129 – 5 Idioms Using DO – English Idiom Lesson

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Do is a pretty common verb in English and there are a lot of different uses and expressions with do. For today’s English lesson, I’m going to show you five different idioms with do. Check it out!

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Comments 4

  1. Hi Michael,
    Which cases do you say “do “the” ~”? ”do the dishes” only?
    Thank you for giving us useful lessons every day!

  2. Hi Michael

    Nice Podcats. I like it so much. Although I don´t know the mind of some phrasal verbs, the phrasal verbs relate with do are my favorite. In my personal case, I like and prefer to do much English homework, because it´s a good way to improve my English skills

    By the way, this is my answer´s listening challenge:

    Michael thinks that doing homework has many benefits, like when people do homework they can remember what they studied. On the other hand, Michael doesn´t like to do housework. He hates doing housework. So, as he likes to clean the house, he has to do housework. However, He prefers doing homework over doing housework any time.

    Every day, I doing my homework and sometimes I help my wife doing housework and doing dishes. But I don´t like doing laundry.

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