#IOTW: Idioms related to body parts (3)

Hello, fellas! How was your day? Mine was extremely exhausting.

Tonight, we’ll have #IOTW session about body parts.

Let’s start!

  1. All ears = fully listening

Ex: You have to be all ears in the meeting.

  1. Break a leg = good luck

Ex: You’ll have exams next week? Break a leg!

  1. Cold feet = nervous feeling

Ex: All new singers have cold feet before their first appearance.

  1. Cost an arm and a leg = very expensive

Ex: Those new gadgets cost an arm and a leg.

  1. Cry your heart out = cry very hard

Ex: He was so devastated that he cried his heart out.

  1. Face the music = stand up to bad situations

Ex: I didn’t study for the test. I guess I’ll have to face the music.

  1. Flesh and blood = relative

Ex: The Prince is the flesh and blood of the late king.

  1. Head start = an earlier start

Ex: He succeeds faster because he had a brilliant head start.

That’s all I can share tonight, fellas. Don’t miss our upcoming topics!

Thank you for your attention. Have a good rest and good night!

Compiled by @iismail21 for @EnglishTips4U on Sunday, 15 May, 2016.


3 responses to “#IOTW: Idioms related to body parts (3)

  1. Pingback: #IOTW: Idioms on Body Parts (2) | @EnglishTips4U·

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