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Part 1- Idioms in English (in Malayalam)
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Repeated idioms in English (part 1)

Mansoorali Kappungal is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Mansoorali Kappungal
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Sir, rather then simple reading the news, Please try to explain the key words Thank You
thanks sir. one doubt in one question which of the following pair is wrong? a) glass -glasses. b) lion - lioness c) leaf- leaves d) wolf- wolves
bakiyellam singular plural Alle....lion lioness aanum pennumalle
a year ago
thank you sir
Sir one word substitution te class koodi..... ✍️
sir phrasal verb, antonyms and synonyms kude add cheyyane...
Let the cat out ennum paranjapo avide our cat karanja pole..thank-you Sir
sir examnu munp phrasal verbs koodi plz sir
  1. Exam Oriented English Mansoorali Kappungal

  2. Once in a blue moon:very rarely Beating around the bush: Avoiding the main topic Raining cats and dogs: heavy rain The pros and cons: for and against a thing Show white feather :showing cowardice A blessing in disguise: something positive that is not recognised until later

  3. Black Sheep : a worthless member of a respectable family Cock and Bull story: an unbelievable story Sour grapes something considered as worthless Head over heels: very much in love Kith and kin: friends and relatives White elephant: a useless person

  4. Apple of discord: cause of dispute A wild Goose chase : a foolish attempt Let the cat out of the bag: reveal secrets Swan song: a person's last performance Kick the bucket: to die, to admit failure At the 11th hour At the last moment By hook or crook: by any means, legal or illegal

  5. To pick holes : to criticize someone Hit the nail on the head: said exactly the right thing Hear it on the grapevine :spread rumours To blaze a trail: to initiate a work Parish pumps: local politics Tooth and nail with all power