“Seventh Grade” by Gary Soto Reading Strategy: Interpreting Idioms Does the steady drip of a leaky faucet drive you up a wall? The words in italics in the previous sentence are an idiom—an expression or figure of speech whose meaning cannot be taken literally.
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