Learn English idioms easily and have fun with them! Our idioms activities are designed to make learning idioms as accessible as any other part of the English language. Instead of just memorizing lists of vocabulary, our activities aim to make the learning process interesting and productive. Knowing as many idioms as possible is important as native English speakers use them frequently. With our activities, you'll be able to master idioms and use them like a native speaker in no time!
Learn some common English idioms with this vocabulary activation pack. The idioms are: Give someone the cold shoulder, To have broad shoulders, Rub elbows or shoulders with, Shoulder to cry on, Shoulder to the wheel, Have a good head on your shoulders, Carry the world on your shoulders, Look over your shoulder, Stand on the shoulders of giants, Shoulder to shoulder, A chip on your shoulder, Fall squarely on someone’s shoulders, Head and shoulders above, and A weight off your shoulders.Body Idioms CourseSupport Us
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The 18 idioms are, cast-iron stomach, go belly up, to be yellow-bellied, hate someone's guts, gutted, gut-wrenching, not able to or cannot stomach something, a fire in your belly, sick to the stomach, a gut reaction or feeling, butterflies in your stomach, misery guts, turn the stomach, in the pit of your stomach, I have no stomach for something, have guts, to have a strong stomach, and have a bellyful of something. This British English idioms lesson will help to you learn, remember, and use 18 common British English idiomatic expressions to do with the digestive system.Body Idioms CourseSupport Us
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A crossword puzzle with 29 idiomatic expressions to do with food. Complete the idioms to complete the crossword puzzle with the following words: bad, baked, basket, beetroot, biting, cake, chew, chickening, egghead, enough, get, honey, innocent, keen, milk, much, mustard, nuts, onions, seed, session, side, sowing, steam, stick, stomach, storm, tomorrow, and whets.Food Idioms CourseSupport Us
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A crossword puzzle with 32 idiomatic expressions to do with food. Complete the idioms to complete the crossword puzzle with the following words: barrel, beefcake, bird, bolt, breakfast, buttering, china, cookie, dirt, done, eat, fig, fry, gas, goose, gut, ham, herring, hot, knuckle, laurels, lemon, melt, nice, nutter, pepper, pie, pod, potato, roost, slaughter, and something.Food Idioms CourseSupport Us
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This Vocabulary Activation Pack will help you to learn, remember, and use the following vocabulary items: a wealth of information, around, at your fingertips, bite off more than you can chew, blow your own trumpet, brush up on, chuffed to bits, coding, get a buzz out of, get your head around, get your teeth into, lean, make headway, mind you, no spring chicken, put off, reach the end of life, rebuild, rewrite, rusty, self-taught, sixty is the new forty, something of an understatement, spot on, streets ahead of, strive to, take the bull by the horns, teach an old dog new tricks, to say the least, and worn out.Support Us
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