Photo: Cover of In the Loop
In the Loop
In The Loop is a reference guide that explores the form, meaning, and use of hundreds of American idioms. Each entry provides a brief definition or synonym, example sentences, and usage notes. Also included in the book are ready-to-use classroom activities, a list of featured idioms organized by theme, and a complete index.

In The Loop is a reference guide to American English idioms. It will not only help students learn the meaning of American idioms, but also give them an understanding of the history, culture, values, and beliefs these idioms reflect. In addition to the idioms themselves, the book contains lists of idioms by theme, some ready-to-use classroom activities, and an index that identifies the original listing and any cross-references to the idiom.

Adapted from: Something to Crow About by Shelley Vance Laflin; Ed. Anna Maria Malkoç, Frank Smolinski

Format: Text, Image / Poster / Maps

Format: Book/EPUB/MOBI/PDF
Size: 6 x 9 in.
Text: 128 pages
GPS Invoice No: G0701-E

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