Idioms A to Z 2: Idioms with verbs 2

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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.

Sit tight:

Pitch in:

Go cold turkey:

Face the music:

Ring a bell:

Discussion Questions:

How do you feel when someone tells you to sit tight?

Have you ever worked on a group project and one person did not pitch in?

Have you ever gone cold turkey on something: cigarettes, alcohol, sugar, etc.?

What did you go cold turkey on? How did you feel?

Have you ever had to face the music for something you did wrong?

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