List of Idioms and Phrases
Good idioms are a dime a dozen. A 19-page list is only a drop in the bucket when it comes to figurative language and idiomatic phrases. So don't get a chip on your shoulder and dive in; learning what idioms really mean is a piece of cake!
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- Ask learners to select an idiom and create an illustration that includes both the literal and the idiomatic meaning of the phrase
- The meaning of each idiom is included
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