Idioms - Describing People - Off2Class ESL Lesson Plan Make a Copy
What is an idiom?
An idiom is a unique saying or phrase made up of words that, when combined, take on a whole new meaning than the individual words within the phrase. Idioms are common and students hear them every day, but they might not understand what they mean. They are tricky but important to teach to new English learners, especially as their listening and speaking skills improve.
Idioms describing people: This lesson plan focuses on common idioms we use to describe people, including black sheep and gold digger.
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