An idiom is an expression whose meaning is different than the literal meaning of the words. Idioms give flavor, and personality to your writing.
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It's raining really hard.
It’s raining cats and dogs.
My aunt is nice.
My aunt has a heart of gold.
EXAMPLES AND WRITING PROMPTS
A piece of cake: A piece of cake is an idiom that means that something can be accomplished easily.
Prompt: Have you ever thought that something was going to be difficult but it turned out to be a piece of cake? Describe what happened.
Heart of gold: To have a heart of gold means to be a kind, caring, and giving person.
Prompt: Do you know someone who has a heart of gold? Describe that person.
A fish out of water: A fish out of water is an expression that means that you are out of place, or somewhere you don’t belong.
Prompt: Tell about a time when you felt like you were a fish out of water.
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