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Most common Idioms to teach in the classroom
- Speak of the devil : when the person you have just been talking about arrives.
- Sit on the fence: when someone does not want to choose or make a decision.
- Piece of cake: A job, task or other activity that is easy or simple
- Miss the boat: when someone missed his or her chance
- Make a long story short: Come to the point
- The Last straw: The final problem in a series of problems
- Jump on the bandwagon: Join a popular trend or activity.
- It takes two to tango: communication need more than one person
- under the weather: Feeling ill
- Devil’s Advocate: To present a counter argument
- Cut corners: to save money or effors by finding cheapers and easier way
- Can’t judge a book by its cover: Cannot judge something primarily on appearance.
- Blessing in disguise: Something good that isn’t recognized at first.
- Barking up the wrong tree: Looking in the wrong place. Accusing the wrong person
- A needle in a haystack: Something it is difficult to locate
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- To skip classes:
- Like a broken record
- ring a bell
- blow your own trumpet
- Raining cats and dogs
- Lightning Fast
- Snowed under
- Jump ship
- Jump at your own shadow
- Bad apple
- Couch potato
- top dog
- cash cow
- black sheep
- Pop the questions
- fall for someone
- double date
- blind date
- get dumped
- tie the knot