BS_idioms - Name_Class_Date Everyday Expressions(2 idioms...

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Name ______________________ Class ____ Date ____________ Everyday Expressions (2) – idioms An idiom is a saying the does not mean exactly what the words themselves mean.  For  example “It’s raining cats and dogs,” means that it’s raining very heavily. Copy these sentences into your book, then write its meaning next to it. 1. When you are feeling very miserable. 2. When you are very brave indeed. 3. When you have very little money. 4. When you can’t hear very well. 5. When you are joking with someone. 6. When you are feeling very tired. 7. When you decide to make a fresh start and do something better. 8. When you get over excited. 9. When you are completely useless. You get carried away You turn over a new leaf You are good for nothing You are heavy eyed You are feeling down in the mouth You pull someone’s leg You are lion hearted You are hard of hearing You are hard up
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This note was uploaded on 11/04/2011 for the course EDUCATION 320 taught by Professor Professorlemont during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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