This is a short course featuring often used English idioms (in this volume all of those featured include types of or references to food in the wording). Chapter 1 contains an explanation of idioms and some useful general points about using idioms; in Chapter 2 the featured idioms are explained in detail with examples.
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Course Introduction Video
Course overview: This is a short course featuring often used English idioms (in this volume all of those featured include types of or references to food in the wording). Chapter 1 contains an explanation of idioms and some useful general points about using idioms; in Chapter 2 the featured idioms are explained in detail with examples.
Aims & objectives: to understanding what idioms are and how they are used; to learn 30+ idioms in detail so that you can use them in conversation.
Suitable for: school pupils from KS2 Y3+ / grade 2/3 +/ age 7+; university students and adults wanting to improve English skills.
generally: improve your understanding of a confusing English topic so that you can follow native speakers in conversation more easily; broadens vocabulary giving greater options for spoken English so that your conversation is clearer, more fluent and more meaningful, especially in informal or semi-formal situations.
for students: improves both writing and speaking, especially allowing you to be more colourful and meaningful in your use of the language.
Study time: this is a short course which involves approximately 8 – 10 hours study.
Premium: this is a premium course so you need to subscribe to our premium membership.
Certificate: this is a certificated course.
Similar courses: this course is part of a series of similarly structured courses each featuring often used English idioms.
What are idioms?
Why idioms can be challenging
How to use idioms
Tea and Cake
Some other food items
Assessment - Incredible Idioms series - Vol 3