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English Idioms - Ball, Bean, Bee, Bird





 
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Ball Idioms from The Teacher
Three idiomatic phrases connected with balls: Keep your eye on the ball; Its a whole new ball game; On the ball
Bean Idioms from The Teacher
Learn three English idioms connected to beans: To be full of beans I haven't got a bean To spill the beans



Bee Idioms from The Teacher
Learn three idioms connected to bees: Busy as a bee The bee's knees To have a bee in your bonnet
Bird Idioms - BBC Learning English (The Teacher)
The Teacher introduces us to three idioms connected with birds.


 

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