• What do Brazilian native speakers mean when they have the king in the belly, the hands in the dough, or pain in the elbow? And what does "peeling the pineapple" really mean? Here you will learn some idioms and how to use them.

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    Colors

    Here you'll learn: some idioms with colours

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    Animals 1

    Here you'll learn: some idioms with animals

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    Animals 2

    Here you'll learn: some idioms with animals

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    Nature and time

    Here you'll learn: some idioms related to nature or time

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    Food

    Here you'll learn: some idioms with food

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    Body 1

    Here you'll learn: some idioms with body parts

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    Body 2

    Here you'll learn: some idioms with body parts

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    Body 3

    Here you'll learn: some idioms with body parts

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    Objects 1

    Here you'll learn: some idioms with objects

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    Objects 2

    Here you'll learn: some idioms with objects

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    Other

    Here you'll learn: some idioms related to various subjects

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