IDIOMS / English Idioms

Idioms are expressions whose meaning cannot be understood from their literal structure.

Idioms are phrases or words that cannot be taught literally.

About time:

Finally, at last.

It has taken a long time, often more than expected.

We won the game about time.

Be a piece of cake:

Be very easy.

An activity or task that is very easy to do.

John said the exam is difficult, but I think it is a piece of cake.

Be broke:

Be without money.

Having no money; financially unable to do something.

No, she can’t lend you fifty euros. She is completely broke until next week.

Remember, idioms are expressions that have a figurative or cultural meaning beyond their literal translation.

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