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English Idioms - Fish, Food, Football, From Scratch, Fruit

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Fish Idioms - BBC Learning English (The Teacher)
The Teacher introduces us to three idioms connected with fish.
Foot idioms - BBC Learning English (The Teacher)
The teacher introduces us to three English idioms connected with feet.

Football Idioms from The Teacher
In this video the Teacher becomes a football player and teaches you these three idioms: The kick off Moving the goalposts A political football
American Slang & Idioms - FROM SCRATCH
This is a phrase which means from the beginning or zero. This expression is derived from the line scratched or drawn in the ground that people used as the starting line of a race. The phrase also means starting from raw ingredients. For example, you can say, "My sister baked a cake from scratch for my birthday; she didn't use any of those pre-mixed ingredients."

Fruit Idioms - BBC Learning English (The Teacher)
The BBC introduces us to three idioms connected with fruit.

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