Idioms from around the world

Idioms are a great way to increase enthusiasm and interest in learning a language.

It’s fun to try to match these English idioms to ones with the same meaning in the students’ native language.

Some of these idioms are well known, but many of them even I didn’t know!

Idioms from around the English-speaking world

  • From the frying pan into the fire  = To escape one problem or bad situation, only to have a bigger problem or enter a worse situation.

To see more idioms, please visit 15 Idioms from around the world on LearnedWords.

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