#276: Foodie Podcast! 20 Idioms & Expressions Related to EATING
You probably know by now that here at RealLife English we’re foodies (we love food!) It must be a common thing for English speakers because we have so many expressions related to eating and food. So today we’ll look at a bunch of useful everyday expressions and idioms that have to do with eating. Whether or not you’re a foodie like us, this episode will help you communicate and understand English more naturally and confidently.
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- Pig out
- Pick up the tab
- Ring a bell
- Gross someone out
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These expressions are so useful! Hopefully I’ll be able to use them in the future:))
Great! You can do it, Chelsea!
When I read the definition of pig out, I was thinking, that is my default mode of eating haha
Love eating! This is absolutely helpful, thanks for sharing
Very useful for food bloggers!