a lot of sport.

Another reason for the say about working for peanuts maybe linking to elephants. Think of how elephants are paid for their work in the circus. They receive food not money. One of the foods they like best is peanuts. When you / the word gallery to the word peanut. You have the name of area in the American shelter. A gallery is a high sitting area or balcony above the main flore. The peanut gallery got this name because it is the part of the shelter most distant from where the show takes place. So peanut gallery tickets usually cost less than other tickets. People pay a small amout of money for them.

This Special English program Words and their Stories was written by Jerry Watson. This is Susan Clark.
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I’m Susan Clark with words and their stories, a program in special English on the Voice of American.

Almost every language in the world has saying that a person can never be to rich. American like people in other counties always wants more money. One way they express this is by protesting their job do not pay enough. A conmen expression is” I’m working for chicken feet.” It’s means working for very little money. The expression probably begins because thin little chickens make people think of little change, Small change means * point of not much value like nickels which are five cents.  

  An early use of the word “chicken feet” appeared in American publication in 1930. it’s told a rich man and his son. *They must not interested in chicken feet.

  “chicken feet” also has another interesting meaning known to history expert and World War Two spies and solders. Spy expert* writes German during the war also work for British. The British has to make the German believe that the spy were working. So British always give him false information, it was called ”chicken feet”.

The person who protested he working for “chicken feet” may also say “ I am working for peanuts.” He meaning he work for a small amount of money. It is a very different meaning to the first meaning in dictionary. That meaning means a small nut grown on the plat. No one was for sure which one to eat, also means something small. But peanut is a very small food.

This expression is an old one. Words and* says as early as 1854 another American publication use the words “penny and potatoes.” That means public* troubles that not have lot of support. Another reason for the saying about “peanut” may be link to elephants. Thinking of how elephants was paid for their work in the *. They would see foods not money. One of the foods they like best is peanut.

When you get* the word gallery. A gallery is a high sitting area* above the main floor. The peanut gallery got its name because it is a part of the theater most distant from where the show takes place. So peanut gallery tickets usually cost less than other tickets. People pay a small amount of money for them
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