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Hello, I’m a very interesting and intelligent man. And today I’m getting together with some of my feathered friends to teach you a thing or two about English idioms. I bet you’ve never been taught by a bird before.

 

You might think the birds are not very clever and so not very good teachers. And you’re right. I mean… Look at them. Their heads are tiny. And a tiny head means a tiny brain.

 

So in English we call someone who isn’t very bright “birdbrain”.

 

Birdbrain -- something I’ve never been called.

 

Another thing you may have noticed about birds is that they can fly, which is very clever considering they are birdbrains. Now imagine the view a bird can get when it’s flying. Here’s a bird high in the sky, and here’s the ground. Marvelous! They can see everything. So come on. What do you think the idiom “to have a bird’s eye view” means? That’s right. It means to be able to see very clearly from a high place.

 

What’s that you say? Really? Oh… Em… Is that right? I’ve got some very interesting information. Would you like to know who told me? Well, didn’t you see? A little bird told me.

 

I can use this idiom when I want to give you some information but I don’t want you to know who told me.

 

A little bird told me.

 

Some very interesting information about you.


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[ 本帖最后由 jessiyear 于 2008-11-1 22:32 编辑 ]

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bird idiom

Hello. I am a very interesting and intelligent man. And today I am getting together with some of my feather friends to teach you a single or two about English idioms. I bet you have never been taught by a bird before.

You might think that birds are not very clever. And so not very good teachers and you are right. I mean, look at them, their heads are tiny, and a tiny head means a tiny brain. So in English, we call somebody who isn't bright, "bird brain". "Bird brain", something I have never been called.

Another thing you may have noticed about bird is that they can fly, which is very clever, considering their bird brains. Now imagine the view a birds can get when it's flying. Here is the bird , high in the sky and here is ground. Marvelous. they can see everything. So, come on, what do you think the idiom "to have a bird's eye view" means? That's right. It means to be able to see very clearly from a high place. What's that you say? Is that right? I got some very interesting information. Would you like to know who told me? Well, didn't you see? A little bird told me. I can use this idiom when I want to give you some information but I don't want you to know who told me. A little bird told me some very interesting information about you.

//您好,下次头贴贴出后,请勿再次修改,以免影响他人改稿~!  ----jessiyear
[ 本帖最后由 jessiyear 于 2008-10-9 14:31 编辑 ]
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Hello, I’m a very interesting and intelligent man. And today I’m getting together with some of my feathered friends to teach you a thing or two about English idioms. I bet you’ve never been taught by a bird before. You might think that birds are not very clever and so not very good teachers. And you are right, I mean, look at them. Their heads are tiny and a tiny head means a tiny brain. So in English, we call someone who isn’t very bright bird brain.

 

Bird brain--something I’ve never been called.

 

Another thing you may have noticed about birds is that they can fly which is very clever considering their bird brains. Now imagine the view a bird can get when it’s flying.

 

Here is a bird high in the sky and here is the ground. Marvelous, they can see everything. So come on. What do you think the idiom to have a bird’s eye view means. That’s right, it means to be able to see very clearly from a high place.

 

What’s that you say? Really, Oh, Um. Is that right? I’ve got some very interesting information. Would you like to know who told me? Well, didn’t you see? A little bird told me. I can use this idiom when I want to give you some information but I don’t want you to know who told me.

 

A little bird told me some very interesting information about you.


// 头贴下次争取, zkdaisy的作业不错~~~   ----jessiyear

[ 本帖最后由 jessiyear 于 2008-10-9 14:33 编辑 ]
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on shenma

Hello. I am an very interesting and intelligent man. And today I am getting together with some of my feathered friends to teach you a thing or two about English idioms. I bet you have never been taught by a bird before.

You might think that birds are not very clever. And so not very good teachers and you are right. I mean, look at them, their heads are tiny, and a tiny head means a tiny brain. So in English, we call somebody who isn't very bright, "bird brain". "Bird brain", something I have never been called.

Another thing you may have noticed about birds is that they can fly, which is very clever, considering their bird brains. Now imagine the view a birds can get when it's flying. Here is the bird , high in the sky and here is the ground. Marvelous. they can see everything. So, come on, what do you think the idiom "to have a bird's eye view'' means? That's right. It means to be able to see very clearly from a high place. What's that you say? Really, oh, um. Is that right? I've got some very interesting information. Would you like to know who told me? Well, didn't you see? A little bird told me. I can use this idiom when I want to give you some information but I don't want you to know who told me. A little bird told me some very interesting information about you.
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HOME WORK Hello. I am an very interesting and intelligent man. And today I am getting together with some of my feather friends to teach you a single or two about English idioms. I bet you have never been taught by a bird before. You might think that birds are not very clever. And so not very good teachers and you are right. I mean, look at them, their heads are tiny, and a tiny head means a tiny brain. So in English, we call somebody who isn't bright, "bird brain". "Bird brain", someone I have never been called. Another thing you may have noticed about bird is that they can fly, which is very clever, considering their bird brains. Now imagine the view a birds can get when it's flying. Here is a bird high in the sky and here is ground. Marvelous. they can see everything. So, come on, what do you think the idiom to have a bird's eye view means? That's right. It means to be able to see very clearly from a high place. What's that you say?really?oh.em. Is that right? I got some very interesting information. Would you like to know who told me? Well, didn't you see? A little bird told me. I can use this idiom when I want to give you some information but I don't want you to know who told me. A little bird told me some very interesting information about you.

On Zkdaisy

 Hello. I am a very interesting and intelligent man. And today I am getting together with some of my feather friends to teach you a single or two about English idioms. I bet you have never been taught by a bird before.

You might think that birds are not very clever. And so not very good teachers and you are right. I mean, look at them, their heads are tiny, and a tiny head means a tiny brain. So in English, we call somebody who isn't bright, "bird brain".

 

"Bird brain", something I have never been called.

Another thing you may have noticed about birds.It's that they can fly, which is very clever, considering their bird brains. Now imagine the view a birds can get when it's flying. Here is the bird , high in the sky and here is ground. Marvelous. they can see everything. So, come on, what do you think the idiom "to have a bird's high view" means? That right. It means to be able to see very clearly from a high place. What's that you say? Really?er...em...Is that right? I got some very interesting information. Would you like to know who told me? Well, didn't you see? A little bird told me. I can use this idiom when I want to give you some information but I don't want you to know who told me. A little bird told me some very interesting information about you.

[ 本帖最后由 yaxi1218 于 2008-10-9 11:28 编辑 ]
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homework

Hello, I'm a very interesting an intelligent man. And today I'm getting together with some of mine feather friends to teach you a thing or two about English idioms.

 

I bet you have never been taught by a bird before. You might think the birds are not very clever and so not very good teachers. And you are wise, I mean, look at them, their heads are tiny. And tiny head means tiny brain. So, in English, we call someone who isn't very bright " bird brain". Something l've not been called.

 

Another thing you might have noticed about birds is that they can fly, which is very clever considering that bird brains. Now, imaging the view a bird can get when it is flying. Here's a bird high in the sky and here's the ground. Marvilous, they can see everything. So, come on, what do you think the idiom "to have a bird's eye view" means. That's right, it means to be able to see very clearly from a high place.

 

What's that you say? Oh.....Is that right? I've got some very interesting information. Would you like to know who told me? Well, didn't you see a little bird told me. I can use this idiom when I want to give you some information but I don't want you to know who told me. "A little bird told me" some very interesting information about you.

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Homework

Hello,I'm a very interesting and intelligent man.And today I'm getting together with some of my feather friends to teach you a thing or two about English idioms.

 

I beg you've never been taught by a bird before.You might think the birds are not very clever and so,not very good teachers.

 

And you are right. I mean, look at them, their heads are tiny and a tiny head means a tiny brain. So, in English, we call someone who isn't very bright "bird brain".

 

Bird brain.Something I have never been called.

 

Another thing you may have noticed about birds is that they can fly which is very clever considering that bird brains.

 

Now, imagine the view a bird can get when it's flying.Here's the bird high in the sky and here's the ground. Marvellous, they can see everything.

 

So, come on,what do you think the idiom "to have a bird's eye view" means? That's right, it means to be able to see very clearly from a high place. What's that you see?....Is that right?

 

I've got some very interesting expressions. Would you like to know who told me? Well, didn't you see a little bird told me?

 

I can use this idiom when I want to give you some information. But I don't want you to know who told me.

"A little bird told me"  some very interesting information about you!

[ 本帖最后由 lesehe 于 2008-10-9 12:27 编辑 ]
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On Kittylei

Hello, I'm a very interesting and intelligent man. And today I'm getting together with some of my feather friends to teach you a thing or two about English idioms.

 

I bet you've never been taught by a bird before. You might think the birds are not very clever and so not very good teachers. And you are right, I mean, look at them, their heads are tiny. And a tiny head means a tiny brain. So, in English, we call someone who isn't very bright " bird brain". Something l've not been called.

 

Another thing you might have noticed about birds is that they can fly, which is very clever considering that bird brains. Now, imagine the view a bird can get when it's flying. Here's a bird high in the sky and here's the ground. Marvellous, they can see everything. So, come on, what do you think the idiom "to have a bird's eye view" means. That's right, it means to be able to see very clearly from a high place.

 

What's that you say? Oh.....Is that right? I've got some very interesting information. Would you like to know who told me? Well, didn't you see a little bird told me. I can use this idiom when I want to give you some information but I don't want you to know who told me. "A little bird told me" some very interesting information about you. 


//你好,请在最新修改稿的基础上改稿,勿擅自另选一篇homework进行修改。 下次发现,可要当违反本版规则处理哦~~~   ----jessiyear

[ 本帖最后由 jessiyear 于 2008-10-9 14:58 编辑 ]
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HW

Hello,I'm a very interesting and intelligent man.And today I'm getting together with some my father friends to teach you a thing or two about English idioms.I bet you've never been taught by birds before.

You might think the birds are not very clever and so  not a very good  teachers.And you're right.I mean ,look at them.Their heads are tiny.And the tiny heads means  tiny brains.So,in English,we call someone who isn't bright "birdbrain".

"Bird brain".Something I have never been told.

Another thing,you may have noticed about birds is that they can fly,which is very clever considering that bird brains.Now ,imagine the view a bird can get when it's flying.

This is the bird ,high in the sky. And here is the groud.Marvellous,they can see everything.So,come on, what do  you think the idiom"To have the bird's eye view" means?That's right!It menas to be able to see very clearly from a high place.

What's that you say?Really?Oh...It's that right.I've got some very interesting information.Would you like to know who told me?Well,don't you see?A little bird told me.I can use this idiom when I want to give you some information.But I don't want you to know who told me.

"A little bird told me."Some very intersting about you.

 

 

Home work

Hello, I am a very interesting and an intelligent man.

 

And today, I am getting together with some of my best fear friends to teacher you a thing or two English idioms. I bet you never been told bird before.

 

You might think the birds are not very clever and not very good teachers. I mean look at them, Their heads are tiny, and tiny head means tiny brian. So in english we call someone who isn’t very bright’urge brian’ .

 

Bird Brian’something I never been called. Another thing you may notice about birds is they can fly. Which is very clever considering their bird brains.

 

Now image if you bird can get ones fly. This is bird, I am sky, and here is the ground. Marvblous, they can see everyything. So come on, what do you think the idiom ‘to have a birds eye view’means, that’s right , it means to be able to see very clearly from a very high place. What’s that you to say, really, it’s that right.

 

I got some very interesting inflation. Would you like to know who told me? Well, Did you say a little bird told me, I can use this idiom whever I want to give you some information, I don’t want you to know who told me. ‘A little bird told me some very interesting information about you’.

[ 本帖最后由 ellenguo 于 2008-10-9 13:29 编辑 ]

homework

hello, I am a very interesting an intelligent man, and today i am getting together with some of my feather friends to teach you a single or two about English idioms.I bet you have never been taught by a bird before.
  You might think the birds are not very clever and so not very good teachers and you are right,look at them, their heads are tiny and a tiny brain means a tiny brain,so in english we call somebody isn't very bright.
  Bird brain, bird brain, something i have never called. Another thing you may notice about birds is that they can fly which is very clever considering their bird brains. Now inmagine the view the bird can get when it's flying. Here is a bird, high in the sky and here is ground. Marvelous,they can see everything.So come on ,what do you think the idiom "to have a bird's of eye view"means?That is right, it means to be able to see very clearly from the high place.
  what is that you say? is that right? well,i got some fairly interesting questions.would you like who told me didn't you see a little bird tells me i can use this idiom when i want to give useful information.But i don't want to use you to know who told me, a little bird told me some very interesting information about you.
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Hello! I'm a very interesting and intelligent man.And today I'm getting together with some of my further friends to teach you a single or two  about English idioms . I bet you've never been told about birds before . The birds are not very  clever and  not so good  for teachers. And in your eyes, i mean ,look at them, their heads are tiny. And a tiny heads means a tiny brain,so in English we calll someone who isn't not bright enough  "bird brain".

Something i have never been called.

Another thing you might havenoticed about  birds  that they can fly which is very clever considerring their bird brains.Now the imaging of you ,the bird can get ons's fly.Now this is bird and this is sky and here is the ground, obviously, they can see everything.So what do you think the idiom"to have a bird's eye view"means.That's right, it means you can see very clearly from a high pose.

what's that do you say? I've got some very interesting information.Would'ld you like to know who told me. Well , didn't you see " A little bird told me.“I can use this idiom. I want to give you some information but i don't want you know who told me . Some very interesting information . About you!

 本人第一次发帖,希望能遇到更多英语学习爱好者,大家共同进步。

HW

Hello,I am a very interesting and intelligent man.

 

And today I am getting together with some of my feathered friends to teach you a thing or two about English idioms.I bet you have never been taught by a bird before.You might think the birds are not very clever and so are not very good teachers.And you're right,I mean.Look at them,their heads are tiny.And the tiny head means tiny brain.So in English we call someone isn't very bright birdbrain.Something I have never been called.

 

Anthoer thing you have noticed about bird is that they can fly which is very clever considered the wings.Now image the view a bird can get when it flies.Here is the bird,here is the sky,and here is the ground.Marvelous,they can see everything.So come on,what do you think the idiom to have a bird's eye view means? That's right,it means to be able to see very clearly from a high place.

 

What's that you see?Really,oh.Is that right?I have got some very interesting questions.Would you like to know he told me?Well,didn't you see?A little bird told me.I can use this idiom when I get some information but I don't want you to know who told me.A little bird told me some very interesting information about you.

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on yaxi1218

Hello. I’m a very interesting and intelligent man. And today I’m getting together with some of my feathered friends to teach you a thing or two about English idioms. I bet you’ve never been taught by a bird before.

You might think that birds are not very clever and so not very good teachers and you are right. I mean, look at them, their heads are tiny, and a tiny head means a tiny brain. So in English, we call somebody who isn't bright, "birdbrain".

 

"Birdbrain", something I’ve never been called.

Another thing you may have noticed about birds is that they can fly, which is very clever /,/ considering they are birdbrains. Now imagine the view a bird can get when it's flying. Here is the bird , high in the sky and here is ground. Marvelous. They can see everything. So, come on, what do you think the idiom "to have a bird's eye view" means? That right. It means to be able to see very clearly from a high place.


What's that you say? Really? Oh...em...Is that right? I’ve got some very interesting information. Would you like to know who told me? Well, didn't you see? A little bird told me.


I can use this idiom when I want to give you some information but I don't want you to know who told me. A little bird told me. Some very interesting information about you.



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