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Idioms Lesson 3 – Gift of the Gab

Published: 5 years ago

Category: Communication Skills, Education, English, English Pronunciation, Grammar, Idioms & Phrases, Learn English

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Idiom Lesson 3 – Gift of the Gab . meaning and Examples of Idioms and Phrases by Rachna Chandla.

Meaning – The ability to speak well

If someone has the gift of the gab, they speak in a persuasive and interesting way.

Example 1

All good salespeople have the gift of the gab, so people trust them and believe whatever they say.

Example 2

If you want to be a politician, you’ll do much better if you were born with the gift of gab.

Example 3

Bev can speak to the parents. She has the gift of the gab.

Example 4

Pooja was able to keep the audiences amused with her stories. She surely has the gift of the gab.

Example 5

His gift of gab made him a wonderful salesman.

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