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  • Welcome to English in a minute.

  • From home, Children around the world are warned.

  • Don't play with fire.

  • This is common sense.

  • It's also part of a common expression.

  • If you play with fire, you might get burned.

  • I talked to Theo yesterday.

  • He has invested most of his money in very risky stocks.

  • I see he didn't learn his lesson.

  • What lesson is that?

  • The If you play with fire, you might get burned.

  • Lesson.

  • He lost a lot of money last year doing the same thing.

  • This expression is a warning.

  • It reminds people that dangerous or risky actions often lead to trouble for themselves or for others.

  • You might also hear people just say that's playing with fire and that's English in a minute.

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English in a Minute: If You Play with Fire, You Might Get Burned

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/03/27
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