We’ve got a long-standing tradition of choosing a phrase of the day in the school. For those who have studied with us, this must ring a bell! Click to see a selection of last week’s idioms.

“His name rings a bell but I can’t think where we met.” [to sound familiar to you, as though you have heard it before] #phraseoftheday

4 Likes, 1 Comments – The Leeds School of English (@leedsschool) on Instagram: “”His name rings a bell but I can’t think where we met.” [to sound familiar to you, as though you…”

“The project has failed so I’m afraid we’ll have to go back to the drawing board.” [used to indicate that an idea, proposal or scheme has been unsuccessful and that a new one must be devised] #phraseoftheday

1 Likes, 1 Comments – The Leeds School of English (@leedsschool) on Instagram: “”The project has failed so I’m afraid we’ll have to go back to the drawing board.” [used to…”

“I really don’t know what to do. Penny for your thoughts?” #phraseoftheday

8 Likes, 1 Comments – The Leeds School of English (@leedsschool) on Instagram: “”I really don’t know what to do. Penny for your thoughts?” #phraseoftheday”