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Learn English Idioms White

We are going to learn 3 new English idioms with the teacher from BBC Learning English. In this episode, The Teacher introduces you to three idiomatic phrases connected with the colour white. Learn English Idioms: Black and white: if we have situation in which it’s easy for someone to understand what’s wrong and what’s right, we say ‘it’s black and white As white as a sheet: very pale, ashen, pallid, wan. A white-knuckle ride: if something is very exciting or scary, we call it a white-knuckle ride. Note: If you want to download this video, click here to download. Also
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English Idioms Blue

In this english video lesson, The Teacher introduces you to three idiomatic phrases connected with the colour blue. 1. A bolt from the blue: unexpected and shocking surprise or event (e.g.: “She had been working in the company for twenty years, so when she quit, it must have felt like a bolt from the blue”) 2. Once in a blue moon: infrequently, not often, once in a while 3. Until you are blue in the face: highly exasperated, very infuriated Script of the video: Hello, I’m a very interesting and intelligent man. And today, the colour blue and I are
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English Red Idioms

Learn English with The Teacher and BBC Learning English – Red Idioms. Learn English with The Teacher and BBC Learning English. In this episode, The Teacher introduces three idioms all connected with the colour red.


English Green Idioms

Green Idioms and The Teacher from BBC Learning English. Idioms related to the colour green. Find out about three idioms: to have green fingers; the grass is always green on the other side; to be green with envy.


English Silver Idioms

Silver Idioms and The Teacher from BBC Learning English. Idioms related to the colour silver. Find out about three idioms: to be born with a silver spoon in your mouth, to be silver-tongued, every cloud has a silver lining.