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ENGLISH IDIOMS

La academia de inglés,The British Kingdom, presenta esta lista de ENGLISH IDIOMS para facilitar el aprendizaje de la lengua inglesa a sus alumnos:

An idiom is a commonly used expression whose meaning does not relate to the literal meaning of its words.

IN A NUTSHELL : concisely; in a few words 

                         In a nutshell, I had a bad morning.

STRAIGHT FROM THE HORSE´S MOUTH:  to hear about something directly from the person who has the knowlegde about it

                        I know for a fact Tom got fired. I heard it straight from the horse´s mouth.

NOT HAVE A LEG TO STAND ON: to have no fact or arguments to support one´s arguments or justify one´s actions

                         My bank says I don´t have any money in my account and they are trying to charge me overdraft fees, but they don´t have a leg to stand on. 

THE APPLE DOESN´T FALL FAR FROM THE TREE: a person grows up to be very similar to his/her parents in behaviour and/or physical characteristics

                          Jenna´s mother is a surgeon and her father is a doctor. Jenna will graduate from medical school next year. The apple doesn´t fall far from the tree. 

 

                                                                                                                           The British Kingdom, Academia de inglés.

 

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