London By Month
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Idiom of the week
Improve your English by learning and using a new idiom each week.'to take a leaf out of someone's book'
'to take a leaf out of someone's book'
A good idiom for autumn!
Meaning: to follow someone’s example.
eg Sarah’s worked so hard to perfect her English. You should take a leaf out of her book.