Use these words to complete the idioms. All of them have something to do with parts of the body.
Words to use
1. She was at a party last night and she really let her … down.
2. Ok, I’ll come with you. You have twisted my …
3. I’m keeping my … crossed that we will get some good news soon.
4. I think I need a new laptop. This one is on its last …
5. Out of sight, out of …
6. I wish you would stop poking your … into other people’s business.
7. I can’t get my … round this problem.
8. I still go to the classes but my … is not in it any more because my friends have stopped going.
9. He put so much food on his plate but then he couldn’t eat it all. His … were bigger than his …
Check your answers
I made a podcast episode about these body idioms. You can either listen to the podcast or check your answers on the show notes page.
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