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I’m John, an American tutor, with lots of expressions to share with you.
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Today's expression is: TO BITE OFF MORE THAN ONE CAN CHEW
It means: To take more responsibility than one can handle
Here are 2 examples of the expression, TO BITE OFF MORE THAN ONE CAN CHEW:
Example #1: Sara bit off more than she could chew when she got a second job.
Example #2: Jill thought that launching a new product so soon was biting off more than the company could chew.
Well, that’s all for today.
Thanks for listening! I hope you enjoyed “The Expression of the Day”!