Johnny is always dreaming of becoming rich, so Fadi's big idea excites him! What is Fadi's business proposition, and will it make them millionaires?

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Dear Sir,
I need help to understand concept of some dialogues.help me to explain.
1:i am all ears...what do you mean by this sentence????
2:Such faith,at least listen to me...what is concept of such faith here???
3:Not a bad idea,Use our own natural resources,like...what is concept of word "like" at end of sentence???

Plz help me to explain these concept.
Thank you

Hello Mohammad Shahzad,

'I am all ears' is an idiom meaning 'I'm listening very carefully' or 'I'm very interested in what you have to say'.

2. 'Such faith...' is an ironic comment.  The speaker (Fadi) is saying that the other person should trust him or believe him.

3. This is a very informal way of speaking in certain regions, especially London and some other large cities.  The word 'like' is used at the end of a sentence or part of a sentence and it means something like 'you mean'.

I hope that helps to clarify it for you.

Best wishes,

 

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

Hello,
i am new learner on this site.
I want to know that when people speak hi,there.
So what do you mean by word there in greetings.

Hello Mohammad Shahzad and welcome to LearnEnglish!

There is no particular meaning to the individual word in the phrase; the whole phrase 'Hi there' (or 'Hello there') is simply a common way of greeting someone.  It's a little like 'How do you do?' in that there's no point trying to break it into individual words - just learn the phrase as a whole item.

Best wishes,

 

Peter

The LearnEnglish Team

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