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  • wait.

  • Welcome to English in a minute.

  • From home, if you fan a fire, the flames get bigger.

  • But what does this mean as an idiom?

  • Ana, what are you looking at?

  • A car stopped on the road.

  • The men are fighting.

  • Oh, no.

  • Now the women are fighting.

  • Wow, That is definitely going to fan the flames.

  • It has fanned the flames.

  • Now everyone is fighting.

  • Fanning a fire makes it stronger.

  • The same can be said about a situation to fan the flames.

  • Make something a bigger deal way often Say this when talking about problems.

  • But you can also say it about positive things, like a new romance.

  • And that's English in a minute.


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English in a Minute: Fan the Flames

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/10/23
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