Learn the 100 Most Common Idioms in 30 Minutes (with examples)

Learn the 100 most common English idioms in just 30 minutes, with examples and focus on use and pronunciation. Join the Lingoda Language Sprint here: – use my code JOIN12 for €10 off your deposit.

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50 thoughts on “Learn the 100 Most Common Idioms in 30 Minutes (with examples)

  1. Sooo I had another couple of lessons with Lingoda recently and LOVED IT! I am so happy to have them as the sponsor of my video – I think the Sprint is such a great opportunity. Here is the link to sign up: http://bit.ly/TheLanguageSprintLucy – use my code JOIN12 for €10 off your deposit.

  2. A lot of idioms used in American/Canadian English originate in Britain of course, so they overlap… but it's interesting to hear the ones that are different! Thank you for sharing, Lucy 🙂

  3. These complex idioms turned out to a piece of cake when you elaborated them with apt examples. Much appreciation!

  4. Нello dear! Please do not make a white screen, because your eyes hurt when the white background! Better liet green or liet blue! Thank you

  5. i think you shooting this video until one hour. you're great teacher! thanks to your effort of this learning, love

  6. One of my sister's math teachers insisted on a specific way to solve the problem but in math there's always more than one way to skin a cat.

  7. The sentence you used in 65 is a pun. Lol 😂 sorry I know it's nothing to laugh about but you probably didn't realize that you made a pun.

  8. more idioms
    1. Rejection is protection
    2. Out of site, out of mind
    3. Get your act together
    4. Grinds my gears
    5. A match made in heaven
    Thank you for this video it really helped me! Your a great teacher 🙂

  9. Absolutely super terrific teacher English thank you so much for your time and I look forward to working with you and your team for the next step in the process of making a great job

  10. 22:57 Oh Really! What kind of joke is calling your puppy "Diego" LMAO, ironically one of my dogs is called "Terry"

  11. Lucy, do you want to go out with me?… 🙂 … stop teaching! 😀 …don't do this, don't do that..how many rules!! 😉

  12. Here are my five sentences, each with one of the 100 idioms taught in the video.
    1. It was not easy to pull myself together after separation with my boyfriend.
    2. She gave the cold shoulder to my advice and ended up in trouble.
    3. I don't know what i want, to do in life, I will just play by the air.
    4. It is a difficult time for you now, but it shall pass. Hang in there.
    5. If you don't take the bullet to follow your dream, you will regret it your whole life.
    Hope I have used them correctly.

  13. Hi Lucy, Great video! Thanks! What does it mean by "being made redundant"? Please advise. Best, Albert from San Francisco, USA

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