Home » Learn the English Sayings TOO MANY COOKS SPOIL THE BROTH and MANY HANDS MAKE LIGHT WORK | Kinh nghiệm đơn giản nhất too many cooks spoil the broth

Learn the English Sayings TOO MANY COOKS SPOIL THE BROTH and MANY HANDS MAKE LIGHT WORK | Kinh nghiệm đơn giản nhất too many cooks spoil the broth

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  1. Cool phrases teacher Bob! Never heard them before and, oddly enough, i can't find any equivalents in my native tongue (Ukrainian). We only have the phrase "collective irresponsability". Because when too many people work on the same task, nobody's really responsible for the final result. I consider myself a responsable and hard-working person, so i oftenly use this phrase to avoid collective tasks with people who are less responsible and hard-working 🙂

  2. Hi, Mr Bob, thanks for your lessons. Today, I learned the word broth and its idioms use. I wonder, what the difference between broth and soup?

  3. Wow, it's very interesting. We have a similar proverb . Too many sailors make the boat get to the mountain. It's a Korean proverb. It means too many leaders make things worse. ^^

  4. Hi Bob,
    the phrases you explained in this video are very interesting.
    It is very important to work as a team so MANY HANDS MAKE LIGHT WORK.

    Your lessons help me a lot to improve my English.I send you a greeting from Guatemala

  5. Hey Bob! First of all, I really have such a great time watching your lessons. Thank you so much for helping us on learning English. In Portuguese we also have two expressions that convey the same ideas presenting in the two sentences of today’s lesson. Basically we use the “cooks” one if we think that it would be better if we have fewer people heading the situation, whereas we would pick the “hands” one if we think the job would be easier to do if more people work together. Looking forward to watching the next one! See you

  6. Great expressions, it came up on YouTube, I'm happy. I was too young as a child when I was carrying hay on my grandparents'place… We had fun but just because we didn't have to work like adults.

  7. When I am cooking, I absolutely don't like to have another cook in my kitchen, I believe too many cooks spoil the broth.
    And when I was a child, I was assigned to wash all the windows of our three-floor house by my father before the luner new year and I hated it so much. I did be looking forward to having as many hands as possible to make light work.
    Talking about farming, one of my older brothers used to farm lily field, that's why I could understand the challenges of farming. And we have an idom in Taiwan to describe one of those challenges , it's "看天吃飯", it literally means "meal or no meal, depends on the weather".
    I'm wondering that if it's suitable using greenhouses in Teacher Bob's grand garden?🙂

  8. Thank you so much teacher Bob.I am feeling very honour to see my name and comment in this video. Its really made my day.I don't know how many times I share this video.Give my greetings to your family.Thanks you again teacher.

  9. Are there two opposite opinions on collaboration? IMHO, the first is about sharing responsibility, and the second is about really hard work. There are similar sayings in Russian. Thank you Robert! Hope the weather will be good soon.

  10. Hi bob i am sachin bhande big fan of you i will be so ecstatic if you pronounce my name in your next video because indian are always in nostalgia to be pronounced name by foreigner please please

  11. Hi teacher bob…
    It's a interesting video..
    There are also such idioms and phrases in our regional languages..😊 that similar to this phrase.

    Hope you share more idioms and phrases.. and it's usages in the situations.

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