Idiom of the Day

Common Idioms List for IELTS Speaking

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In the IELTS speaking test, if you use common idioms properly, you can boost your IELTS speaking score to Band 7.5 or higher. This page contains all…

Common Idioms to Improve Your IELTS Speaking Score – Topic : Trouble and difficulty

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Trouble and difficulty be asking for trouble If someone is asking for trouble, they are behaving in a way that makes it very likely…

Common Idioms to Improve Your IELTS Score – Topic : Knowledge and understanding

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 Topic: Knowledge and understanding up to speed If you are up to speed, you have all the latest information about something. We try to…

Bring Something To Bear – Idiom Of The Day For IELTS

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Bring Something To Bear (+On) – Idiom Of The Day For IELTS Definition: to use something to achieve a result; to use influence, arguments,…

Be Out Of Element – Idiom Of The Day For IELTS Speaking & Writing

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Be Out Of Element – Idiom Of The Day For IELTS Speaking & Writing Definition: to feel unhappy or strange because you are in…

Live And Breathe Something – Idiom Of The Day For IELTS

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Live And Breathe Something – Idiom Of The Day For IELTS Definition: to be very enthusiastic about a particular activity and spend all the…

Delusions Of Grandeur – Idiom Of The Day For IELTS Speaking & Writing

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Delusions Of Grandeur – Idiom Of The Day For IELTS For IELTS Speaking & Writing   Definition: (humorously) a delusion in which one believes…

Keep One’s Finger On The Pulse Of Something – Idiom Of The Day

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Keep One’s Finger On The Pulse Of Something – Idiom Of The Day  Definition: to monitor the current state of something frequently; to be/stay…

Keep One’s Feet On The Ground – Idiom Of The Day For IELTS Speaking

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Keep One’s Feet On The Ground – Idiom Of The Day For IELTS Speaking  Definition: be sensitive and realistic; not do foolish, rash or…

Hang By A Thread – Idiom Of The Day For IELTS Speaking

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Hang By A Thread – Idiom Of The Day For IELTS Speaking Definition: If a serious situation hangs by a thread, it means that…