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I read five novels a week. I´m a complete
bookworm.
A person who reads a lots of books.
I haven’t got a clue about Algebra .
I don’t know anything about it. I have no idea.
I picked up a few words when I visited
Poland last summer.
Learn something without trying or without
effort.
I had to learn the dates of kings and queens
by heart.
To memorise
Simon always gets good grades. He’s the
teacher’s pet.
The teacher’s favourite student
She knows the underground of Madrid inside out.
To know something very well
The question about bacteria was really
difficult. I just made a wild guess.
Give an answer without thinking about it and i...
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Idioms about learning

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idioms in English about learning

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Idioms about learning

  1. 1. I read five novels a week. I´m a complete bookworm. A person who reads a lots of books.
  2. 2. I haven’t got a clue about Algebra . I don’t know anything about it. I have no idea.
  3. 3. I picked up a few words when I visited Poland last summer. Learn something without trying or without effort.
  4. 4. I had to learn the dates of kings and queens by heart. To memorise
  5. 5. Simon always gets good grades. He’s the teacher’s pet. The teacher’s favourite student
  6. 6. She knows the underground of Madrid inside out. To know something very well
  7. 7. The question about bacteria was really difficult. I just made a wild guess. Give an answer without thinking about it and it can be wrong or right if you are lucky

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