How To Use English Idioms | Holiday Idioms

Talk about your holidays with these awesome idioms!

Idioms can be tricky to learn to use because the meaning of an idiom is different to the individual meaning of each word in the idiom! This video will help you learn and practice some new English idioms, including:
– (to) travel light / (to) pack light
– (to) hit the road
– (to) catch the sun
– (To) live it up / (To) live the life
– on a shoestring / on the cheap
– at the crack of dawn
– bright and early
– (to) call it a day/night
– itchy feet

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Watch other mmmEnglish lessons about idioms:
BODY idioms
FOOD idioms
WEATHER idioms

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