07 everyday expressions with 'NO' - Improve your English - English lessons by Niharika.
In this English lesson by Niharika you will learn English phrases with the word NO which are used in everyday English conversation. Practice these phrases to improve your English speaking skills.
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No Big Deal : Used to indicate that something is of little consequence.
Eg: We have to pay a little extra for the tickets, it's no big deal.
No Hard feelings : No feeling of being upset or angry
Eg: I hope you don't have any hard feelings after the meeting yesterday.
No kidding : Used to express surprise or disbelief
Eg: He actually proposed to her in front of the entire office, no kidding!
No offence : Generally accompanies a statement that could be regarded as insulting but is not meant to be.
Eg: Excuse the comment last evening , no offence meant.
No pain no gain : It is necessary to suffer or work hard in order to succeed
Eg: I need to hit the gym regularly now, as they say , no pain no gain.
No way : Certainly not
Eg: There's no way our candidate will lose these elections
No wonder : It is not surprising
Eg: Your first trip to London ? No wonder you're so excited!
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