6 Food Idioms in English

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6 Food Idioms in English

Post  Vincent Law on Thu Aug 29, 2013 2:14 am

English idioms are everywhere, in books, comic books, TV series, real conversation, you name it!
Here’s an infographic about food idioms in English! At the bottom of the page you will find an example of each one of them.

- It’s no use crying over spilt milk:
"I was offered the job, but I turned it down, I should have taken that job! It’s no use crying over spilt milk! I’ll find a new one."

- Walk on eggshells:

"I’m walking on eggshells with my new boss."

- Take something with a pinch (grain) of salt:
"I don’t believe him! If I were you, I’d take it with a pinch/grain of salt."

- Food for thought:

"His lecture certainly gave me food for thought."

- Have egg on one’s face:
"I made a big mistake at the conference and I ended up with egg on my face."

- Piece of cake:

"I passed the exam with flying colors, it was a piece of cake!"

What is your favorite English idiom? Where did you see it? In books, magazines, newspaper, on the internet? Please, share with us in the comments below, and don’t forget to share this topic with your friends! See you next time!

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