Learn English With A Useful Time Saving Idiom Ep 563

08.11.2022 - By Learn English Through Listening

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An easy to follow English lesson about an idiom used when you invest a little of your time, to you save far more. Time  is a precious commodity. It’s the one thing we can’t get more of, unless  you live in a sci-fi movie. We’re all busy. We all want to save time.  And that’s what this idiom is about saving time by spending it wisely. I  explain it all with the help of an interesting cautionary tale.
An English Idiom All About Spending A Little Time To Save A Lot Of Time
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Today’s  idiom is one I used after a minor disaster in my garden. In this lesson  we talk about English idioms, how native English speakers would use  these idioms in everyday English. As always, there are lots of examples  and an interesting story to help you remember the idiom and any unusual  vocabulary.
The English language has lots of idioms that offer  wisdom on how you invest your time or money. For example, “penny wise  and pound foolish,” which means that you’re being cheap when it comes to  saving money, but that’s costing you more in the long run. If you spend  a little time now to save lots later, then that’s not being penny wise  and pound foolish
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