Episode 77

English with Kirsty – episode 77

Idioms about hands, fingers and thumbs

You can listen to episode 77 here:

There are a lot of idioms that are about hands, fingers and thumbs. In this podcast, I talk about ten of them and I give examples of how to use them.

You can use the contact form to request a pdf of the 10 idioms, with explanations and additional examples.

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