English 11-HL B

English 11: In addition to working on your Diet and nutrition project “projection” that is due this Friday (bring the almost final draft to class Thursday), you can have fun with idioms:
• Give me a hand
• It’s raining cats and dogs
• Hit the books
• Keep an eye on you
• You’re pulling my leg
• Cat’s got your tongue
• Zip your lip
• Cold turkey
• Wear your heart on your sleeve
• In the doghouse
• When pigs fly
• Put your foot in your mouth
• On pins and needles
• I’ll be there with bells on
• Bite off more than you can chew
• Toss your cookies
• All in the same boat
• Barking up the wrong tree
• Birds of a feather flock together
• Crying over spilt milk
• Don’t count your chickens before they’re hatched
• It takes two to tango
• Let the cat out of the bag
• Out of the frying pan and into the fire
• Out on a limb
• Preaching to the choir
• Rub salt in your wound
• The straw that broke the camel’s back

About twilliamson

Mr Williamson is a MYP and DP trained English teacher and ACAMIS soccer coach at Kaohsiung American School.

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