3. Food for thought These idioms are all about food. Can you explain what they really » Taking two bits of mest Tae aL aon = Going bananas = Pick up your ears = Wear your heart on Welle sar
4. Taking two bits of the cherry Selling like hot cakes Going bananas ed(ea] om elU Lm =t= LES} Wear your heart on your sleeve
5. Feel like a fish out of water Be like a fish out of water Feel uncomfortable because you are in an unfamiliar situation. If you feel like a fish out of water, you feel awkward or uncomfortable because you are in an unusual or unfamiliar situation. eT ely | don't like going to the big parties they have. | always feel like a fish out of | water there. Todd is a country boy raised in a small town in Northumberland and was like a fish out of water when he visited bustling London.
6. What does this mean really?
7. And this?
Hang on means to wait awhile. Hang ona minute. | need to talk to you. Hang on. Let me catch up with you.
8. And what about this one? Someone Off
9. Numbers up BS Moe lL Mle eel a ore mal missing numbers in these says. What do they mean? = Dressed up to the = Talking ___ to the dozen | One ina = Playing fiddle
10. Dressed to the nines Talking nineteen to the dozen COTM Mu cela) Playing second fiddle Tamla malcs-WCo10
11. Animal Crackers
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12. It's raining cats and dogs. I’ve got a frog in my throat. Those are just crocodile tears. CR el Ta alm ela mlarc lace | can smell a rat.
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