Fun Easy English Classroom November 30


Learn American
English idioms
letter V
Idioms Letter V

Today in the classroom you are going to learn some idioms beginning with the letter V.
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Idioms: American English Idioms - Letter V

Today learn idioms beginning with the letter V.
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Idiom Definition Usage
very well Okay Very well, you can leave work early.
vicious circle unbroken sequence of cause and effect Drinking alcohol, becoming depressed and then drinking even more is an example of a vicious circle.
voted down defeated The election results showed the governor was voted down.
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From YOUR Teacher: Voted down

When something is voted down it means the majority of people voting decided not to accept the proposal.
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