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Idiom of the week: TO HAVE YOUR HEAD IN THE CLOUDS

Idiom of the week: To have your head in the clouds. Definition: If someone is not being realistic, it can be said that she/he has her/his head in the clouds”….

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Idiom of the week: LET YOUR HAIR DOWN

Idiom of the week: Let your hair down. Definition: To behave more freely than usual and enjoy yourself without worrying what other people might think. Example: “Did you see Amy…

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Idiom of the week: BE/FEEL UNDER THE WEATHER

Idiom of the week: Be/ Feel under the weather. Definition: Be/ Feel ill or unwell. Example: I’m feeling a bit under the weather – I think I’m getting a cold….

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Idiom of the week: NOT MY CUP OF TEA

Idiom of the week: NOT MY CUP OF TEA Definition: If something is not your cup of tea, it is not the type of thing you like or are interested in. Example: Thanks for inviting…

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Idiom of the week: TO HAVE YOUR HEAD IN THE CLOUDS

Idiom of the week: To have your head in the clouds. Definition: If someone is not being realistic, it can be said that she/he has her/his head in the clouds”….

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Idiom of the week: LET YOUR HAIR DOWN

Idiom of the week: Let your hair down. Definition: To behave more freely than usual and enjoy yourself without worrying what other people might think. Example: “Did you see Amy…

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Idiom of the week: BE/FEEL UNDER THE WEATHER

Idiom of the week: Be/ Feel under the weather. Definition: Be/ Feel ill or unwell. Example: I’m feeling a bit under the weather – I think I’m getting a cold….

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Idiom of the week: NOT MY CUP OF TEA

Idiom of the week: NOT MY CUP OF TEA Definition: If something is not your cup of tea, it is not the type of thing you like or are interested in. Example: Thanks for inviting…

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