We’ve got another great quiz for you and this time it’s all about idioms. Idioms are a very important part of everyday communication among native speakers of English. You’ll often hear people say ‘it rings a bell’ instead of ‘it sounds familiar’ or ‘I’m all ears’ instead of ‘I’m listening’. Many idioms have fascinating origins too if one’s inquisitive enough to find out as they are rooted in the history and culture of English-speaking countries.
If you are a student of English striving to achieve a native-like level of English, incorporate idioms into your speaking and writing. Make sure you learn the idioms in context and use them correctly. If you are looking for more practice on idioms, you’ll find plenty of it in our four e-books: Vocabulary and Conversation Booster Part 1 and 2, English at Work and English for Travel. You’ll find all the idioms grouped by themes with clear examples and multiple exercises to help you understand and master them.
If you are a teacher of English looking to include more idiom practice in your classes, check out our latest e-book Teacher’s First Aid Kit. It features 45 idioms and many ideas on how to teach them in an engaging way.
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