Today we have some fun with English fruit idioms that you will hear in everyday English conversation here in Britain.

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Summary: Fruit Idioms

There are a lot of fruit “themed” idioms in use today, far more than you would expect. I guess we all like fruit and it’s something we all have in common so it’s a powerful way of communicating something we would (or should) understand.

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An photo of a man holding some freshly picked green and red apples. Used as an article image for the article

An photo of a man holding some freshly picked green and red apples. Used as an article image for the article “English Fruit Idioms Explained With Sentences Article Image”

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