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Idioms are really difficult for ESOL students, this anchor chart is great because it shows the words and also provides images to help them understand the concept better. English Writing Skills, English Lessons, English Vocabulary, Learn English, English Is Fun, Teaching Grammar, Teaching Writing, Teaching English, Grammar Games

Five FREE Idioms Activities

This blog post features five free idiom activities, like a free idioms PowerPoint, game, task cards, and an engaging anchor chart!

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Figurative Language Posters and Anchor Charts

Similes, Metaphors, Idioms, Oh my! There are so many different types of figurative language and sometimes it can be tricky for our students to remember them all. These figurative language anchor charts and posters will help your students remember all the different types of figurative language and th...

Hello everybody! 😀 Our idiom of the day is ”Paint yourself into a corner”, which means “to do something which puts you in a very difficult situation”. Origin: from the idea that a person painting the floor of a room may inadvertently apply the paint. English Time, English Fun, English Idioms, English Phrases, English Study, English Lessons, English Vocabulary, English Grammar, Learn English

Paint yourself into a corner” means “to do something which puts you in a very difficult situation”.

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Idioms : "Take your hat off" means "to express your admiration and respect". Example: I have to take my hat off to you – how do you manage to look after two small children and have a full-time job? English Vinglish, English Idioms, English Phrases, English Study, English Words, English Lessons, English Vocabulary, English Grammar, Learn English

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“Take your hat off” means “to express your admiration and respect”. Example: I have to take my hat off to you – how do you manage to look after two small children and have a full-time job?

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“Put your heads together” means “to discuss or plan something together with other people”. Example: Let’s put our heads together and figure out what we can give Tom for his birthday. English Idioms, English Phrases, English Words, English Lessons, English Grammar, Grammar And Vocabulary, English Vocabulary, English Language Learning, Teaching English

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“Put your heads together” means “to discuss or plan something together with other people”. Example: Let’s put our heads together and figure out what we can give Tom for his birthday.

“Get off on the wrong foot” means “to start something poorly, or begin with a mistake”. Example: I got off on the wrong foot in my new job when I forgot to pass on an important message to the boss. Origin: Many people believe that it originated in. English Idioms, English Lessons, English Grammar, Learn To English, English Study, Grammar And Vocabulary, English Vocabulary, English Language Learning, Teaching English

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“Get off on the wrong foot” means “to start something poorly, or begin with a mistake”. Example: I got off on the wrong foot in my new job when I forgot to pass on an important message to the...

“Top banana” means the most important person in an organization. Example: If you want a raise, you’d better talk to the top banana about it, not me. English Vinglish, English Tips, English Idioms, English Phrases, English Study, English Words, English Lessons, English Vocabulary, English Grammar

"Top banana" means the most important person in an organization. Example: If you want a raise, you'd better talk to the top banana about it, not me.