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Hey guys! Today's topic __Idioms and 6W1H__ Today I have posted some Idioms that has a particular topic such as Colour Idioms and Happiness Idioms. Color Idioms doesn't mean that they describe any color. Color Idioms only contain color-related words and with the help of these words An idiom is made to describe a person or situation or expressions. Here are some color Idioms 👇 Happiness Idioms are obviously related to describing a joyful moment in completely different ways. When you describe…

Idiom of the day: Out of the blue. Meaning: Suddenly and unexpectedly. Example: One day, out of the blue, she announced that she was leaving. Slang English, English Phrases, Learn English Words, English Grammar, Advanced English Vocabulary, English Vocabulary Words, English Writing Skills, English Lessons, English Language Learning

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Idiom of the day: Out of the blue. Meaning: Suddenly and unexpectedly. Example: One day, out of the blue, she announced that she was leaving.

Idiom of the day: Bite off more than you can chew. Meaning: To try to do more than you are able to do. Example: I think I bit off more than I could chew when I agreed to paint this house by myself. English Tips, English Fun, English Idioms, English Phrases, English Writing, English Study, English Words, English Lessons, English Grammar

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Idiom of the day: Bite off more than you can chew. Meaning: To try to do more than you are able to do. Example: I think I bit off more than I could chew when I agreed to paint this house by myself.

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Funny Idioms! An idiom is an everyday figure of speech or metaphorical expression whose meaning cannot be taken literary. In this lesson, you will learn a

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Top 20 Funny Idioms in English You Might Not Know! - ESL Forums

Funny Idioms! An idiom is an everyday figure of speech or metaphorical expression whose meaning cannot be taken literary. In this lesson, you will learn a

English idioms are everywhere, in books, TV series, real conversation, just to name a few. Here's an infographic about food idioms in English. English Vinglish, English Idioms, English Phrases, Learn English Words, English Writing, English Lessons, English Grammar, English Study, English Food

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One of the most fun ways to learn English or any other language for that matter is learning through idioms. In this post, we will share with...

“Fish out of water” is someone who is uncomfortable in a particular situation. Example: After living in Hong Kong for most of his life, Lee was a fish out of water in Los Angeles. Get our apps for. English Idioms, English Phrases, English Words, English Lessons, English Grammar, English Study, Learn English, Sayings In English, Grammar And Vocabulary

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“Fish out of water” is someone who is uncomfortable in a particular situation. Example: After living in Hong Kong for most of his life, Lee was a fish out of water in Los Angeles. Get our apps for...