In the English language there are many idioms that refer to the parts of the body.
A. Match an idiom from the left with a definition from the right.
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B. Replace the phrase underlined with an appropriate idiom in its correct grammatical form.
|The old lady´s garden was full of flowers. She obviously had a real talent for gardening.
|The shopkeeper caught the woman while she was filling her handbag with sweets.
|I´ve been writing this composition for days and I´m really tired of it. I´ve had enough
|When the old people´s home caught fire the warden remained perfectly calm while the residents panicked and rushed to the nearest door
|The girl next door plays her trumpet all night long. She really annoys me
|The manager ignored the fact that his secretary always went sick during the tennis tournament
|When the young girl met her mother in law she turned away coldly and ignored her
|The young child was given a new bike but since it wasn´t the right colour he looked dissatisfied and said he didn´t want it
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According to a recent study, people were happier 50 years ago.
Do you agree or disagree with this statement? If so, why?