This group aims at improving use of phrases and idioms to make English more enjoyable and sweet.
A chip on one's shoulder
This means to carry some burden of past incidences / happening.Examples :1. It is a good skills not to carry a chip on self shoulders. 2. On diagnosis of his fear it was clear that he had a chip on his shoulder about an accident where most of his close relatives had died. 3. Why there is a chip on your shoulder always?Enjoy !Read more…
Can someone give me an idiom or proverb which describe about "good matters we takes as lessons, the bad matters we make border"? Something like that. Thank you.
It depends upon what level of English you are. Means there is no limit if the level goes to advance.
We use idioms when we wish to express an important message in less no of words. Example `Those who stay in glass houses should not throw stones at others`. This statement has a great deeper meaning and it hits the listeners mind and passes all that speaker wants to pass on in shortest statement.
Adam has shared a very good thought..it connects our ambitions with related actions.
A Great Saying!
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Hit The Books:
To study, especially for a test or exam.
where i can used idioms