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Transcript of idioms

Idioms
Spill over
falling apart
literal meaning
This book is falling apart
Black eye
*a bruise around your eye caused by an accident
idiom
HIS EMOTIONS SPILLED OVER AFTER HIS GOAL
look like bomb has hit it
*look very untidy
HE ATE ONLY SMALL AMOUNT OF FOOD BECAUSE HE WAS NOT HUNGRY
His relationship with girlfriend
fell apart
Under the weather
*feeling ill
Pick at sth
Fall apart
Apply yourself
&
with flying colours
He began to
apply himself
on study and passed exam
with flying colours
He gave his full attention on study and passed exams very well
Fight like
cat
and
dog
They are
fighting like cat and dog
CONCLUSION



4-The most important aspect of the English Phrasal verbs is the idiomatic usage since a single phrasal verb may carry different meanings.
The paper reached to the following conclusions:
Literal meaning:
Metaphorical meanings:
Daniyar just
picks at
his
food

1-Phrasal verbs play a large part in English today, particularly in spoken English. A few simple words are used to give a large number of different meanings by adding prepositions or adverbs.
2-English phrasal verbs refers to a combination consists of a lexical verb plus a particle. The particle can be either a preposition or an adverb.
3-Both transitive and intransitive phrasal verbs can be used as phrasal verb but their state will be different.
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