发表时间：2022-04-04 13:35作者：TESOL in China
TESOL习语-1. Don't judge a book by its cover- Sounds complicated, but gets simpler as and when you understand it. It simply means stop being judgmental, especially by just looking at the external of the individual.
Usage- Don't judge a book by its cover Jake, she's a decent girl with a great personality.
TESOL习语-2. Bite more than you can chew- This is a famous idiom that is used when a person takes up more responsibility than he/ she can carry out.
Usage- John always bites more than he can chew and lands himself in trouble.
TESOL习语-3. Hear it from the horse's mouth- This is a smart idiom that means to hear the news straight from the source's mouth.
Usage- Wait for a while, you'll get to hear it straight from the horse's mouth.
TESOL习语-4. Speak of the devil- When the person you have just been talking about arrives.
Usage- Rita is such a Shopaholic. Oh! Speak of the devil and here she is.
TESOL习语-5. Feeling under the weather- This idiom is used when you feel a bit low due to health reasons.