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01 Sep

Fine Tune Your English: Section H Idioms and Phrases

Fine Tune Your English

Section H

Idioms and Phrases

  • Keep one’s fingers crossed:-to wish for good luck
  • A lion’s share: - the major part
  • To kick the bucket: - to die
  • To blow hot & cold: - to behave in an inconsistent manner
  • To make both ends meet:- both ends means income & expenditure

 

 

 

Notes Courtesy:

Department of English, John Paul Memorial College of Arts and Science, Labbakkada, Idukki

 

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