20 really useful idioms!
“A piece of cake”, “Let the cat out of the bag”, “Hit the nail on the head”… English speakers use idioms all the time. So, it’s really important to learn the common ones. Idioms are basically expressions that are formed by groups of words. Idioms are very visual, colourful forms of language that describe common experiences and situations. The general meaning of the idiom doesn’t usually have much to do with the individual meaning of the words in the idiom. For example: “She’s over the moon!” = She’s very happy. Here are our top 20 idioms for you to learn!
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