Idioms through pictures

Idioms through pictures

The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree a child usually has a similar character or similar qualities to his or her parents: Her daughter soon showed her own musical talent, proving that the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.    ...
Idioms through pictures

Idioms through pictures

to let the cat out of the bag to reveal a secret: Trump Jr. let the cat out of the bag about how the entire Trump business empire was built on Russian money at a conference in 2008.  ...
Idioms through pictures

Idioms through pictures

to make-believe to pretend or imagine that something is true or real when it is not. EXAMPLE SENTENCES: I tried to make believe she was happy, but knew deep down it wasn’t true. Brenda rode along, make-believing she was a knight riding to the rescue. I was...