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Illustrations explain what different Australian idioms actually mean

Illustrations explain what different Australian idioms actually mean

Flat out like a drinking lizard? Mad as a cut snake? Popular Aussie idioms can get pretty confusing (not to mention really wacky), that’s why travel site ‘

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Flat out like a drinking lizard? Mad as a cut snake? Popular Aussie idioms can get pretty confusing (not to mention really wacky), that’s why travel site ‘

Aussie slang of my parent's generation.

"Full as a goog" Meaning: Extremely drunk, or unable to eat any more because you are full. 'Goog', abbreviated from 'googie', comes from 'Scots goggie', a child’s word for egg. Some other Australian phrases in the same sense:

Illustrations explain what different Australian idioms actually mean

Illustrations explain what different Australian idioms actually mean

MONSTROUS IDIOMS features 6 monsters commonly used in American idiomatic expressions. Each slide has a description, an illustration, and uses the idiom in 1 or 2 sentences. This lesson works well with all levels of language from E.S.L. to gifted and high achievers. It is high interest and stimulates language. It is a fail proof lesson that always stimulates class discussions and reinforces the steps to writing wonderful short stories. Grades 3-7 $

Idioms: Monsters in Figurative Language

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