Stuck In A Rut – Idiom Of The Day For IELTS Speaking.
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In a boring situation, with no hope of excitement, or future prospects.
“I’m really stuck in a rut in this job. I think I’ll look for something new.”
“Since Rose divorced her husband, she has been being stuck in a rut.“
“Many students feel stuck in a rut because they can’t find a job after they graduate.”
- Choose the suitable idiom to complete this sentence below
“After many failures to apply for the job, John is definitely_____________”
A. at a push.
B. bear fruit.
C. stuck in a rut.
D. having egg on his face .
- Describe the job you have done but you did not like it. Try to use this idiom in your speech. You should say:
– What the job was
– Where you heard about this job
– What you did
– And explain why you did not like it
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