Idiom of the Day

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Idiom: Leave No Stone Unturned

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Leave No Stone Unturned – Idiom of the Day for IELTS Speaking Definition: To do everything to gain your target. Example: “When I apply…

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Idiom: Blow Somebody Away

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Blow somebody away – Idiom of the day for IELTS Speaking Definition:  If something blows you away, it surprises you a lot. Example: “When I…

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Idiom: Pound The Pavement

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Pound the pavement – Idiom of the day for IELTS Speaking Definition: Looking  for a job. Example: “The students, who have just finished their study…

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Idiom: Put Yourself Together

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Put Yourself Together – Idiom of the day for IELTS Speaking Definition:  To calm down and behave normally. Example: “I’m still sad about my…

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Idiom: Add Insult to Injury

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 Add Insult to Injury – Idiom of the Day for IELTS Speaking Definition: To make a bad situation even worse for somebody by doing…

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Idiom: Go The Extra Mile

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Go the Extra Mile – Idiom of the Day for IELTS Speaking Definition: To make a special effort or to try very hard to…

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Idiom: Break the Ice

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Break the IELTS – Idiom of the Day for the IELTS Speaking test Idiom: Break the Ice 5 (100%) 2 votes

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Idiom: Play It By Ear

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IDIOM OF THE DAY FOR IELTS SPEAKING – PLAY IT BY EAR Idiom: Play It By Ear 5 (100%) 2 votes

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Once in A Blue Moon

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IDIOM OF THE DAY – Once in a Blue Moon Imagining you are getting into a conversation with your friend maybe the topic is…