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Idioms (H)

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Idioms
4. “Bites the dust”

5. “Pulling my leg”

6. “Beating around the bush”
1. “Knock your socks off”

2. “Burst my bubble”

3. "Break the ice"
Idiom Video
What we are learning today
Fill in the Blanks
Idiom Meaning

American Idioms
Idiom Meaning

vs.
Literal Meaning
Idiom Video
1. "Knock your socks off" =
2. "Burst my bubble" =
3. "Break the ice" =
6. "Beating around the bush" =
4. "Bites the dust" =
5. "Pulling my leg" =
Worksheet
Create a Dialogue
1.
Write a
dialogue
in your group.
2.
Minimum
6 sentences
per group.
3.
Minimum
2 idioms
per group.
1. “Knock your socks off”
2. “Burst my bubble”
3. “Break the ice”
4. “Bites the dust”
5. “Pulling my leg”
6. “Beating around the bush”
1. "I never know how to _________ when I meet someone new."

2. "I was having so much fun at the park until my mom ____________. She said we have to go home."

3. "When South Korea wins the World Cup, it will _______________. It will be very impressive."

4. "James ____________ when he crashed his bike during the first lap."

5. "When Jerry told me that money grows on trees, he was just __________. I know money doesn't grow on trees."

6. "Stop __________________. Just answer my question!"
"Knock my socks off"

"Burst my bubble"

"Break the ice"

"Bites the dust"

"Pulling my leg"

"Beating around the bush"
To impress.

To die or fail.

Lying or joking.

To avoid answering.

To disappoint.

To start a conversation.
knock your socks off
burst my bubble
bites the dust
pulling my leg
1.
What is an Idiom?
2.
American Idioms
3.
Worksheet
4.
Dialogue Activity
To impress.
To disappoint.
To start a conversation.
To avoid answering.
To fail or die.
Lying or joking.
"Come in, Jack. How can I help you?"
"Well...my wife keeps saying she needs a break.
I was...uh...wondering...uh...whether...uh"
"I don't have all day. Get to the point."
"Well...we are not busy this week right?"
"For goodness sake, stop __________________.
What exactly do you want?"
"Can I have a week off for vacation please?"
A:
"Hi Romeo. Why are you so happy?"
"I just won the lottery!"
"What?! Congratulations!"
"Thank you! I am rich now!"
"Wait a second. Are you __________?"
"You caught me. How did you know?"
"It's impossible to win the lottery."
B:
A:
pulling my leg
beating around the bush
beating around the bush
break the ice
Matching
1.
Watch
the video.
2.
Listen
for the idioms.
3.
Guess
the meaning.
You will
hear
the idiom
and
you will
see
the literal meaning.
Example
1. "Knock your socks off"
To impress.
To disappoint.
To start a conversation.
1. "I never know how to __________ when I meet someone new."
Matching
Fill in the blanks
break the ice
What is an Idiom?
An idiom...
... has
2
meanings.
An
idiom meaning
and a
literal meaning
.

... is best understood for the
idiom meaning
.
Dialogue Activity
Review
Idioms
Review
"Knock your socks off" =
"Burst my bubble" =
"Break the ice" =
"Bites the dust" =
"Pulling my leg" =
"Beating around the bush" =
To impress.
To disappoint.
To start a conversation.
To fail or die.
Lying or joking.
To avoid answering.
Korean Expressions
Dialogue
Dialogue
A:
A:
A:
B:
B:
B:
B:
B:
A:
A:
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