English speakers like to use idioms. These are special expressions that capture the essence of something. Imagine that you don't like dancing, you can express this by saying;
I don't like dancing (literal expression)
Dancing isn't my cup of tea (idiomatic expression)
All languages have idioms but these often don't translate literally. For a German speaker, someone who talks a lot might "talk like a waterfall" whereas an English speaker would say "he can talk the hind leg off a donkey". This makes idioms difficult to learn and to use. However, many of my students love learning about new idioms and thinking about whether their first language has a similar expression. To help my students remember some of the idioms we've discussed in class I've made a Kahoot quiz. Anyone can have a go at it. Just click on the link, sign up to Kahoot (it's brilliant!) and have a go at the quiz.