English is full of set phrases and idioms, and the more of these a student knows and can confidently use, the more fluent he or she will sound. As the meaning of an idiom often cannot be correctly guessed just from the words themselves, however, idioms need to be learnt as a whole.
To help in this process, here’s an e-lesson that you can use in class to encourage students to explore and practise using idioms. You’ll need up to 25 minutes to do the whole lesson, though it’s broken down into handy chunks for you, if you don’t have that much time available.
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