Idiom of the Week: Gift of Gab

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Meaning: to like to talk a lot about anything

Examples:

Students who have the gift of gab always like to talk a lot and practice their English.

I asked Michael a simple question and he answered me for 1 hour, he definitely has the gift of gab.

My daughter has the gift of gab, she will talk to anyone about anything.

Pop Quiz:

You have the gift of gab if…

A.  you are always trying to have a conversation with someone.

B.  your phone always rings in class.

C.  you are shy and quiet.

To see the correct answer, click on “Continue reading”:

The correct answer is A. If you like to have conversations with people, friends, family, classmates, even strangers, you probably have the gift of gab.

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2 thoughts on “Idiom of the Week: Gift of Gab

  1. War Aung says:

    woww that is interesting. good to know 🙂

  2. Pman says:

    One of my classmate has the gift of gab. Ha Ha Ha 🙂

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