4 April 2013

IDIOM, April 4th, 2013



There are three idioms that use the word BIRD:

Watch this video and then write a sentence of your own that uses one of these three idioms.

12 comments:

Diane Corbeil said...

free as a bird;
early birds;
the birds and the bees.

Alexey said...

Alexey ENGL140

A little bird told me all questions that will be asked tomorrow during my job interview.

Marina 143 said...

Marina 143

Well done, Alexey! May I borrow that bird for my coming English test, too? ;-)

Veronica Baig said...

DIANE: Now you need to put one of those into a sentence;-)
ALEXEY:Excellent:-)
MARINA: Good comment, but you need to use the whole idiom in your sentence;-)

Marina 143 said...

Marina 143
I know. ;-) It was just comment.

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Marina 143 said...

Marina 143
A little bird told me that I am a hen in the pen, while a peacock is a more precious species than any gang of hens and chickens.
For those having a bird’s eye view, it is as clear as day - the peacock existed and passed away.
The peacock's birdbrain, of course, was not aware that the hen’s eggs make it last forever!

Veronica Baig said...

MARINA: Interesting sentences:-)