We hope you had time to solve the last two idioms that The Language Corner, Gandhi student Raul illustrated.
If you still need a little extra help, here are the answers:
1. Kill two birds with one stone. This means, to solve two problems at one time.
Ex: I really like Game of Thrones and I need to watch the last episode, but I should really study my English. I will kill two birds with one stone by waching the Game of Thrones episode in English.
2. Pull the wool over someone’s eyes. This means to deceive someone.
Ex: Jessica told me that she was going to travel in July and there would be no English classes. I know she is pulling the wool over my eyes because both English Academies (The Language Corner, Gandhi and The Language Corner, La Elipa) are open and operate during the month of July.
Here is another Idiom to try to solve over the weekend: