Dime a Dozen

Welcome to English in a minute where we teach you about idioms in American English.If you have heard American English,you have probably heard this:It’s a dime a dozen.What does this phrase mean? Let’s find out.There’s no need for you to pay $20 for that hair brush,it’s too expensive.Why not? I really need it.The store down the street has them at a dime a dozen! Come on,I’ll show you.When you say something is “a dime a dozen,”it means that there’s a lot of it,it doesn’t cost much,or that it isn’t special.It’s a dime a dozen.This is a common way of saying that something is so easy to get that is doesn’t have much value.And that’s English in a minute.

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