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In this lesson, I’ll share some fantastic idioms that are all about… sailing! ⛵️⛵️⛵️
But of course, they are IDIOMS…
So, just because the words ‘sail’ or ‘sailing’ or ‘ship’ or ‘boat’ appear, doesn’t mean you have to be on the water to use them!!
They are commonly used in everyday situations, that have nothing to do with sailing or boating at all! Many of these idioms are used in professional contexts, or even when talking casually about work.
The English idioms in this lesson are:
(to) RUN A TIGHT SHIP
THAT SHIP HAS SAILED
A SINKING SHIP
ENOUGH TO SINK A SHIP
These essential English idioms will help you to understand more conversations AND help you sound natural and confident when speaking English
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