Grade 7 Grammar Lesson 16 Idioms (0)

Grade 7 Grammar Lesson 16 Idioms (0)

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British Council on Twitter: "Idiom of the Week - It's Written All ...

British Council on Twitter: "Idiom of the Week - It's Written All ...

“Yakety-yak” means “to talk nonstop about nothing”. Example: Every time my aunt calls, I know I’m going to be on the phone at least an hour listening to her yakety-yak.

“Yakety-yak” means “to talk nonstop about nothing”. Example: Every time my aunt calls, I know I’m going to be on the phone at least an hour listening to her yakety-yak.

Phrase, Phrasal Verbs, verbs, verb phrases, langauge, collocations, English, English Teacher, Learn English, Learn English Online, Speak English, English Fluency, English Vocabulary, English Grammar, Confidence Speaking in English,

Phrase, Phrasal Verbs, verbs, verb phrases, langauge, collocations, English, English Teacher, Learn English, Learn English Online, Speak English, English Fluency, English Vocabulary, English Grammar, Confidence Speaking in English,

Idiom: I'm a night owl

Idiom: I'm a night owl

Break your back

Break your back

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