Explore tweets about #englishidiom on Twitter
@chris_study
Study English With Chris
2 years ago
"Get lost... On your bike!" #learnenglish #english #ESL #englishidiom
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@OrganicMoni
English Teacher Monica
2 years ago
#englishidiom “cost an arm and a leg”
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@EngTeacherLuke
Learn English with Teacher Luke
2 years ago
Hey everyone! Today’s #English expression is ‘in a nutshell’. Do you know what this means? Listen to find out the meaning. 😀👍 #LearnEnglish #EnglishIdiom #Englishclass
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@bbcle
BBC Learning English
17 days ago
🍰Learning English is a piece of cake with BBC Learning English! 🍰 ☺️ Do you know other idioms inspired by food? #englishidiom #pieceofcake #bbclearningenglish #englishonline #englishtips #idioms #vocabulary #learnenglish #speakenglish #elt
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@OrganicMoni
English Teacher Monica
2 years ago
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@EnglishwithD
English with Doug
a year ago
Have you heard the #EnglishIdiom "Call it a day"? #learnenglish #englishlessons #esl #englishphrases For more free lessons:
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@nasirjkhattak
Nasir Khattak
a year ago
#WhiteElephant is anything useless, troublesome, expensive to maintain, and very difficult to do away with. #EnglishIdiom
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@onlineenglishs1
ONLINE ENGLISH SKILLS
2 years ago
English Idiom. Is it considered rude to give someone the cold shoulder? Let us know what you think in the comments. 😃 #Englishidiom #idiom #English
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@pepenglish
PEP ENGLISH
2 years ago
Expression of the day: Curiosity killed the cat- being too curiously not a positive character trait. #englishidioms #englishidiom #learnenglish #pepenglish #englishingeneva #apprendreanglais
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@kikilanguage
KIKI Online Language Academy
a year ago
Idiom vitamin! ▪️ 'Break a leg': good luck often said to actors before they go on stage “Break a leg Sam, you'll do great tonight!" ▪️ 'No pain, no gain': You have to work hard to achieve your goal "Go hit the gym, Ray. No pain, no gain!" #KIKIlanguage #EnglishIdiom #ESL
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@1_Like_A_Native
English LikeANative
11 days ago
This #englishidiom is used when you hear something that pleases you.
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@bbcle
BBC Learning English
2 years ago
Have you ever cracked up? I heard a joke last night that cracked me up. I laughed so hard I thought my sides would split! What was the last thing that made you crack up? Find more idioms here: #bbclearningenglish #englishidiom #englishidioms #usefulenglish
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@susenahluwalia
Susen Ahluwalia
2 years ago
This week’s key word is ‘AIR’. English idiom of the week: TO AIR YOUR DIRTY LAUNDRY (IN PUBLIC) = To talk about something publicly, that should be kept private E.G.: “He’s asked her for a divorce, so now she’s airing all their dirty laundry in public!” #englishidiom #English
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@igrammdubai
Institutum Grammatica
a year ago
It’s raining cats and dogs. Meaning: it’s raining a lot. Example: We can’t go to the beach today. It’s raining cats and dogs. #englishidiom #englishexpression #ielts #ieltsvocabulary
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@IQGlobalEdu
IQGlobal
a month ago
To "pull someone's leg" is a common idiom used when you joke with someone or make someone believe something that is not true as a joke! #IQGlobal #idiom #English #learningEnglish #EnglishIdiom
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@bbcle
BBC Learning English
2 years ago
👶 🥄 It’s not just babies we sometimes have to ‘spoon-feed’. Find out what it means in Friday Phrase! #baby #spoonfeed #spoon #helping #bbclearningenglish #learnenglish #english #idioms #englishphrase #englishidiom #cute #speakenglish #cutebaby #elt
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@eidaassistant
Eida
7 days ago
#idioms of the day. #idiomas #englishidiom tom is taking me out tonight. He is such a catch, I hope he will propose. #french #education #spanish #learnlanguages #learnspanish #learnfrench #learn #bilingual #languageexchange #study #englishlang
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@edulyte
Edulyte
3 months ago
Idiom of the day - Your guess is as good as mine means I do not know. Learn more idioms from here - #monday #mondayidioms #goodenglish #idiom #learnidiom #learnwithedulyte #englishidiom #learnenglish #vocabulary #edchat #englishlearning.
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