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Transcript of Idioms
My language has been
Improving my language by using
Using idioms is a sure way of sounding more like a native speaker and is key to learn English to a high level
curiosity killed the cat
use your noodle
put your thinking cap on
Rome wasn’t built in a day
did I do that
By using a
you can search for the idiom
what I know
It is a good idea for you and for the people who are going to read it
I will use my skills at the same time ,such as reading and writing
I will never forget my work
Idioms are a part of daily speech and easy to learn, I replaced Arabic idioms with English idioms
when the pigs fly
Idioms are pivotal in learning a new language. A learner of a second language is informally considered "advanced" When he/she masters the use of idioms.
Communication with a native speaker
discuss the idiom
I Quiz myself
Then I see how much my language has improve
At the End
My English has improved by
leaps and baunds
idiom means A lot
The idioms e-book is NOT
in using English.com you do not have the ability to listen to the correct pronunciation
you can use the method to talk like a native speaker
Like every forum you might have to wait for a period of time to get an answer to your questions from the participants.
"If you want to touch someone's heart, talk to him in his mother tongue
and if you want to speak to his mind, talk to him in his foreign language."
Idioms are the words we use to express our feelings in a smoothly. So I believe they are close to the language of the heart more than the language of the mind.
After 3 weeks
Hathamy Abu Abat