In this short article I explain the meaning of a fun English idiom – Don’t overegg the pudding. Includes examples and photos!
I explain the phrase ‘hot potato’ with the help of my three-armed uncle.
In today’s article we look at a well-known idiom, ‘Don’t look a gift horse in the mouth’, and also think about the difference between blimps and zeppelins.
This idiom is pretty weird, right? Let’s try and get to the bottom of what it means. I’ve included images and examples to make it understandable.
I explain the meaning of the English idiom ‘a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush’ and give advice on how best to use it.