Episode 22

English with Kirsty – episode 22

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Wintry weather idioms

In this episode, I talk about seven idioms that have something to do with wintry weather.

You can listen to episode 22 here:

1. To be skating on thin ice
2. A snowball effect
3. To be snowed under
4. Every cloud has a silver lining
5. To get wind of something
6. To have a face like thunder
7. To throw caution to the wind

This podcast is based on an article that I wrote on my blog. You can read the article and see the definitions and examples here.

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