Explore tweets about #idioms on Twitter
@English_idioms9
English Idioms
a day ago
🚦Basic grammar rules
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@MyLinguaAcademy
AntriParto
9 days ago
Follow the link to learn 25 ways to use the verb WAIT, #collocations , #phrasalverbs , #idioms 👉
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@alexissTyler
Lex | Lifestyle Blogger
8 days ago
Even More Parts: Idioms from Head to Toe Book by Tedd Arnold
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@MyLinguaAcademy
AntriParto
4 hours ago
Follow the link to learn #collocations #phrasalverbs #idioms with KEEP
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@English_idioms9
English Idioms
7 hours ago
🚦Opposite is used to describe things of the same kind which are completely different in a particular way. Ex: north and south are opposite directions, and winning and losing are opposite results in a game. All the cars driving in the opposite direction had their headlights on
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@MyLinguaAcademy
AntriParto
a day ago
Follow the link to learn 20 EYE idioms
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@bbcle
BBC Learning English
6 days ago
😴 Are you feeling sleepy? Maybe it’s time to ‘hit the sack’. This is what it means. Learn more English idioms and phrases here #learnenglish #vocabulary #idioms #englishidioms #englishphrases #hitthescak #sleep #englishlesson
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@Westminster_Eng
Westminster English
an hour ago
Idioms - Get angry 😡 😡 Flip one’s lid - Ian flips his lid when his team loses 😡 Lose one’s cool - Eventually, I lost my cool with him 😡 Lose one’s rag - He eventually lost his rag with her 😡Go off the deep end - I’ll go off the deep end if you cheat #LearnEnglish
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@sweatheartmoony
Awayfromdivine
a day ago
*Trying to catch fish in a puddle of piss* means remaining engaged in an unproductive activity ~ twitter idioms
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@English_idioms9
English Idioms
6 days ago
🚦Conditional sentences, if-clauses type I, II, III
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@MrsHoosac
Teaching with GRIT
an hour ago
Can you guess the idioms? Our 4th graders represented idioms for our school wide Vocabulary Parade today🤩 @FreshStart4th #scholarsamongus @MCPS_Sunrise
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@alicedembowsky
brat murdock
a day ago
some idioms are so hot. "keep her on a tight leash" omfg PLEASE
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@IGNWTF
What IGN thinks is worse than Fortnite
a day ago
French idioms are weird
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@Rosemary_Henn
Rosemary Hennigan
3 days ago
If you muddle your idioms as much as I do, please know that I feel your pain.
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@CCPS_MESMustang
Mechanicsville ES
6 hours ago
We had an exciting Friday at Mechanicsville! Dr. Lockard visited and students/staff dressed as idioms. Some people were so busy they were “all tied up” and others were “cool as a cucumber”. So much fun at MES!
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@mcguirec88
Cynthia McGuire, Ed.S
4 hours ago
What a fun way to end our word play module! Students dressed up as idioms. Here are some of my favorites of the day. Can you guess their idiom?!
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@stevenespadaw
Steven Espada Dawson
9 hours ago
someone is translating ten of my poems into Russian! very fun emailing back and forth about idioms and explaining how ridiculous English is
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@X_M3RCURY
🦄✨
6 days ago
Twitter beefs so weird man. Just fighting with words and idioms and what not like this
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@EllaLanguage
Learn English
4 days ago
ANNOY 😡bug 😡nag 😡upset 😡irritate 😡pester 😡bother 😡badger 😡aggravate 😡drive someone mad 😡rattle someone's cage 😡get under someone's skin 😡ruffle someone's feathers #LearnEnglish #vocabulary #idioms
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@MsRfourthgrade
Amanda Rosatone
a day ago
Learning idioms through emojis!
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