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  • 語言小點心:Keep It Under Your Hat

    1. If you say keep it under your hat, you want someone to a) cover up their hair b) put something in their pocket c) keep something secret 2) What does Nina want you to keep secret? Today on Language Snacks we take a look at the expression keep it u...

  • 語言小貼士:In Two Minds

    1. If you are in two minds, this means: a) you can't decide b) you have made a decision c) you have a headache 2. Nina can't decide between going out for a walk and what? Today on Language Snacks we take a look at the expression in two minds. Let's...

  • 語言小貼士:Hit The Road

    1. If you hit the road, what do you do? a) start a very long car journey b) have a traffic accident c) leave somewhere to go somewhere else 2. Who recorded the famous song, 'Hit The Road Jack'? 3. Why does Nina have to hit the road herself now? Toda...

  • 語言小點心:Get On Like A House On Fire

    1. If people get on like a house on fire, they: a) argue and fight with each other all the time b) have a very good, friendly relationship c) are in danger 2) This expression is: a) positive b) negative Today on Language Snacks we take a look at the...

  • 語言小點心:Get Cold Feet

    1. If you get cold feet, this means that: a) you feel very brave about doing something b) you feel too cold to do something c) you feel too nervous to do something 2) This expression might have started with: a) soldiers b) sailors Today on Language...

  • 語言小點心:Fire Away

    1. What does fire away mean?: a) you can ask me anything you want b) it's safe to fire the gun c) I think I can smell something burning 2. Which other expression has the same meaning as fire away? 3. Is fire away a friendly or unfriendly thing to sa...

  • 語言小貼士:大發雷霆

    1. To blow your top means: a) to suddenly become excited b) to slowly become excited c) to suddenly become angry d) to slowly become angry 2. What does Nina think of when she/he hears the expression blow your top? 3. Which other English expression m...

  • 語言小貼士:亡羊補牢,為時未晚

    1. The expression better late than never means: a) it isn't worth doing something if it is late b) doing something late is better than not doing it at all 2. In which of these situations could you say better late than never? a) the post brings a bir...

  • 語言小點心:at a loose end

    1. If you are at a loose end, are you: a) busy, with lots to do? b) free, and looking for something to do? c) lost? 2. This expression was originally used on: a) ships b) trains c) aeroplanes Today on Language Snacks we take a look at the expression...

  • 語言小貼士第1期:一個模子印出來的

    1. If we call someone a chip off the old block, we mean they are: a) good at making furniture b) police officers c) similar to their parents 2. What was the 'block' made of in the origin of this expression? 3. Which very well-known international fig...

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