(to) bite off more than you can chew
-to accept more work than you can handle and/or manage
I think you have bitten off more than you can chew...you need a vacation!
a piece of cake
-a task and/or experience that is very easy to complete with success
Using this app is a piece of cake...let me show you.
- Discuss the meaning of each idiom.
- Read the examples together.
- In what situation would you use this idiom?
- Use these expressions in some other examples that you create with your partner.
Are there any other expressions that are similar to these?
Share Your Opinion 15 minutes
Read the following and share your opinions with each other:
If you could make some important changes to the school(s) that you attend or have attended, what type of changes would you make?
What changes to schools do you think will be made in the future? Give specific examples and reasons.
Pay attention to and talk about the introductory phrases that you use when sharing your opinions and reflections.
“Well, I would change...(the school hours, the amount of time students spend in school, etc..)”
"In the future, I think they may...(just study from home, just study online, etc.)"
“I think that schools should... (use more technology, take more field trips, etc.)”
"In the future, there will / should be no more...(tests, grades, etc.)"
Final Free Chat 10 minutes
Have a free conversation with your partner...and have fun!