English speakers like to use idioms to make their language more colorful. We wrote a blog post that explains how to use animal idioms. It was so fun that we decided to make an infographic!
Have a look at our fun Animal Idioms graphic. Discover how to go wild with your English learning! Learn how to use these animal idioms in everyday conversation by checking out the example sentences below the graphic.
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How to use these animal idioms:
Monkey business: “I noticed some people selling fake watches from a suitcase. It looked like monkey business to me!”
Rat race: “Martin left the rat race for a few months. He quit his job and went travelling.”
Cat burglar: “Alex had his laptop taken from his room on the fourth floor. Police suspect it was a cat burglar.”
Top dog: “Michael felt like the top dog when he became captain of the football team.”
Cash cow: “The company relied heavily on their best-selling product. It was their cash cow.”
Eager beaver: “Mike worked really hard to pass all of his examples. He is a real eager beaver!”
Road hog: “Philipp is a serious road hog. He was banned from driving for six months.”
Black sheep: “When Peter went to jail he became the black sheep of the family.”
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