Advanced ESL students are on the lookout for ways to “turbo charge” their improvement of English by being able to understand some of the English Expressions and Idioms an English native speaker is quite likely to take for granted … and so, alas, for the ESL beginner, is quite likely to slip into their conversational English.
Today we present a missing part of one of these English Expressions or Idioms and get the user to try to fill in the missing part.
Today we’d like to thank this link for a great list of English expressions and idioms (thanks for the list and you can find an explanation of the meanings at this link too) and, as per usual with ESL games (here at this blog), The Free Dictionary for the English expression or idiom lookups that may help linked off the underlined dot. Also of great help was the advice regarding Linear Gradient backgrounds for our HTML5 canvas element used today, that came from this very very useful link.
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