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Keren Rosen Illustrates Classic Idioms in a Literal and Whimsical Way

Keren Rosen Illustrates Classic Idioms in a Literal and Whimsical Way

33 Illustrated Literal Idioms, Puns and Proverb Jam Sessions Created By Keren Rosen

“Shoot yourself in the foot” means “to do or say something that causes problems…

“Shoot yourself in the foot” means “to do or say something that causes problems for you”. Example: When Michelle got drunk before her final exam, she shot herself in the foot. She failed the test! Learning English can be fun!

Idiom : Penjelasan "Top Dog vs To eat like a horse" Dan Contoh Kalimat - http://www.sekolahbahasainggris.com/idiom-penjelasan-top-dog-vs-to-eat-like-a-horse-dan-contoh-kalimat/

Idiom : Penjelasan “Top Dog vs To eat like a horse” Dan Contoh Kalimat

Keren Rosen Illustrates Classic Idioms in a Literal and Whimsical Way

Keren Rosen Illustrates Classic Idioms in a Literal and Whimsical Way

English    is    FUNtastic: Meaning of "apple of my eye"

” 😍 Image by: Dings & Doodles-Keren Rosen קרן רוזן

Clever Illustrations Playfully Reveal the "True" Meanings of Idioms - My Modern Met

Clever Illustrations Playfully Reveal the "True" Meanings of Idioms

33 Illustrated Literal Idioms, Puns and Proverb Jam Sessions Created By Keren Rosen -

Well, in typical British bank holiday form, it is indeed raining cats and dogs today! But I thought I would grab the bull by the horns, put pen to paper and write this post. These are just some of …

Well, in typical British bank holiday form, it is indeed raining cats and dogs today! But I thought I would grab the bull by the horns, put pen to paper and write this post.

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The English idioms explained with some cute and funny illustrations

Ever think about the literal meaning of some of the English expressions we use every day? Check out these awesome illustrations by artist Roisin Hahessy, who came up with the idea while teaching English as a foreign language in Brazil!

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