“Put your best foot forward” means “to do something as well as you can”. Example: Make sure you put your best foot forward for tonight’s performance.
“Prick up your ears” means “to listen carefully”. Example: The children pricked up their ears when they heard the word “candy”.
“One for the road” is an alcoholic drink just before leaving. Example: Before I went home, she persuaded me to have one for the road. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com
Idiom - IT IS NOT MY CUP OF TEA
English Language, ESL, EFL, Learn English, Vocabulary and Grammar
“On the dot” means “to be punctual, exactly on time”. Example: I expect to see you here at eight o'clock on the dot.
Exactly what I mean by this! Doodles - Lingvistov
Food Has No End!
let the cat out of the bag #idioms #ELT #voc
Idiomatic Expressions, Sayings, Proverbs... (English)
This @CourseHero infographic on Night is both visually stunning and informative!
Literature Infographics created by my team
Green Light idiom
idiomland: “ “Pardon my French” means “excuse me for swearing”. Example: Pardon…
Learn English with Antri Parto