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Idioms in English - Do You Understand English?

Updated on October 11, 2015

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Being a Kid

Those were the days, weren't they? How'd that song go, we lived the life we choose, we fight and never lose, those were the days, oh yes those were the days.

Na, na, na, na, na, na. Those words said it all. We sang them. Thank you, Mary Hopkins. You led a generation in song.

Oh, there were others, too. There were a lot of singers that sang songs that were good at pointing out lost youth.

Like the - Hurry, don't be late. I can hardly wait, I said to myself when we're old, we'll go dancing in the dark, walking through the park and remenincing.

Those Were the Days My Friend

I Will Find Some More

Bobby Bare was a good one. Put another log on the fire. And that song, The Streak. Who was that by? Stevens? I'll have to look it up.

Reminiscing

And He Ain't Wearing No Clothes

Then We Grow Up and Become an Adult

Oh, pooh. Who decided that that was the answer. The following song is very close to reality. I remember a lot of people thinking it was quite daring.


Put Another Log on the Fire

How About You

Do you understand English?

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