How many phrases or idioms can you think of that use the word ‘chicken’

Updated on May 25, 2015 in English daily
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Do not count your chickens before they hatch means don’t make plans assuming things will happen a certain way – wait to see what happens first.
For instance: It’s not your birthday yet, so don’t count your chickens before they hatch.

What is chicken and egg situation: when it is almost impossible to say which of two things happened first, or which is the cause of the other.
For example: I seems it is hard to find a job without experience, but how to experience if you don’t give a job. It is a chicken and egg situation.

Practise your sentences in the comments.

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“Come on fight me don’t chicken out!”

“It’s not your final result of the exam, so don’t count your chicken before they hatch. i have no idea about the outside if you don’t let me go, so how can i know what it’s going on there. it is a chicken and egg situation”

“When my brother and I were playing games we broke the pot accidentally but we don’t know exactly who broke it. It is a chicken and egg situation”



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