It’s the Olympics! Let’s talk sports idioms

Last week we talked about a few American football idioms, and in honor of the Olympics, let’s keep the ball rolling (continue) with more sports-related idioms! Read the idiom / phrase, followed by the example. See if you can guess the meaning of the idiom before moving on to reading the definion.   1. neckContinue reading “It’s the Olympics! Let’s talk sports idioms”

American Football Idioms

If you’re not a fan of sports – or at least American sports – some common American idioms might confuse you! And so, in honor of yesterday’s Super Bowl, check out these idioms related to American football. “kick off” The kick off is the beginning of the game, and as you might guess, to “kickContinue reading “American Football Idioms”

3 Idioms About Language

If you think about it, there is a lot of English language that revolves around, well, using language! Here are some useful idioms and sayings related to using language and conversation. 1. off the top of my head Meaning: Without researching the answer; without being sure Example: “I don’t know what time I have toContinue reading “3 Idioms About Language”