Arm idioms

The teacher introduces us to three idioms connected with arms. English Idioms: Up in arms: Rising up in anger; very angry. (Also literal when actual weapons are involved.) My father …

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Foot idioms

English Idioms: itchy feet:having feet that itch; restless, having the desire to wander. I’ve got itchy feet Cold feet: To become timid or frightened; to have one’s feet seem to …

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Leg idioms

In this episode, The Teacher introduces you to three idiomatic phrases connected with legs. English Idioms: Pulling somebody`s leg: fooling someone, joking with someone Cost an arm and a leg …

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Hair Idioms

Englihs idioms: Let one´s hair down: relax, get comfortable; behave informally; rid oneself of restraints Keep your hair on: Take it easy. Tear one´s hair: to be anxious, frustrated, or …

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