A Leopard Cannot Change His Spots – Idiom Of The Day For IELTS Speaking.
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We cannot change the nature of things
“Mr. Wilson could not yell at Fred for stealing his mangoes because he is a very gentle and forgiving person. This instance portrays that Mr. Wilson was like a leopard who cannot change his spots.”
“I doubt very much that marriage will change Chris for the better. A leopard cannot change its spots.”
” No matter what John told you, please do not rely on him, I know him too well, a leopard can’t change its spots.“
- Choose the suitable idiom to complete the sentence below.
” Oh no, how many times more must I remind you? You always leave the doors open when you go out. It is really _______________________.“
A. a bull in china shop
B. his bark is worse than his bite
C. a leopard cannot change its spots
D. had chemistry
- Describe your character that you like most . Try to use this idiom in your speech. You should say:
– What the character is
– How you have it
– How it can help you
And explain why you like this character
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