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Idioms in English: Food Expressions

Posted by Lindsay McMahon on Wed, May 04, 2011 @ 08:42 AM

idioms in English Today we are going to talk about idioms in English.

In this video lesson, we will focus on expressions that are related to food.

Idioms and casual expressions are a major part of the native English speaker's vocabulary in the United States.

They can also be the hardest thing to learn because they don't seem to make any sense.

We are here to help! In this idiom lesson, you can start by watching the video, then follow the link to take the quiz and test your learning. Good luck!

 

Here are some of the idioms that you will learn in the video:

 

  • To have a lot on your plate

 

  • To be out to lunch

 

  • A piece of cake


  • To go Dutch


 

Do you know how to use these idioms? Watch the video and find out!

 

 

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photo credit- Jeremy Brooks

Topics: English Lessons, Video Lessons, English Idioms

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