2001 Eat a Horse - American Idiomatic Expressions Conversation Role Play

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Idiomatic Expressions
American English

The exercise can be used as a role playing conversation between you and your student. Page 2 presents the entire conversation followed by pages with only one part of the conversation. Role play with your student while highlighting the following expressions:

I could eat a horse !!!
I’m famished (starving).
Crossed off
I’m dying for
Busy bee (busy as a bee)
It’s a plan.
Bee in her bonnet
The birds and the bees


Have fun with your student. We use many idiomatic expressions in American English and this exercise will help your student improve reading, listening and conversational skills as well as promote familiarity with our slang and expressions.

Level: Intermediate English as a Second Language
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30 Minutes

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