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  • it's time again for your minute or less English lesson.

  • Have you ever heard the idiom?

  • It's not rocket science.

  • This idiom means it's not complicated.

  • How common is this idiom?

  • It's used quite a bit.

  • I looked it up on your English and saw 352 examples in American English.

  • Here's an example of when I might use it.

  • I used to live in New York City, and I remember my mom visited me, and she was intimidated by taking the subway by herself.

  • I said, Mom, it's not rocket science.

  • There are signs everywhere and I'll give you a map.

  • It's not that complicated.

  • That's it.

  • It's not rocket science for very simple steps that you can use to learn anything.

  • It's not rocket science.

  • These tools are obvious, and people want them.

  • What do you think?

  • Are you going to be able to use the city?

  • Um, I think you can.

  • It's pretty easy.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/02/27
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