By watching this video lesson, you will learn 5 English Idioms that will help you sound more like a native English speaker.
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ENGLISH IDIOM #1
English Idiom: Hit the road…
Meaning: “To start a journey”
- We need to hit the road early if we want to make it to the beach before it gets crowded.
- After a quick breakfast, we hit the road to begin our trip across America.
- It’s time to hit the road and explore new cities.
ENGLISH IDIOM #2
English Idiom: On the move
Meaning: “traveling from one place to another”
- As a travel blogger, my friend is always on the move.
- We need to pack our bags quickly because we’ll be on the move again this evening.
- My friends are always on the move during the summer.
ENGLISH IDIOM #3
English Idiom: Catch a ride
Meaning: “to get a lift from someone; to go somewhere in someone else’s car”
- Can I catch a ride with you to the airport?
- I don’t have a car, so I’ll have to catch a ride with one of my sisters.
- If you’re going downtown in a few minutes, can I catch a ride with you?
ENGLISH IDIOM #4
English Idiom: Take off
Meaning: “to leave a place, especially by plane”
- We’re scheduled to take off at 5 pm, so please make sure you’re at the airport on time.
- The plane is about to take off, so please fasten your seatbelts at this time.
- I’m excited to take off on my first international flight and explore a new culture.
ENGLISH IDIOM #5
English Idiom: Road trip
Meaning: “a long journey made by car”
- We’re planning a road trip to visit all the national parks.
- Our family loves taking road trips during the summer and discovering new places.
- I’m looking forward to our road trip to the beach next month.