#IOTW: Idioms Related to Education

Hello fellas:) Today we’re going to talk about…. Education! We’re going to talk about idioms related to education :) #IOTW

Let’s start!

1. Learn something off by heart: To learn something in such a way that you can say it from memory.

Example 1:

Danya learnt everything in the book off by heart.

2. Three Rs: Used to refer to the basic areas of education: reading, writing and arithmetic.

Example 2:

Some people could easily leave school without even mastering the basic three Rs. 

3. With flying colors: To do something very successfully. 

Example 3:

Della hopes that she could pass all her exams with flying colors.

4. Bookworm: Someone who reads a lot.

Example 4:

Is Nina a bookworm?

5. Copycat: Someone who does or says exactly the same as someone else.

Example 5:

Don’t be a copycat. Do them with your own way.

That’s all I can share for today, fellas. Do you often use those idioms?

 

Compiled and written by @waitatiri at @EnglishTips4U on April 2, 2014

 

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