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Serenity Carr Sep 14
Replying to @BookishLex
see your way (clear) to the other way around the way the way/ways of the world way of life way to go work your way
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Sibel Aybek Oct 12
Hilarious idioms from different languages:
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Lon Casler Bixby Sep 20
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English Study Oct 13
▶️ Idiom – Hit the nail on the head 🌐 Meaning – To be exactly right about something. Find exactly the right answer. 🗣️ "My brother said that I'd probably get 75% in my English test. He hit the nail on the head!"
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Learner's Dictionary Oct 20
Idiom: be pushing up daisies = to be dead We'll all be pushing up daisies by the time the government balances the budget.
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Learn English Oct 16
Who is going to pay? Who will ____ the bill?💰💵
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John Sailors Oct 17
A quick (and short) history of baseball, in simple English with language notes: Baseball most likely grew from a British game called rounders, a similar bat-and-ball game in which players …
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Learner's Dictionary Oct 19
Idiom: the apple of someone's eye = a person or thing that someone loves very much His daughter is the apple of his eye.
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The YUNiversity Sep 27
Here are five involving weather. via ☁⚡☔❄
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Dilo en Inglés Oct 13
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Petra VC Oct 12
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acm Oct 15
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The YUNiversity Oct 10
“Band together” = to join together to do something better “Bandy about” = to discuss something in a casual way Different fandoms *banded together* 👫 to stop haters from *bandying about* racism and sexism.
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Cambridge ELT Sep 27
We're back with another food idioms challenge for you as part of ! Can you guess what it is? Comment below!
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Italian with Susanna Oct 27
La relazione a distanza= Long-distance relationship
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English Lesson Skype Sep 22
Increase your confidence in dealing with phrasal verbs. Learn 16 phrasal verbs with DOWN ➡️ #englishgrammarhttps://buff.ly/2nJq3Bl
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JMB Sep 23
Here's another nice one, with no English equiv. that I can think of (but others no doubt will): det går ikke altid som præsten prædiker Literally, 'It doesn't always go as the priest preaches'.
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Idiom Land Oct 20
Time for a video example! Our of the day is “Fresh off the boat,” which means “newly arrived from a foreign place.” Special offer! Get 40% off our idiom dictionary and other dictionaries! Coupon code: 40OFF (use at checkout) -
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Living France mag Oct 6
From cunning monkeys to ostrich policies: 8 fun animal-related French idioms to use
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Candace Buchanan🌵 Oct 13
Here's this week's : 👉 & Meet Updates 🗑️ - forward delete 🌬️ Freeze - lock items in place idea from 🤝 lesson
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