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Idioms

What is an idiom?

“An idiom is an expression consisting of a combination of words that have a figurative meaning” (Wikipedia). Native speakers use idioms to make their speech more colorful and alive. They use them much more than they are actually aware of. If you want to speak English fluently, you need to learn some English idioms.

You may want to read our free e-book A day at the zoo. It is packed with idioms.

Some examples are:

You nailed it!

You nailed it!

Curiosity kills the cat

Curiosity kills the cat

quiet as a mouse

quiet as a mouse

The boy who cried wolf

The boy who cried wolf

It's raining cats and dogs

It's raining cats and dogs

Where can I find more idioms?

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