The Early Bird – One Point American Idiom Lesson

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What does The Early Bird mean? Here is a one-point lesson to help you learn this English!
The Early Bird is an idiom that a person who likes to wake up early. You can also use early bird to mean a person who wakes up early because they have to for work or school, even if they don’t like to do that.

  • Jim works on a farm so he is an early bird.
  • You can get a lot done

How about you? Do you know anyone who is an early bird?
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