1. behind one’s back

Today we are going to learn “behind one’s back”. It means hiding something from someone.
eg:
A: Did you hear that Anne went out with Arthur?
B: I know. And she did it behind Bernard’s back!

2. Practice makes perfect

Another phrase is “practice makes perfect”. It means engaging in an activity again and again to improve the skills.
eg:
A: I just can’t speak English.
B: Practice makes perfect. It is true in anything.

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