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The Experiment is a collection of short series that are a little different to our usual programmes - but still help you improve your English.

Our fourth series, Phrase Frenzy, gives you a chance to test your knowledge of English idioms by looking at some pictures - but be quick, you only have 15 seconds to identify each idiom!

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Phrase Frenzy - animals

[Images: Getty images]

Animals

Watch this video and try to work out three English idioms from the pictures you see.

But be quick, you only have 15 seconds per phrase.

The answers are on the video and also shown below, so no cheating!

 

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How well do you know English idioms?

Your challenge: Look at these pictures and identify three idioms on the theme of...

animals

You have 15 seconds for each idiom. Are you ready?

Phrase 1: A bird's eye view = to be able to see clearly from a high place.

Phrase 2: Straight from the horse's mouth = hear information directly from the person responsible for it.

Phrase 3: To let the cat out of the bag = to let a secret be known, especially by mistake.

So how did you do?

1 correct = birdbrain!

2 correct = not bad

3 correct = brain box!

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To do

Try our quiz to see what you've learnt about animal-related idioms:

How well do you know English idioms?

3 Questions

Watch the video above and then see which idioms you know

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Animal idioms

a bird's eye view
to be able to see clearly from a high place.

straight from the horse's mouth
hear information directly from the person responsible for it.

to let the cat out of the bag
to let a secret be known, especially by mistake.

End of Session 13

Join us in Session 14 of The Experiment for another idiom challenge with Phrase Frenzy on the theme of sport.

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