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20 Sets Of Words Which Sound Similar But Have Different Meanings

20 Sets Of Words Which Sound Similar But Have Different Meanings

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Fce exam speaking useful phrases for essays Useful phrases for part 3 of the FCE Speaking test, with examples of how to use them.

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American Idioms-----originated during battlefield surgery before chloroform was invented and the injured soldier or sailor was given a bullet to bite when nothing else was available to try to ease the pain. Probably some were swallowed.

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“The pot calling the kettle black” means “don’t criticize another person for a fault that you have yourself”. Example: You are accusing me of being lazy? That’s the pot calling the kettle.

Idiom: Bite the dust - to die, quit, or fail - Perhaps the origin is Psalms 72 (KJV), "lick the dust," meaning to die.  "Bite the dust" is in a translation of the Iliad.

Idiom: Bite the dust - to die, quit, or fail - Perhaps the origin is Psalms 72 (KJV), "lick the dust," meaning to die. "Bite the dust" is in a translation of the Iliad.