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Students will be able to utilize and expand their overall conversational skills by introducing idioms into their speech.
Students will be able to utilize and expand their overall conversational skills by introducing idioms into their speech. The idioms covered in this course include People, Love, Food & Eating, Animals, Anatomy, Colors, Friendship, Workplace, and Health & Fitness. But just what is an idiom? Have you ever laughed your head off at something funny? The phrase “laughed your head off” is an idiom! We know that you did not literally laugh so hard that your head separated from your body. When you put words together to create a meaning that is different than the meaning of the individual words, we create what is called an idiom. These phrases come from spoken language and they are basically new vocabulary that we create by using old vocabulary because we are too lazy or unimaginative to think of new words. Idioms are a lot of fun to learn, and they definitely make your language more colorful. Would you like to learn more?
Lesson 1-Idioms describing people
Lesson 2-Idioms describing love
Lesson 3-Idioms describing food and eating
Lesson 4-Idioms that use animal vocabulary
Lesson 5-Idioms that use anatomy vocabulary
Lesson 6-Idioms that use color vocabulary
Lesson 7-Idioms describing friendship
Lesson 8-Idioms for the workplace (1 of 2)
Lesson 9-Idioms for the workplace (2 of 2)
Lesson 10-Idioms describing health and fitness