Hey there all you smart cookies!! Introducing your English Idiom practice for this week – cookies!!! Mmmm….
cookie (n) A small flat dry cake that is usually sweet and round. The British English word is biscuit.
Cookie idioms are fun and easy to use – but remember that in idioms, ‘cookie’ is a person, not something you can eat! Try using these English idioms to talk about someone you know!
smart cookie (n) Someone who is very clever.
Susan came first in all of her classes this year. She is one smart cookie!
tough cookie (n) Someone who is strong or very determined.
Paul was lost in the jungle for 8 days without food or fresh water. He is one tough cookie!
Links mentioned in the video
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