Idioms and Phrasal Verbs forms part of the Oxford word skills vocabulary series. It is a series of two book for students to learn, practise, and revise everyday English idioms and phrasal verbs.
There are over 1000 new idioms and phrasal verbs in each level, and all of the material can be used in the classroom or for self-study.
When people think of idioms, they tend to think of the more imaginative and colourful examples: tich the bucket, have a bone to pick with someone, full of beans, be barking up the wrong tree, … These vivid expressions can be extremely difficult to understand, so they are often the ones that teachers are called upon to explain in the classroom. It is also undeniably true that idioms – especially the more vivid ones – hold a particular fascination for some learners. However, there are thousands of idioms, less exotic and often more transparent than the ones above, hich are of a vast majority of learners.
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