2 IdiomหAn idiom is a group of words which have a different meaning when used together from the one they would have if you took the meaning of each word individually.Popular expressions that don’t always mean what one would expect.idioms & proverbs
3 Proverbs & AdagesA proverb or adage is a short sentence that people often quote, which gives advice or tells you something about life.Popular expressions that give advice or wisdom.idioms & proverbs
4 Idioms Put one’s foot in one’s mouth: to say something embarrassing A piece of cake: very easy to doI can fix your car in ten minutes. It’s a piece of cake!Spill the beans: to tell a secretPierre spilled the beans and told me about the surprise party.Put one’s foot in one’s mouth: to say something embarrassingThink before you speak so you don’t put your foot in your mouth.Green with envy: very jealousWhen I won the prize, all my friends were green with envy.idioms & proverbs
5 Proverbs & Adages 1. Actions speak louder than words: What a person actually does is more important than what they say they will do.2. Beauty is only skin deep:A person’s character is more important than their appearance.3. Better late than never:It is better to do something, even if it’s late, than to not do it at all.idioms & proverbs
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