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OUT OF THE BLUE

Language Academy in Tarragona Brit English School Idiom of the week: Out of the blue Definition: Suddenly or unexpectedly. This is an informal expression used to describe something that happens…

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IDIOM OF THE WEEK: GET A GRIP

Get a grip Meaning: If someone tells you to get a grip (on yourself) he or she we’ll be asking you to make an effort to control your emotions or…

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Idiom of the week: See eye to eye

Idiom of the week: See eye to eye This week in BRIT, our English academy in Tarragona, we want you to learn a new idiom that will enrich your every…

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Idiom of the week: Bright-eyed and bushy-tailed

Idiom of the week: Bright-eyed and bushy-tailed Definition: Be full of energy and enthusiasm, ready for anything. Example: BRIT’s students are fantastic. They always arrive bright-eyed and bushy-tailed at class….

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Idiom of the week: A SNOWBALL’S CHANCE IN HELL

A SNOWBALL’S CHANCE IN HELL Idiom of the week: A snowball’s chance in hell. Definition: Impossible, no chance, unlikely. slim to none probability. Example: “That small boat has a snowball’s…

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Idiom of the week: MAKE SOMEONE’S BLOOD BOIL

Idiom of the week: Make someone’s blood boil. Definition: Make someone feel very angry. Example: “When Jane found out her boyfriend cheated on her, it made her blood boil.” Origin:…

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Idiom of the week: TO HAVE YOUR HEAD IN THE CLOUDS

Idiom of the week: To have your head in the clouds. Definition: If someone is not being realistic, it can be said that she/he has her/his head in the clouds”….

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Idiom of the week: LET YOUR HAIR DOWN

Idiom of the week: Let your hair down. Definition: To behave more freely than usual and enjoy yourself without worrying what other people might think. Example: “Did you see Amy…

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Idiom of the week: BE/FEEL UNDER THE WEATHER

Idiom of the week: Be/ Feel under the weather. Definition: Be/ Feel ill or unwell. Example: I’m feeling a bit under the weather – I think I’m getting a cold….

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Idiom of the week: NOT MY CUP OF TEA

Idiom of the week: NOT MY CUP OF TEA Definition: If something is not your cup of tea, it is not the type of thing you like or are interested in. Example: Thanks for inviting…

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Idiom of the week: On cloud nine

Idiom of the week: ON CLOUD NINE Definition: to be extremely happy and excited. Example: She was on cloud nine for days after getting her degree. Origin: Generally speaking, when…

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Idiom of the week: Cheap as chips

Languages are constantly evolving and that is one of the reasons why they are fascinating. English, of course, is not an exception and the use of idioms adds character and…

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OUT OF THE BLUE

Language Academy in Tarragona Brit English School Idiom of the week: Out of the blue Definition: Suddenly or unexpectedly. This is an informal expression used to describe something that happens…

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IDIOM OF THE WEEK: GET A GRIP

Get a grip Meaning: If someone tells you to get a grip (on yourself) he or she we’ll be asking you to make an effort to control your emotions or…

Lee más
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Idiom of the week: See eye to eye

Idiom of the week: See eye to eye This week in BRIT, our English academy in Tarragona, we want you to learn a new idiom that will enrich your every…

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Idiom of the week: Bright-eyed and bushy-tailed

Idiom of the week: Bright-eyed and bushy-tailed Definition: Be full of energy and enthusiasm, ready for anything. Example: BRIT’s students are fantastic. They always arrive bright-eyed and bushy-tailed at class….

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Idiom of the week: A SNOWBALL’S CHANCE IN HELL

A SNOWBALL’S CHANCE IN HELL Idiom of the week: A snowball’s chance in hell. Definition: Impossible, no chance, unlikely. slim to none probability. Example: “That small boat has a snowball’s…

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Idiom of the week: MAKE SOMEONE’S BLOOD BOIL

Idiom of the week: Make someone’s blood boil. Definition: Make someone feel very angry. Example: “When Jane found out her boyfriend cheated on her, it made her blood boil.” Origin:…

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Idiom of the week: TO HAVE YOUR HEAD IN THE CLOUDS

Idiom of the week: To have your head in the clouds. Definition: If someone is not being realistic, it can be said that she/he has her/his head in the clouds”….

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Idiom of the week: LET YOUR HAIR DOWN

Idiom of the week: Let your hair down. Definition: To behave more freely than usual and enjoy yourself without worrying what other people might think. Example: “Did you see Amy…

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Idiom of the week: BE/FEEL UNDER THE WEATHER

Idiom of the week: Be/ Feel under the weather. Definition: Be/ Feel ill or unwell. Example: I’m feeling a bit under the weather – I think I’m getting a cold….

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Idiom of the week: NOT MY CUP OF TEA

Idiom of the week: NOT MY CUP OF TEA Definition: If something is not your cup of tea, it is not the type of thing you like or are interested in. Example: Thanks for inviting…

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Idiom of the week: On cloud nine

Idiom of the week: ON CLOUD NINE Definition: to be extremely happy and excited. Example: She was on cloud nine for days after getting her degree. Origin: Generally speaking, when…

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Idiom of the week: Cheap as chips

Languages are constantly evolving and that is one of the reasons why they are fascinating. English, of course, is not an exception and the use of idioms adds character and…

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