Idioms & Homophones

Information about Idioms & Homophones

Published on July 6, 2012

Author: juliestacy



Idiom: Idiom An idiom is a natural way of speaking to a native speaker of the language. An idiom is slang-like language that native speakers of the language would understand. A Chip on Your Shoulder: A Chip on Your Shoulder Being upset for something that happened in the past. A Dime a Dozen: A Dime a Dozen Anything that is common and easy to get. A Piece of Cake: A Piece of Cake A task that can be accomplished very easily. Break a Leg: Break a Leg A superstitious way to say 'good luck' without saying 'good luck', but rather the opposite. Buy a Lemon: Buy a Lemon To purchase a vehicle that constantly gives problems or stops running after you drive it away. Homophones: Homophones Homophones are words that sound alike but with different meanings and spellings. PowerPoint Presentation: Earn Urn PowerPoint Presentation: Cash Cache PowerPoint Presentation: Hay Hey PowerPoint Presentation: Waist Waste

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