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Travel Idioms

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There are many idioms in English that include a mode of transport or a verb used with transport. For example:

"This course is really hard, but at least we are all in the same boat."

In other words, we are all in the same situation. What do you think the missing words are in these idioms? Good luck!

Can you write a definition of what each idiom means?

Link: Travel Vocabulary

Link: Booking a package holiday Q&A

Lesson by Caroline

  • 1. That man in the club kept telling me really inappropriate things, so I told him to get on his ___!

  • 2. That antique shop has some beautiful furniture, but the owner ___ a hard bargain!

  • 3. Jenny has really gone off the ___ since she started university.

  • 4. I think my parents are sick of me. I'm sure they're going to __ me off to boarding school!

  • 5. All she thinks about is ballet, she has got a one ___ mind.

  • 6. I'm so frightened he will fall off the ___ and start drinking again.

  • 7. People keep asking me what I'm going to do when I finish my masters. I tell them I'll cross that ___ when I come to it.

  • 8. All the most important things in my life are changing. My life is such a ___ at the moment.

  • 9. My little brother wants to play games all the time. He's ___ me up the wall!

  • 10. You shouldn't have worried! I knew you would ___ through that exam!