Live Out Of A Suitcase – Idiom Of The Day For IELTS

live out of a suitcase

Live Out Of A Suitcase – Idiom Of The Day For IELTS Speaking.

Definition: 

not having a permanent place to live

Example:

“The homeless have to live out of suitcase. We can help them to have a warm place to live.

“Actually, I am living out of a suitcase because I cannot find a suitable house for me to buy.”

“Some people find living out of a suitcase away from home very stressful.”

Exercise: 

  1. Choose the suitable idiom to complete the sentence below.
    “After a month sleeping on a friend’s floor, Jane is tired of _________________.”
    A. living out of suitcase
    B. living in the dream world.
    C. raising our game.
    D. on a knife edge.
  2. Describe the time you are very stressful. Try to use this idiom in your speech. You should say:
    – When it happened
    – Where it happened
    – What you did to overcome it
    And explain why you feel stressful
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