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    Idiom dictionary

    Click here to see our full list of English idioms and idiomatic expressions.

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    Thank you so much..

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    thank you so much can you leave this on the page for fucture referance.


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    Thank you for your so good post!

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    Re: Idiom dictionary

    Hi. My question is: how can these idioms be leanrt easier? It is very difficult to learn them from the dictionary. Do you have any advice for me?

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    Re: Idiom dictionary

    When you read, notice the idioms you see in use, check the meanings in a dictionary and then try to use them. There are thousands of them and far too many to remember by learning. We also have quizzes on them.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mad-ox View Post
    Hi. My question is: how can these idioms be leanrt easier? It is very difficult to learn them from the dictionary. Do you have any advice for me?
    hi.I found a good way inorder to learn the idioms sooner and more easier!
    you can learn them(not memorise them)by using them in context or dialogues!
    try it!it will answear!


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    hello, I am from Costa Rica, I am an English Teacher, I would like to find out information about idioms, they are very difficult to tech, what do you think...

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    Thanks so much for Idiom .

    this is first time for me in this website
    really I so happy because I want improve my English language from this website

    Thanks


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    hellow. thank you for the network

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