English speaking work idioms

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Learn natural English vocabulary to talk about how to explain work-related idioms. Awesome phrases for speaking. Look at work idioms below. What do you think they mean?

  • work like a dog
  • work out
  • work the system
  • work your socks off

In the video Maria is explaining the idiom “Jack of all trades, master of none.” What do you think it means?

Watch the video. Which statements below are true and which are false?

Tom’s got a job

Maria is starting a blog

Jill is interested in customs and traditions

What work-related idioms are important and common in your culture? How could you explain them in English? Are there idioms about job skills?

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Published by Polina

English teacher, cultural explorer and Korean&Slovenian language learner

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