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Vocords | English Idioms

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Advanced English Idioms | Vocords

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British Council Singapore

Hello friends, this week's idiom relates to all of us, which is: "From all walks of life" #Idiom #ELT #EFL

Advanced English Idioms | Vocords

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Idioms associated with insects

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Throw Cold Water | To be negative about someone's ideas or opinions

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English language idioms - West London English School

Here are 10 English language idioms, that you might find useful to know. A bitter pill (to swallow) A situation or information that is unpleasant but must be accepted. Example: Losing to a younger player was a bitter pill to swallow. Not winning the Premiership was a bitter pill to swallow for a team that was used …

idioms with play

14 Phrases with Play and Play Idioms ›› play it by ear, play with fire, play it cool, play ball - MyEnglishTeacher.eu Blog

Idioms with Play: play off, play up, role play, plug and play, power play, play down, play by, triple play, double play, play around, fair play, play along