I don't know how you do it

This is a phrase that expresses respect for someone who is able to do difficult things. People often use this phrase toward people who have difficult jobs, such as:

You might also say this toward someone who has a lot of children, or someone who wakes up early every morning to exercise.

When you pronounce this phrase, the stress is on the word "how".

By the way, this phrase is a much more natural way to show respect for someone than to directly say something like "I respect you."

This phrase appears in these lessons: