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Idiom of the day: Armchair expert  Meaning: A person who knows a lot about a subject, but has little or no experience or real understanding of it.  Example:  - I can give you a lot of advice about driving.  - But you’ve never driven in your life, you’re...

Idiom of the day: Armchair expert Meaning: A person who knows a lot about a subject, but has little or no experience or real understanding of it. Example: - I can give you a lot of advice about driving. - But you’ve never driven in your life, you’re.

American Idioms

Idiom of the day: Every cloud has a silver lining. Meaning: In every bad situation there is an element of good. Example: As the trip’s been cancelled I’ll be able to go to the match this Saturday. Every cloud has a silver lining.

"Lose your train of thought" means "to forget what you were talking or thinking about".   Example: – Yesterday I… oh look, there’s a bird at the window. Wait, what was I saying? I lost my train of thought.

“Lose your train of thought” means “to forget what you were talking or thinking about”. Example: – Yesterday I… oh look, there’s a bird at the window. I lost my train of thought. Get our apps for learning English:.