Idioms for idiots rule of thumb the whole nine yards straight from the horses mouth idioms are like fun sized parables they illustrate an idea with the kind of arrogance and ambiguity usually reserved for 70s kung fu film mentors. An idiom is an everyday figure of speech or metaphorical expression whose meaning cannot be taken literary idioms often go against the logical rules of language and grammar despite being commonly used by the languages native speakers. An idiom is basically a saying or an expression in a certain language its meaning often is not derived from the literal words used to construct the idiom eg its raining cats and dogs an idiot is a stupid or foolish person. Funny english idioms and their meanings funny translating the common english sayings and funny idioms staying true to their meaning and wordplay just to be clear an idiom is an expression made up from words in such a way that understanding them literally has no particular meaning we understand what they mean because of their popular . Idioms for idiots in my personal opinion i believe that idioms definitely have their place in the esl world that is my classroom the second reason i like them is because theyre great fun in class the make students think about what theyre learning in a way theyll never find in a book make a powerpoint with about 10 idioms show
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