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  • welcome to English in a minute.

  • From home, I tried to grow potatoes.

  • This year.

  • They were extremely small.

  • But do you know what small potatoes means as an idiom?

  • Jonathan, Last night's storm was crazy.

  • My electricity kept shutting off.

  • Losing power is small potatoes compared to what happened to my neighbor.

  • Ah, huge tree fell on her house and her car and her dog got scared and ran away.

  • Small potatoes describe something that's not very important in comparison with other situations.

  • You can use it to show that a problem is insignificant or minor.

  • You can also sometimes use it to express that something actually is small in size or amount.

  • And that's English in a minute, yeah.

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English in a Minute: Small Potatoes

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/10/25
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