6 IDIOMS with Line

  1. Why don’t you give me a call or drop me a line sometime?
  2. We’ve made the bad decisions down the line.
  3. If you want to get a line on your favorite celebrity, you may want to google it.
  4. Somewhere along the line I’ve made a mistake.
  5. You know John, he’ll take the line of least  resistance. He knows how to get out of the dilemma.
  6. It must fall into line with our efforts to simplify our policies.
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Blessing in Disguise

A Blessing in Disguise – Idiom

Examples of Blessing in Disguise:

*I had a bad mark at the IELTS exam.  It was as a blessing in disguise and it motivated me to learn more.

*His broken leg was a blessing in disguise as he could not  go to the war at that point.

*Being arrested for driving while being drunk was blessing in disguise as I realized that I had been alcoholic so I went to the rehab.

You may want to provide your own examples:


 

 

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IDIOMS – Flash Cards – Memory Cards – Pdf

 

IDIOMS – Flash Cards – Memory Cards

 

IDIOMS in this set of Flash Cards:

1. behind the eight ball

2. catching someone’s eyes

3. a little bird told me

4. a stone’s throw from here

5. at the end of sb’s rope

6. a catch 22 situation

7. dropping like flies

8. foaming at the mouth

9. have (one’s) head in the clouds

10. lose one’s marbles

11. be mad as a hatter

12.be on the fence

13.out on a limb

14. on the other hand

15. to sit on top of the world

16.put your thinking cap on

 

For the additional idioms look here:

1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WVHlVbIgUH0

2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v3Kw51WO6ps

3. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jsr5m6A8ips

4. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z1sIlfSTYoM

5. https://www.myenglishteacher.eu/blog/category/english-idioms/

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