On YouTube! American Idioms Related To Food – English Vocabulary Word Lesson

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New on YouTube! Today is Part 14 in my series of lessons to help you increase and remember vocabulary. This month, we are looking at American Idioms. Today, we are going to look at idioms that have food related words. The idioms are bring home the bacon, get something for peanuts, not my cup of tea, out to lunch, and a smart cookie. Are you ready? Let’s check it out!






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