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Idioms with Isabelle: Food idioms

Welcome to a new series on the EF Blog: Idioms with Isabelle. I’m Isabelle, below are the idioms.

Our infographics will help you use all those pesky yet wise expressions that have a meaning of their own and cannot be connected to the actual words – to make a long story short: We explain the expressions that can make you look like a deer caught in headlines but when used right, hit the nail on the head. Being able to use idioms correctly will be the cherry on the language cake, and they can make you look like a million bucks. I don’t want to toot my own horn, but we can safely say that we pulled out all the stops and Idioms with Isabelle is the best thing since sliced bread. So let’s get this show on the road and start the series with food idioms:

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