Idioms A to Z 1: Idioms with verbs 1

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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:

Discussion Questions:

  1. How often do you hit the books to study English?
  2. What time do you hit the sack?
  3. Have you ever twisted someone’s arm to get what you want?
  4. Have you ever stabbed someone in the back? Have you ever been stabbed in the back?
  5. Have you lost your touch in regard to a skill or talent that you used to have?

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