Crack The Book – Idiom Of The Day For IELTS Speaking.
to study or start studying
” You haven’t cracked the book all the weekend. Don’t you have homework?“
“I rarely cracked the books in high school, but somehow I graduated“
“She spent all week on shopping and now she has to crack the book if she doesn’t want to delay her graduation plan.“
- Choose the suitable idiom to complete the sentence below.
“My children always be distracted from the video game. I don’t know how to make them to ________________.”
A. breathe my last
B. any port in a storm
C. crack the book
D. a hard nut to crack
- Describe your favourite subject that you studied in your school or university. Try to use this idiom in your speech. You should say:
– What the subject was
– Where you studied the subject
– What you studied from the subject
And explain why you liked the subject
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