Idioms add colour, interest and emphasis to our words. This book makes it easy to learn English idioms:
- 30 short lessons teach 5 idioms a day.
- Organized by topic to make the idioms easy to learn.
- Clear explanations and natural example sentences show you how to use idioms in natural, everyday contexts.
- Two short exercises in each lesson to check your learning.
- Extra exercises to test yourself on what you have learned.
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