This originated exactly where it sounds like it did. The first people who noticed this truth were farmers with apple trees! Nowadays, we use this as an idiom which means that the children are going to be like their parents. If someone in your neighborhood is a bad person who steals, and you catch his son one day trying to steal something, you would say"The apple does not fall far from the tree."
It doesnt matter how high it is, you could fall and hit your temple and kill yourself at ground level but its probably 1 story high that would kill you for good
Isaac Newton came up with the idea. "Many people saw the apple fall, Newton asked why". Bernard Baruch.
you use it every day. the apple does not float of the world. using logic, you can realize that gravity in place, and you wont fall off either
(y/5) + 8 would be considered a binomial, as there is two terms. Just the same as 3x + 8. Those fall under binomials as well.
It does not necessarily fall.
It refers to to the saying "the apple doesn't fall far from the tree". "the apple always falls further from the tree than you think" means that a child (the apple) is not always going to fall into the path set by the parent (the tree). This phrase is saying that though the apple seems to be very close, it is farther away than it seems.
No it was from the fall of Adam.
an idiom is a saying that doesnt mean what it says. and example is someone saying the apple doesnt fall far from the tree, the are not actually talking about apples and trees they are usually talking about a parent and child relationship.
"Fall In" is short for "Fall into Formation". Same for "Fall Out". Not sure who originated the longer version of the phrase.
If you are sitting under an apple tree then a apple might as well fall on you dumbo
Yes, apples fall from apple trees. Of course, they are often picked before they fall.
apple apple tree apple cider apple pie
well in fall its not sunny so it doesnt get the light it needs neither does it rain much in fall so it also doesnt get the it needs
It means your just like your father. You look like him, act like him almost like they saying of "The Apple Doesn't Fall Far From The Tree"
the earth doesnt fall.
yes they do :)