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37 Idioms About School, Education, and Academic Learning

Idioms are an important part of everyday English. We use them all the time in both speaking and writing.

If you’d like your English to sound more natural (I’m sure you do), you should be actively trying to learn more idiomatic expressions.

Here are  37 idioms related to education. How many of them do you know?

When you’re finished reading the article, try the practice exercise .

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Idioms about thinking

To draw a blank.

To draw a blank means to not be able to remember something.

“Sheila tried to remember the answer to the question, but she drew a blank.”

“I know her name, but I can’t think of it right now. I’m drawing a blank.”

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to put one’s thinking cap on

To put one’s thinking cap on means to think very seriously or very hard about something.

“It’s a difficult riddle. If you want to solve it, you’ll have to put on your thinking cap.”

“I have no idea what my speech is going to be about. I’ll put on my thinking cap and get back to you about it.”

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to figure something out

To figure something out means to discover something or resolve a problem.

“I can’t figure out how to do the math homework.”

“Should we ask the teacher what to do, or should we try to figure it out ourselves?”

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to rack one’s brain

To rack one’s brain means to think long and hard about something.

“I racked my brain, but I couldn’t think of a good topic for my research paper.”

“Suzie racked her brain, but she couldn’t remember how to play the song.”

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to daydream

To daydream means to fantasize instead of paying attention to one’s surroundings.

“Richard isn’t a bad student, but he has a tendency to daydream in class.”

“There’s no way you’ll learn calculus if you spend half the class daydreaming.”

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to be lost in thought

To be lost in thought means to be completely consumed by thought, often to the point of being unaware of one’s surroundings.

“When Dave is programming, he often gets lost in thought.”

“I get lost in thought whenever I’m doing something creative.”

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Education idioms about people

Teacher’s pet.

A teacher’s pet is a student who is clearly the favorite of the teacher and often receives special treatment.

“I know he’s the teacher’s pet now, but that doesn’t mean he’ll be like that when he’s a teenager.”

“All the other students got mad when the teacher’s pet reminded Mrs. Owens that she hadn’t given any homework.”

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A bookworm is a person who loves to read.

“My son is into sports and video games, but my daughter is more of a bookworm.”

“Bookworms tend to have a much better vocabulary than people who don’t often read.”

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class clown

A class clown is a disruptive student who often makes jokes instead of paying attention and doing their work.

“Brett is a college professor now. Ironically, he was the class clown of our elementary school.”

“Class clowns often don’t receive enough attention at home.”

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Idioms about tests, grades, and evaluation

To pass with flying colors.

To pass with flying colors means to easily accomplish something. We often use this expression to talk about tests or exams.

“It was such a hard test. I have no idea how you managed to pass with flying colors.”

“Being a non-native English speaker, Karina struggled with English Literature. She was, however, able to pass all her math and science classes with flying colors.”

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to breeze/sail through

To breeze / sail throug h something means to easily succeed at something.

“I don’t think you’ll be able to breeze through college if you’re majoring in chemical engineering.”

“Ricardo took Spanish in high school even though he’s a native Spanish speaker. Needless to say, he sailed through the course without any problems.”

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To ace a test means to get an “A” or a very  high grade.

“Sometimes I think my teacher is secretly disappointed when we all ace his tests.”

“My mother and father would sometimes take me out for ice cream if I aced a particularly hard test.”

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cheat sheet

A cheat sheet is a piece of paper with answers written on it that student use to cheat on a test.

“I would never use a cheat sheet. I’m not dishonest.”

“Students caught using cheat sheets will get a zero on the test.”

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To bomb a test means to get a terrible grade on a test.

“Do you think Mrs. McGillicuddy will give let us retake the test if we all bomb it today?”

“I got a 23% on the statistics test! I’ve never bombed a test like that.”

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a piece of cake , a cakewalk , a breeze , a cinch , a walk in the park

We use all of these idioms to communicate that something is very easy. They all can be used to talk about tests, exams, or classes.

“The exam was a piece of cake. We all received high scores.”

“We thought the test was going to be a cakewalk, but it was actually pretty hard.”

“Psychology 101 was a breeze for Jim. He had already taken psychology in high school, so most of the material was a review for him.”

“I’m good at learning languages. Beginner’s French was a cinch for me.”

“Everyone wants to take Dr. Sullivan’s biology class. Everyone knows it’s a walk in the park.”

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Idioms about class

To play hooky.

To play hooky is an informal expression which means to miss school or work without having a valid reason or excuse.

“There’s a baseball game tomorrow at 2 p.m. We should play hooky and go see it.”

“In middle school, I got caught playing hooky. My teacher called my mom and I got in trouble.”

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to cut/skip/ditch class

To cut , skip , or ditch class means to intentionally miss class, usually in favor of doing something else.

“Students are automatically suspended for cutting class.”

“If you skip a class, it’s going to be very difficult for you to catch up.”

“Will you take notes for me today? I’m thinking about ditching class.”

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Idioms about studying and learning

To hit the books.

To hit the books means to study.

“Finals are next week and I haven’t even started studying yet. I’d better hit the books tonight.”

“Four of our football players are in danger of being academically ineligible. They won’t be able to play if they don’t hit the books.”

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to pull an all-nighter

To pull an all-nighter means to stay up all night studying or working.

“I’d recommend that you not pull an all-nighter. It’s not good for your health.”

“We can’t pull an all-nighter without coffee. I’ll make us a pot.”

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to catch on

To catch on means to understand something after initially not being able to comprehend it.

“The present perfect tense used to be hard for me. It took me a while to catch on.”

“At first my grandfather didn’t understand Facebook, but he finally caught on.”

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to learn by heart

To learn something by heart means to completely memorize something.

“Suzy has an impressive memory. She can recite dozens of poems by heart.”

“I can’t believe there are people who can recite our constitution by heart.”

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To cram means to study a lot right before a test.

“This isn’t a test you can cram for. You have to start studying for it weeks in advance.”

“If you cram for a test, you may get a good grade, but you’ll immediately forget what you’ve learned as soon as the test is over.”

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to burn the midnight oil

To burn the midnight oil means to study or work late at night.

“Many people prefer to burn the midnight oil and study at night. Others prefer to study during the day.”

“You can’t burn the midnight oil every night. Your body needs sleep.”

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to burn the candle at both ends

To burn the candle at both ends means to go to bed late and wake up early.

“I think I’ll sleep until noon tomorrow. I’ve been burning the candle at both ends and could really use some rest.”

“The only way to handle 20 credits in one semester is by burning the candle at both ends.”

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Other education idioms

To drop out.

To drop out means to decide to leave school and no longer pursue a degree or diploma. We can also use drop out as a noun to talk about someone who drops out of school.

“Why do you think so many people drop out of college?”

“We need to do a better job at counseling so that out students don’t drop out.”

“Benny has achieved a lot in life, especially when you consider that he is a high-school drop out.”

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flunk/fail out

To flunk/fail out means to be expelled from an institution because of low grades or poor performance.

“Matt never went to class and eventually flunked out of college.”

“I have no idea how I’m going to tell my parents that I’m in danger of failing out of school.”

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to put oneself through school

To put oneself through school means to pay one’s own tuition.

“Previous generations in the United States could easily put themselves through school, but with today’s high tuition rates, it’s almost impossible.”

“If you’re putting yourself through school, you probably won’t have much time for extra-curricular activities.”

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to call on someone

To call on someone  means to ask a student to answer a question.

“Theresa tried to make herself invisible so the teacher wouldn’t call on her.”

“Are teachers more likely to call on students who always know the answers?”

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to kiss up to someone 

To kiss up to someone means to flatter someone, often in an attempt to obtain special favors or treatment. A synonym is to suck up (though this term is a bit more vulgar). We can use both kiss up and suck up as nouns as well.

“Dr. Schwartz isn’t going to let you retake the test you bombed. It doesn’t matter how much you kiss up to him.”

“My best friend was always such a kiss up to his teachers.”

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Students are often required to identify idioms on state tests, but what are idioms? It's hard to define them. This is because idioms are made from other figurative language techniques (like simile , metaphor , or hyperbole ).

Idioms are different from other figurative language instances because people use idioms A LOT. Idioms are cliched figurative expressions. They have become part of the language as it is used. They are so common that many native speakers are unaware that they are using figurative language. Let's look at an example:

This figurative expressions is a metaphor. It compares the subject to a steam engine. But it's also an idiom. That's because the metaphor comparing steam to a person's energy is so common that it has become idiomatic . Native speakers don't have to bother to decode the metaphor. They know instantly what it means. Steam has become an idiomatic metaphor.

Many idioms are dated expressions. They may refer to technology that is less utilized today, like steam. This can make idioms challenging for young students to understand. Most of today's students do not understand the origins of the phrase "hang up the phone" yet alone the idiom "bought the farm." It is good to expose students to a wide range of idioms. This page contains tests, worksheets, and interactive activities to help your students master idioms.

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  1. DO YOUR HOMEWORK

    C1 Translations of do your homework in Chinese (Traditional) 認真研究, 仔細準備… See more in Chinese (Simplified) 认真研究, 仔细准备… See more

  2. Do your homework

    To be thoroughly prepared and informed about something or something, especially in advance of some process, action, or decision. Be sure you do your homework before heading into that meeting; there's a lot at stake, and no one's going to like it if you aren't up to speed. I always do my homework before I make big purchases. See also: homework

  3. Do homework

    1. Literally, to complete the school work that has been assigned by a teacher to be done at home. You can't watch any more television until you do your homework! 2. To be thoroughly prepared and informed about something or something, especially in advance of some process, action, or decision.

  4. Do my homework

    Definition of do my homework in the Idioms Dictionary. do my homework phrase. What does do my homework expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary.

  5. 37 Idioms About School, Education, and Academic Learning

    To burn the midnight oil means to study or work late at night. "Many people prefer to burn the midnight oil and study at night. Others prefer to study during the day.". "You can't burn the midnight oil every night. Your body needs sleep.". A man burning the midnight oil.

  6. do your homework Idiom, Proverb, slang phrases

    [c. 1930] do (one's) homework 1. Literally, to complete the academy assignment that has been assigned by a abecedary to be done at home. You can't watch any added television until you do your homework! 2. To be thoroughly able and abreast about commodity or something, abnormally in beforehand of some process, action, or decision.

  7. 152 Words and Phrases for Do Your Homework

    Do Your Homework synonyms - 152 Words and Phrases for Do Your Homework. do the task. # school. do the homework. # school. study. v. # preparation. finish your homework.

  8. Homework Definition & Meaning

    She started her algebra homework. — compare classwork. 2. : research or reading done in order to prepare for something — used in the phrase do your homework. The candidate did his homework [=studied the issues] before the debate. HOMEWORK meaning: 1 : work that a student is given to do at home; 2 : research or reading done in order to ...

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    Idiom Worksheet 5. Here is yet another idiom worksheet with 15 more problems. Students read the sentences and determine the meaning of the bolded phrase based on the context of the sentence. Then they explain their answers. This one is a little bit harder than some of the other idiom worksheets.

  10. do your homework idiom meaning

    Spoken Vocab. Do (your) homework. 1. thoroughly prepare for and be informed about something/someone. Professional. How to Memorize. do your homework on something/someone. Homework

  11. Homework

    do (one's) homework. 1. Literally, to complete the school work that has been assigned by a teacher to be done at home. You can't watch any more television until you do your homework! 2. To be thoroughly prepared and informed about something or something, especially in advance of some process, action, or decision.

  12. Phrases or idioms which mean "I did not do my homework"

    The dog ate my homework is probably the idiomatic expression more commonly associated with an excuse for not doing your homework: "The dog ate my homework" is used as a stock example of the kind of silly excuses schoolchildren give for why their work isn't finished. According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the first example of the dog ate my homework excuse in print can be found in a ...

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