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8 Idioms in English using two Easter symbols – Eggs and Bunnies. | English with a Twist

8 Idioms in English using two Easter symbols – Eggs and Bunnies. | English with a Twist | British life and culture | Scoop.it
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Idioms (The LanguagePoint)

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  Every week we'll be adding a new idiom to this Phrase For Friday list. You can find resources using these and other idioms by viewing the following pages: Face          Colours          Numbers          Animals            Body          Foo..
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22 (More) “Oh So Very British” English Idioms (Part 2)

22 (More) “Oh So Very British” English Idioms (Part 2) | British life and culture | Scoop.it
Ah, the British! Our friends across the pond that love nothing more than spending their days using alternative word combinations rather than saying exactly what they mean.
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22 “Oh So Very British” English Idioms (Part 1)

22 “Oh So Very British” English Idioms (Part 1) | British life and culture | Scoop.it
An idiom is an expression or saying that means something other than its literal translation, and the British English language has hundreds, possibly thousands to get your head around.
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Idioms - Funky English

Idioms - Funky English | British life and culture | Scoop.it
What is an idiom?
An idiom is a word or phrase which has a different meaning to the meaning we would find if we looked in a dictionary. Different countries ha…
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10 English Love Idioms | English with a Twist

10 English Love Idioms | English with a Twist | British life and culture | Scoop.it
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Jen Mcalinden's curator insight, February 12, 3:42 PM

Useful phrases.....maybe?

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10 Shakespeare Quotes that you can use in Modern English.

10 Shakespeare Quotes that you can use in Modern English. | British life and culture | Scoop.it
The English Language owes a huge debt of gratitude to William Shakespeare. Not only did he give us some of the world's most memorable plays that have stood the test of time, he also enriched our la...
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Literature is Great | TeachingEnglish | British Council | BBC

Literature is Great | TeachingEnglish | British Council | BBC | British life and culture | Scoop.it
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Idioms from Shakespeare.

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8 Idioms and Phrases in English using some Easter symbols - Eggs and Rabbits (Bunnies).

8 Idioms and Phrases in English using some Easter symbols - Eggs and Rabbits (Bunnies). | British life and culture | Scoop.it
The Easter weekend starts today in the UK. Good Friday and Easter Monday are public holidays.
We have a number of traditions in the UK to celebrate Easter. One of the most popular for children is the...

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Learning English - The Teacher - Halloween: idioms of fear

Learning English - The Teacher - Halloween: idioms of fear | British life and culture | Scoop.it
The Teacher presents the idioms "shaking like a leaf", "scared stiff" and "it sent shivers up and down my spine".

Via Esther, Renee Maufroid, IdiomOfTheWeek, David Mainwood / EFL SMARTblog
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