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John Sailors Oct 15
Weather Idioms 1. A “fair-weather friend” is a person who(m) ___. A. you see a lot at the beach B. you can always rely on C. isn’t reliable in bad times D. sells umbrellas
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John Sailors Oct 17
Autumn Weather Idioms Many English students learn "rain cats and dogs" early on, but do you know "rain" verbs? 3. If it is "raining cats and dogs," it is ___. A. sprinkling B. pouring C. drizzling D. hailing
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John Sailors Oct 11
Idioms: See 5. A used-car salesman tried to get me to buy a beat-up old truck, but I saw right ___ him. A. in B. ahead of C. through D. at
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Daria Storozhilova Oct 16
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Alex Goukassian Oct 17
If something is a "no brainer," then it should be pretty obvious to you.
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TheRedneckIntellectual Oct 15
What are the 20 most important that any red-blooded American school child should be able to use in everyday speech and writing?
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John Sailors Oct 16
Autumn Idioms 2. If Jane is feeling “under the weather,” ___. A. it is raining B. the weather isn’t good enough C. she is sick D. she doesn’t have enough money ___
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Alex Goukassian Oct 16
If your best friends says that he is "as fit as a fiddle," then he means that he is very healthy.
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Alex Goukassian Oct 16
"If you can't live with it and you can't live without it," then it's probably something that you need... a lot.
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Alex Goukassian Oct 17
If you have "egg on your face," then you look stupid because of something embarrassing you have done.
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Alex Goukassian Oct 18
If someone is "pulling your leg," they are lying to you in a funny or playful way.
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Idiom Land Oct 16
Can’t wait for a video example? Our of the day is “Pushing up daisies”, which means “to be dead.“
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John Sailors Oct 15
It's autumn. For many people that means the beginning of colder and rainier weather, though sometimes we have fair (not too hot, cold, or rainy) weather this time of year. Learn to complain or not complain about fall weather in English.
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Alex Goukassian Oct 17
If something is "old hat," then it is old fashioned and probably not popular anymore.
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Italian with Susanna 11h
The idiom "sopra le righe" refers to someone who's too exuberant and unsophisticated, who can't read social cues or takes them at face value. It also qualifies something simplistic and too showy. In many contexts, it translates as "over-the-top".
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Prepare your C1 Oct 16
⏩⏩⏩⏩ IDIOMS⏪⏪⏪⏪ 📚 TIME TO TEST YOURSELF! 😨 🖊Write your translation in the comments section below 👇 @grupo_vaughan
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Mixed Idioms 1h
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Mixed Idioms 1h
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تعلم الانجليزية | LEARN English 8h
– Pick somebody’s brain 🧠 Meaning – To obtain information by asking someone questions. 🧔 I've just bought a 3D printer and I have no idea how to use it. Can I pick your brain later? 👩‍🦰 Sure thing!
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Maria Rita Cecelle 8h
Bloody ESLearning 🎃👻
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