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Vocabulary: idioms: ears
Once again, here are idioms concerning a part of the body: ears! Of course, you won't have to study all these expressions, but being able to recognise them, after seeing them, may be important.
Here are a few quite picturesque ones...
|To be all ears|
A smile from ear to ear
... to go in at one ear
and out at the other.
To have itching ears
|To lend an ear||ENT department|
To have a musical ear
To be up to one's ears in stg
To have nothing between
To prick up your ears
To have the wolf by the ears
To pull sb's ear
To speak in sb's ear
To stop one's ears
|To flush up to the ears||To have sharp ears|
|To give a cold ear to||To turn a deaf ear|
|To have cauliflower ears||To play by ear|
|Ears tingling||Wet behind the ears|
... AND A FEW PROVERBS!
Turn a deaf ear
|Walls have ears|
Here you are! Now, you're ready for the test. It's not difficult at all. May the FORCE be with you!
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