Fall From Grace – Idiom Of The Day For IELTS

idiom of the day - fall from grace

Fall From Grace  – Idiom Of The Day For IELTS Speaking.

Definition: 

done something that you can lose your reputation or made people in authority stop liking or admiring you

Example:

After 12 years in power, the party has fallen from grace with voters.

His fall from grace began when FBI agents searched his home.

When a celebrity falls from grace, they can find it very difficult to get work in television.

Exercise: 

  1. Choose the suitable idiom to complete the sentence below.
    “The minister of education seems to have ___________. There are rumours that the president is planning to sack her next week.”
    A. breathe my last
    B. any port in a storm
    C. fallen from grace
    D. a hard nut to crack
  2. Describe a problem you had to face. Try to use this idiom in your speech. You should say:
    – When it happened
    – What the problem was
    – Who helped you solved it
    And explain why you ran into the problem
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