Since idioms vary from one country/culture to another,
you cannot tranlate them word for word
but have to learn them :o)
Here are a few links to practise and improve :
A. In these idioms an adjective is missing.
Complete the 10 similes by...
> > > MATCHING THE 10 ADJECTIVES
WITH THE PROPER IDIOM
B. The ten idioms HERE < < <
are related to food. Two different meanings are suggested for each idiom :
choose the right one !
C. The 10 phrases HERE < < <
all include a phrasal verb based on the same structure :
make + preposition
Find the right preposition !
(1) : Photo of a page from the "Pocket Oxford Dictionary"
similes = comparisons
related to = connected to / linked to
You do remember that 'a phrase' is NOT "une phrase", but it means "an expression"... do you ?!!
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