How To Use English Animal IDIOMS! 馃惗馃惐馃悷

Learn how to use these common English animal idioms! 馃惗馃惐馃悷
Improve your pronunciation 馃憠

In this lesson, I’ll show you how to say and use these common English expressions to help you sound like a native English speaker.
Do you often use English idioms in your written and spoken English? The animal idioms that Emma teaches in this lesson are very common and used by English speakers around the world. If you’ve been wondering how to learn idioms, you’ve come to the right place! Here’s the complete mmmEnglish idioms playlist:

It’s time to open a can of worms and dive into the world of English animal idioms! Don’t worry if you feel like a fish out of water or if you’ve got butterflies in your stomach – let’s take our time and learn how to use these English idioms together!

English Animal idioms taught in this lesson:
It’s raining cats and dogs! 馃惗馃惐鈽旓笍
(to) let the cat out of the bag! 馃惐
(to) go cold turkey! 馃
wouldn’t hurt a fly 馃悵
elephant in the room 馃悩
(to have) butterflies in your stomach! 馃
a fish out of water 馃悷
(to) open a can of worms 馃悰

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My video lessons are created to help English learners to improve their pronunciation and speaking skills. Please note that the pronunciation of some of these words differs between English accents. I speak with an Australian English accent 馃檪

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