Learn these interesting English idioms about learning & knowledge to boost your speaking skills.
Idioms About Knowledge
Two heads are better than one
My son, don’t forget; Two heads are better than one
Learn the ropes
It didn’t take her new assistant long to learn the ropes.
Doing your homework
You can’t play game any more until you do your homework!
Under one’s belt
She has almost a year as minister under her belt.
Pick his brain
You should pick Mary’s brain sometime; she knows all about math.
Be common knowledge
It’s common knowledge that she is a beautiful girl.
As far as anyone knows
As far as anyone knows, this is the last of the great herds of buffalo.
Knowledge is power
In this situation, knowledge is power.
Know the ropes, learn the ropes
Don’t worry, Jane! He knows the ropes; he will help you.
Can’t make heads or tails of it
I can’t make heads or tails of it. Can you explain it to me one more time, please?
Burning the midnight oil, pull an all-nighter
We were fooling around all the semester, and now we have to burn the midnight oil.
Know something backwards and forwards
Alice knew their strategy backwards and forwards, as she worked there for a long time.
Great minds think alike
James told me the same thing as Lily. Great minds think alike.