Learning idioms is
According to wikipedia, “It is estimated that there are at least twenty-five thousand idiomatic expressions in the English language.”
Using idioms in your sentences, gives a different flavor to your messages. However idioms are generally used while speaking. In formal English their usage is limited.
Here a small idiom list forstudents:
- Broke: have no money
- Cut it out: stop doing something not good
- In ages: for a very long time
- Give someone a hand: help somebody
- Feeling blue: feeling sad
- Screwed: being in big trouble
- Barking up the wrong tree: Looking in the wrong place, accusing an innocent person
- Devil’s advocate: presenting a counter argument
- It takes two to tango: more than one person is required to communicate
- A picture paints a thousand words: A visual presentation explains much more better than words
- Once in a blue moon: something that happens rarely
From now on, we will share some idioms like do for words. However they will be rarer comparing with the words. Oursystem will also cover idioms too. For example, “ ” idiom is in the list now.
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