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January 15 [Tue], 2008, 3:58
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Greetings to everyone!
Ifm Lisa Vogt, your host.
If we say that a person has brains it means that he or she is clever
or intelligent.
We can also say that someone is brainy, like a brainy mathematician,
or that someone is brains like, gBobby is the brains of our working group.h
Todayfs Word Watcher phrase is gbeat onefs brains out.h
And it means to try very hard to understand, figure out, remember
or study something by thinking rather than by doing.
For Example.
(The engineering students beat their brains out
to create the award-winning robot.)
(She beat her brains out during the five-hour examination.)
(Ifve been beating my brains out all week trying
to figure out a way to operate this machine.)
One way to remember this phrase might be to imagine a stick inside onefs brain
that is being used to beat at different sections of the brain,
to stimulate or retrieve stored information.
Listen to a sample dialogue.
(The football team beat their brains out coming up with a new formation.
How did it work?
Fabulously! By the time the opponent figured out what we were doing,
it was too late for them to catch up with us.
Congratulations.)
When studying English with Tidbits in English, do you have
to beat your brains out?
Or is it easy and effortless for you?

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