Cours d'anglais à Crèvecoeur-le-Grand (60), Tremblay-en-France (93) ou en visio-conférence

Que vous soyez en vacances, déjà de retour ou carrément sur les starting blocks, ça fait toujours du bien de rêver de partir à la découverte de nouveaux horizons. Chez Fluency nous vous proposons un petit quiz sur le thème d’expressions idiomatiques liées au voyage.


Expressions idiomatiques en anglais : Voyages et vacances

Etes-vous un King of the Road en anglais ? Testez vos connaissances d'expressions idiomatiques autour du voyage.

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Come on, let’s hit the road! It’s 9 o’clock already and we’ve got a whole day’s driving ahead. Hit the road means :

2 / 8

We didn’t save up as much money as we’d hoped for our Italy trip so we had to do it on a shoestring, with youth hostels and picnics. It was fun though! Do something on a shoestring means:

3 / 8

Well, this is the first time I’ve tried travelling light. I usually have two suitcases for a weekend break, but I’ve just got my toothbrush and a change of clothes. To travel light means:

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I love working with your company. You always do better than your promises, we get the feeling you’re always happy to go the extra mile! To go the extra mile means:



5 / 8

Bob is a real backseat driver. He hasn’t even got a licence but he’s always telling me to watch my speed, be careful with my parking, take care of traffic lights. He drives me mad! A backseat driver is:

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My advisor told me to make hay while the sun shines and invest before the new tax comes in. To make hay while the sun shines means:

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The weather has been awful lately. I can’t wait to hit the beach and soak up some sun. To soak up some sun means:


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Dave has decided to spend the summer restoring his vintage Jaguar. He’s a mechanic by trade so it’s a bit of a busman’s holiday. A busman's holiday is: