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SHEEP (Today's video has no words, but since it features sheep, we thought you might be interested in these expressions.)

If you say that people are behaving like sheep, you mean that that they are just doing what other people are doing without thinking about it.

If you stare into the sky, people act like sheep and look too.

A member of the family who is unusual or considered a failure is called a black sheep.

He's the black sheep of the family - he left school early and became an artist.

To sort the sheep from the goats is to find out who is good at something and who is not.

The end of year exam always sorts the sheep from the goats.
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