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In this episode, Jack discusses five common English idioms and describes their meanings.
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Listen to the episode and write the definitions of the idioms.
Hit the books:
Hit the sack:
Twist someone’s arm:
Stab someone in the back:
Lost your touch:
- How often do you hit the books to study English?
- What time do you hit the sack?
- Have you ever twisted someone’s arm to get what you want?
- Have you ever stabbed someone in the back? Have you ever been stabbed in the back?
- Have you lost your touch in regard to a skill or talent that you used to have?