👨🏫 English Lesson for English4All Students
Today, we’re going to talk about the title of this page, «Worth a shot.» This is an idiomatic expression that means trying something even if you’re not sure it will work. It’s similar to saying «it’s worth trying» or «it’s worth a try.»
For example, imagine you are trying to fix your computer and you don’t know what’s wrong. You could say, «I’m not sure if this will work, but it’s worth a shot to restart the computer.» This means that you’re going to try restarting the computer because it might fix the problem, even though you’re not certain.
We use this expression often when we want to encourage people to try something new or take a risk. For instance, if you’re trying to learn a new language, you might say «I’m nervous to speak with a native speaker, but it’s worth a shot to practice with them.»
Every Friday, people from different parts of the world come together in a conversational club to practice their English. This is a great opportunity to meet new people and practice speaking English. If you’re nervous or unsure about joining, remember that it’s worth a shot to try something new and practice your skills!
I hope this explanation helps you understand the meaning of «worth a shot.» Keep practicing your English, and don’t be afraid to take risks! 🚀