Useful everyday English idioms / keep your chin up / do not sweat it / cool your jets

Useful everyday English idioms / keep your chin up / do not sweat it / cool your jets


Welcome back to another idiom video!
Alright, and our first video for today is, “Keep your chin up!”
What does, “Keep your chin up,” mean? Well, keep your chin up means to be positive.
Not just to do this and put your chin up right? It means to be positive or think positive.
Okay, in our example we have, person A and person B.
Alright, person A says, “I keep losing in this game!”
Right, person B says, “Keep your chin up!” “You will win someday.”
Our second idiom for today is, “Don’t sweat it.” Alright, what does, “Don’t sweat it,” mean? Does it mean to not sweat?
Actually, no. Right, it means, don’t worry about it.
Right, it’s no problem. So, in our example here, we have person A
and person B. Okay, and person A says, “I didn’t bring the
money I owe you!” Person B says, “Don’t sweat it!” “Bring it
next time.” Meaning, don’t worry about it.
And our third idiom for today is, “cool your jets.” What does cool your jets mean? You can’t cool your jets, you don’t have a
jet pack right on your back, right? Cool your jets means to calm down.
Alright, so in our example, we have person A, person B.
I hate John and I want to kill him. Person B says, cool your jets, meaning to
calm down. Thanks for watching our video today!
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