More English idioms for learners
Today I am posting some really unusual English idioms and an example in everyday speech.
Try and guess the meaning and on Monday I will post the explanations:
And Bob's your uncle!
Just add a little salt and Bob's your uncle!
I haven't been there in donkey's years.
To go pear shaped.
Our plans for the party went pear shaped.
A fly in the ointment
The plan was a good one, but the only fly in the ointment was that he couldn't finance it