how to start a idiomatic self introduction?
Feb 28, 2017 9:22 AM
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You might find these idioms helpful when describing yourself. I teach them in my conversation/idiom classes when we discuss personality. Let me know if you have trouble understanding any of them and I can explain more. **Down to earth - someone who is humble, a realistic and practical person who has sensible reactions and expectations. **A loose cannon - someone who cannot be trusted because they are unpredictable and have irresponsible behaviour which can cause trouble. **As stubborn as a mule - someone who is unwilling to listen to reason or change their mind about something. **Hard as nails - someone who is very unsympathetic who does not seem to care about others. **High and mighty - someone who thinks they are more superior than other people. **Full of hot air - a person who is full of nonsense and talks a lot without saying anything worthwhile. **A heart of gold - someone who is very kind and caring. **A pain in the neck - someone who is very annoying. **A couch potato - someone who is lazy and spends too much time in front of the TV and eating junk food. **Butter wouldn't melt in his/her mouth - someone who looks completely innocent but they are capable of doing naughty/unpleasant things. Good luck! I hope this helps! :)
February 28, 2017
Hi there! Seems like you need to give you self introduction and use as many idioms as possible! Think you can do it? Maybe, give a try here! Good luck and keep learning! David
February 28, 2017
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