Idiom: Spoon-feed Someone

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Spoon-feed someone – Idiom of the day for IELTS Speaking 

Definition: To do so much for someone that they do not need to make any effort of their own

Example: 

  • Some IELTS teachers spoon-feed the students by dictating notes on the books instead of getting their students to read the books.
  • It is highly debatable whether newspaper should spoon-feed the readers with the content on the front pages. 

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