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Idioms In one minute write as many words as possible related to the body. chest heart leg knee toe ankle wrist shoulder stomach waist hip eyes mouth ears lips nose arm hand fingers
Fill in the gaps with the right parts of the body. 4. to lose one’s …… 5. to give someone a …… 6. to put one’s …… down 3. to pull someone’s ……… 1. to make somebody’s ……… stand on end 2. to keep one’s ……… crossed 4. to lose one’s head 5. to give someone a hand 6. to put one’s foot down 3. to pull someone’s leg 1. to make somebody’s hair stand on end 2. to keep one’s fingers crossed
to give someone a hand Complete and translate the idioms. to keep one’s fingers crossed to lose one’s head to make somebody’s hair stand on end to pull someone’s leg to put one’s foot down помогать с крестить пальцы в надежде, надеяться п аниковать, впадать в панику напугать д разнить, подшучивать п риказать или запретить что-либо делать 1 2 3 4 5 6
to give someone a hand to keep one’s fingers crossed to lose one’s head to make somebody’s hair stand on end to pull someone’s leg to put one’s foot down Find the definitions of the idioms. 1 4 3 6 2 5 To give someone help. To try to persuade smn to believe sth that is not true, as a joke. To lose control and not act in a calm way. To hope strongly that sth will happen. To use your authority to stop sth happening To make a person or animal feel frightened
Of course I won’t tell Ann. I was only …. (teasing you) Jenny wanted to have her nose pierced but her mother …. (stopped her) I will … that my sprained ankle will get better before the Sunday match. (hope) When she realised she was bleeding, she … and started to scream. (panicked) The film was so scary it … ! (frightened me) I’m trying to dye my hair, but I haven’t done it before. Can you …? (help me) 3 2 6 1 4 5 Complete the sentences.