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Would you like to enhance your English speaking skills and sound like a native speaker in your conversations? Our English - Idioms and Phrases Masterclass course can help you in achieving this goal by expanding your vocabulary and idiomatic expressions to understand natural English conversations and communicate more effectively.

What you will learn from this course?

  • Understand the meanings of common English idioms and phrases
  • Use idiomatic expressions to enhance your communication skills
  • Identify idiomatic language in spoken and written English
  • Improve your ability to comprehend native speakers and natural English conversations
  • Expand your vocabulary and fluency in English
  • Gain insight into the cultural context and history behind idiomatic expressions
  • Develop confidence in your ability to use idioms and phrases appropriately and effectively.

English – Idioms and Phrases Masterclass Course

Do you ever feel like you’re lost in translation when native speakers use English idioms and phrases? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Our English Idioms and Phrases Masterclass will help you navigate the confusing world of idiomatic expressions with ease. You’ll learn the meanings and origins of common idioms and phrases, and how to use them appropriately and effectively in your own communication. Through interactive lessons and activities, you’ll enhance your language skills and expand your vocabulary in a fun and engaging way. 

  • Improve ability to communicate effectively in English
  • Enhance vocabulary and fluency in English
  • Get confidence in using idiomatic expressions
  • Insight into the cultural context and history behind idiomatic expressions
  • Practical use of common idioms and phrases in speaking
  • A better understanding of native speakers and natural English conversations
  • Opportunities to network and connect with other learners.

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  • This course is ideal for Intermediate to advanced English language learners
  • This course is useful for non-native speakers who want to improve their language skills
  • This course is open to students who wish to expand their vocabulary and fluency
  • This course is suitable for anyone who wants to understand and use common English idioms and phrases.

This course has no academic prerequisites and is open to students from all academic disciplines. You will, however, need a laptop, desktop, tablet, or smartphone and a reliable internet connection.

This course assesses learners through multiple-choice questions (MCQs). Learners must answer MCQs to complete the assessment procedure after completing the modules. 

  • Through the MCQs, it is measured how much a learner can grasp from each section. 
  • In the assessment, the pass mark is 60%.


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  • Idioms and Phrases Unit 1
  • Shoot Yourself in the Foot
  • My Lips are Sealed
  • Hit the Nail on the Head
  • 4 Tighten Someone’s Belt
  • 5 Frog in Throat
  • 6 Slip Someone’s Mind
  • 7 Lose Someone’s Face
  • 8 Come Rain or Shine
  • 9-Turn-Yourself-In
  • 10 Cost an Arm and Leg
  • 11 Homie
  • 12 Give Someone a Cold Shoulder
  • 13 Have an Egg on Someone’s Face
  • 14 Get Butterfly In Someone’s Stomach
  • 15 Throw Someone’s Money Around
  • 16 Play Innocent
  • 17 Kick Someone Out
  • 18 Turn Someone’s Stomach
  • 19 Not Cut Out for Something
  • 20 to Put the Blame on Someone

Idioms and Phrases Unit 2

  • 21 Hands Off
  • 22 Pass Away
  • 23 Cut The Deal
  • 24 for My Money
  • 25 Burn Your Bridges
  • 26 Come in Handy
  • 27 Come At Price
  • 28 in A Broad Daylight
  • 29 in the Mood to Do Something
  • 30 in a Jiffy
  • 31 in So Many Words
  • 32 Put Your Mind to It
  • 33 Joking Apart , Joking Aside
  • 34 In Your Dreams
  • 35 Green With Envy
  • 36 Overstep The Line
  • 37 Have a Craving for Something
  • 38 Red Herring
  • 39 Brush Up on Something
  • 40 Clown Around

Idioms and Phrases Unit 3

  • 41 Top Banana
  • 42 Work Like A Dog
  • 43 Mouse Potato
  • 44 Teeny-Weeny
  • 45 Take Time Off
  • 46 on the Eleventh Hour
  • 47 How Dare You
  • 48 Hush-Hush
  • 49 Over Someone’s Head
  • 50 Not Lift A Finger
  • 51 Fall Behind
  • 52 Make A Fuss
  • 53 That’s No Excuse
  • 54 Fender-Bender
  • 55 Scare Someone to Death
  • 56 Come Down to Earth
  • 57 Nothing Between The Ears
  • 58 Lay An Egg
  • 59 Feel Like A Million Dollars
  • 60 I Wasn’t Born Yesterday

Idioms and Phrases Unit 4

  • 61 Peanut Money
  • 62 Run Into
  • 63 I’ll Eat My Hat
  • 64 Sing Like A Bird
  • 65 Black Out
  • 66 on Tip of Someone’s Tongue
  • 67 Time Flies
  • 68 Tie The Knot
  • 69 Something Sucks
  • 70 Step On It
  • 71 Creep By
  • 72 Pull Someone’s Leg
  • 73 A Pain in The Neck
  • 74 Out of The Blue
  • 75 Off-Color Jokes
  • 76 Heart in The Right Place
  • 77 Hush Money
  • 78 Chicken Out
  • 79 Fill Someone’s Shoes
  • 80 Cut It Out

Idioms and Phrases Unit 5

  • 81 to Be Off ( Food )
  • 82 Make Up ( Story )
  • 83 Soak Up
  • 84 Make Up for Someone or Something
  • 85 Mistake for Something or Somebody
  • 86 Own Up
  • 87 to Be Taken Aback
  • 88 Break Down
  • 89 Hit Below The Belt
  • 90 Get Carried Away
  • 91 Make Ends Meet
  • 92 Look Down on Someone
  • 93 Drop Off
  • 94 All-Nighter
  • 95 At The End of Your Rope
  • 96 Basket Case
  • 97 Cold Feet
  • 98 Sell Someone Short
  • 99 Go Bananas
  • 100 Copycat

Idioms and Phrases Unit 6

  • 101 Jump Ship
  • 102 Know-It-All
  • 103 No-Brainer
    104 to Mess Up With Someone
  • 105 Knock on The Wood
  • 106 If I Get My Hands on You
  • 107 Come Clean
  • 108 Have A Lot in Plate
  • 109 It’s Between to Our Ears
  • 110 What A Mess
  • 111 I’m All Eyes
  • 112 to Have A Lot in Common
  • 113 Go Dutch
  • 114 Eye- Catching
  • 115 Take Your Time
  • 116 Go to Bat for Someone
  • 117 Touch Guy
  • 118 Kick Up Someone’s Heels
  • 119 Make A Boo-Boo
  • 120 Voracious

Idioms and Phrases Unit 7

  • 121 to Make A Fortune
  • 122 to Be On The Go
  • 123 Cool Someone’s Heels
  • 124 Top Dog
  • 125 Road Hog
  • 126 to Put Someone on a Pedestal
  • 127 Bury The Hatchet
  • 128 Zip Someone’s Mouth
  • 129 to Ditch Someone
  • 130 Henpecked Husband
  • 131 Bury The Head in The Sand
  • 132 Eager Beaver
  • 133 Until The Cows Come Home
  • 134 Worn Out
  • 135 Drag Someone’s Feet
  • 136 Keep Someone’s Words
  • 137 Bookworm
  • 138 to Be An Old Hand
  • 139 Runny Nose
  • 140 That’s News to Me

Idioms and Phrases Unit 8

  • 141 to Have a Heart of Gold
  • 142 Get to the Point
  • 143 to Get Out of Bed on the Wrong Side
  • 144 Barking Up the Wrong Tree
  • 145 to Have Other Fish to Fry
  • 146 No Offense
  • 147 Two-Fisted
  • 148 to Thumb Your Nose at Somebody
  • 149 I Got Your 6
  • 150 Act Your Age
  • 151 Pig Out
  • 152 to Make Up for Something
  • 153 to Hell With Something or Somebody
  • 154 Hop in
  • 155 Cut The Comedy
  • 156 Why The Long Face
  • 157 Ta-Ta for Now
  • 158 The Damage is Done
  • 159 Turn on The Waterworks
  • 160 Home Sweet Home

Idioms and Phrases Unit 9

  • 161 A Dead Ringer for Someone
  • 162 Your Wish is My Command
  • 163 Just My Luck
  • 164 What’s It to You
  • 165 to Answer the Call of Nature
  • 166 to Be Stuffed
  • 167 Not to Be on Speaking Term
  • 168 Wearing Odd Shoes / Gloves / Socks
  • 169 Rise and Shine
  • 170 Stand Someone Up
  • 171 Pangs of Conscience
  • 172 Leave It to Someone
  • 173 Walking Papers
  • 174 Jump Down Someone’s Throat
  • 175 to Soak Someone
  • 176 to Have A Screw Loose
  • 177 to Blow The Fuse
  • 178 Hit And Miss
  • 179 Eat Like A Horse
  • 180 Not in The Same Wavelength

Idioms and Phrases Unit 10

  • 181 Eat Your Words
  • 182 From A To Z
  • 183 As White As A Sheet
  • 184 Find Someone’s Feet
  • 184 Find Someone’s Feet
  • 186 Wind Your Neck in
  • 187 Save Someone’s Neck
  • 188 It’s Beyond Your Dignity
  • 189 You Are Over The Hump
  • 190 Rainy Day
  • 191 to Have A Big Mouth
  • 192 Not in A Good Mood
  • 193 Dog Days
  • 194 to Stab Somebody in The Back
  • 195 to Get A Kick Out of Something
  • 196 Feel Under The Weather
  • 197 Pipe Down
  • 198 Never Say Die
  • 199 Get in Someone’s Hair
  • 200 Cat Got Your Tongue


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To improve your idioms, you can start by studying common idiomatic expressions and their meanings. You can also practise using idioms in context by reading or listening to natural English conversations. Also working with a language tutor or taking a course on English idioms and phrases can provide targeted guidance and feedback to help you master this important aspect of the language.

Idioms are challenging to learn because their meanings are often not predictable from the individual words they are composed of. Additionally, idioms often have multiple meanings or can be used in different ways depending on the context, which can make them confusing for learners.

The objective of idioms is to add meaning and cultural context to language, as well as to make communication more efficient and memorable. By using idiomatic expressions, speakers can convey complex ideas and emotions in a concise and effective way.

Idioms are important in English because they add depth, nuance, and cultural context to our language. They also help us to communicate more effectively and efficiently by expressing complex ideas and emotions in a concise and memorable way.

The origin of idioms is often unknown or unclear, but many idiomatic expressions have roots in history, culture, and literature. Some idioms may have been coined by famous authors or historical figures, while others may have evolved over time through common usage and cultural influence.

To memorise a phrase easily, you can try breaking it down into smaller parts or chunks and practising each part separately. You can also try associating the phrase with a memorable image or situation to help you remember it more effectively. Repeating the phrase out loud several times or writing it down multiple times can also help you commit it to memory.

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