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Test your understanding of the English lesson by answering these questions. You will get the answers and your score at the end of the quiz.
Cindy is the _________ of the classroom. She does everything the teacher says and still asks for more homework.

Paul and Ron are headed on a _________ trip across South America. All they are carrying is their backpacks and a sense of adventure.

The ________ of a disposable lid is to prevent hot coffee from splashing out of the cup.

We advise you to always keep an eye on your drink to ensure no one _______ it with drugs.

My supervisor ________ because I was caught stealing office supplies. I might get fired.

I've left you a ________ guide of all the chores that need to get done in my absence.

When they had their first child, the parents decided one of them should stay at home with the baby. The father became the ________ of the family.

Jen and Brad are ________ for the glamorous annual awards gala.


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50 Comments on “Learn common English expressions…that come from shoes?!”


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Thanks for the great lessons I really love this I got 100,why wouldn’t I with your magnificent explanation

Wednesday, July 11th 2018

WOW, IM THE FIRST COMMENT!?! Thx for your lesson and your shoes James! I got 8/8!!! :D

Wednesday, July 11th 2018

    Hey Sheryl! You yourself told me first or second is not important!!! 😉

    Wednesday, July 11th 2018

      :D Oh I remember that, but this is the 1st time I comment 1st and you know! XD

      Thursday, July 12th 2018

      And my name is Sherly… ‘._.

      Thursday, July 12th 2018

        ok, sorry, Sherly!

        Friday, July 13th 2018

          :P

          Saturday, July 14th 2018

Very useful lesson. Thank you very much!

Wednesday, July 11th 2018

I got 07/08. Thank you James! It was such a brilliant quiz. <3

Wednesday, July 11th 2018

Mr E is James’ Achilles’ heels.

Wednesday, July 11th 2018

I want to change my clothes and become stepping out in style person.

Wednesday, July 11th 2018

My Achilles’ heel is engVid videos.

Wednesday, July 11th 2018

Shoe consists of architecture, heels, laces and sole.

Wednesday, July 11th 2018

This key is a shoo-in for the lock

Wednesday, July 11th 2018

that was a god lesson thanks a lot

Wednesday, July 11th 2018

Thanks, James you help me a lot

Wednesday, July 11th 2018

my Achilles’ heel was PS4

Wednesday, July 11th 2018

Great, great lesson, James. Very useful. Thank you.

Wednesday, July 11th 2018

Thanks Dear James, Your sole purpose is to teach good english to needy people.. May God Bless You..

Wednesday, July 11th 2018

How to start the quiz??… questions are not coming

Thursday, July 12th 2018

Wow i got 7/8.
Engvid is shoo-in for learning

Thursday, July 12th 2018

i really apprectiate the big help provided by all teachers in engvid . thank you all

Thursday, July 12th 2018

Thank you! The shoe idiom was new for me.

Friday, July 13th 2018

Great vocab lesson. Thank you very much.

Friday, July 13th 2018

You are very good teacher 🙏

Friday, July 13th 2018

I have never thought it was possible to make a long and complete lesson speaking about shoes!

Friday, July 13th 2018

Thank you so much I got 8 out of 8 correct thanks.

Friday, July 13th 2018

I got 90/100, what do you think guys about it?

Sunday, July 15th 2018

I am not to bad, but I need to watch again.

Wednesday, July 18th 2018

Hi james! You have brought me to heel w.r.t. learning English. Your lecture is my Achilles’heel. I spent almost 2 hours learning English without realising that

Wednesday, July 18th 2018

thanks

Wednesday, July 18th 2018

It’s useful idioms of shoe. Thank you very much.

Thursday, July 19th 2018

Thank u

Friday, July 20th 2018

we appreciate it James , but there is an idiom related to shoe and you did not mention , it is ” put yourself in my shoes”

Sunday, July 22nd 2018

    That’s a good one, too!

    For anyone who doesn’t know what it means, “to put yourself in someone’s shoes” or “walk a mile in someone’s shoes” means “imagine if you were in someone else’s situation.”

    Person 1: “Stealing is always wrong. The man who stole that bread should go to jail.”
    Person 2: “He stole it to feed his family. Put yourself in his shoes. Could you let your children go to bed hungry?”

    Tuesday, July 24th 2018

it is very great pessons thanks for presented it to me

Monday, July 23rd 2018

Hello,James! I like your lessons a lot! Is there any difference between Somebody and Someone(Anybody and Anyone) and so on?

Tuesday, July 24th 2018

Mr J is the googy two_shoes of the enghisl lesson.

Thursday, July 26th 2018

    sorry typographical error on the English spelling

    Thursday, July 26th 2018

I got 7/8…… I am so happy.

Sunday, July 29th 2018

You’re a great teacher James! :)

Saturday, August 4th 2018

super talented teacher-artist. thank you!

Wednesday, August 8th 2018

That was so cool and interesting !
Thank you

Thursday, August 9th 2018

Thanks, it is very helpful lessons, you as always explain this topic in an easy way:-) I was watching it few times, have done the excercise you recommend and now I passed the quiz :-) even though it was compitely new for me.

Tuesday, August 14th 2018

Can you explain for us the word “soul food” and soulful and soulless

Tuesday, August 14th 2018

Thank you, it was such wonderful lesson

Sunday, August 26th 2018

Thank you, it was such a wonderful lesson

Sunday, August 26th 2018

Thanks for this lesson, It was so interesting

Thursday, August 30th 2018

Yeee I got 50%,I am the best 😁😁.

Tuesday, September 4th 2018
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