Yellow-Bellied - English Idioms


The idiom "yellow-bellied" refers to a coward or cowardly behavior, for example: My brother called me yellow-bellied when I didn't want to touch the spider in the attic.

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I think many things learned in this unit such as for instance the importance of classroom arrangement, taking into consideration the background of students when dealing with problem behavior, controlling TTT and STT will make the teaching process easier. Some of the characteristics of a good teacher mentioned in this unit motivated me to improve myself.Unit 16 talks about grammar conditionals. There are five main conditionals. I will review a few of the conditionals. Zero Conditional refers to actions and facts that are irrefutable. First Conditional talks about a real situation in the future that is probable has been satisfied. Second Conditional communicates a present or future 'unreal\" situation.

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