Heart idioms 3

idioms heart 3 close to your heart (someone you love): I never knew that Ashley was so close to your heart. cross my heart (to stress that you are telling the truth): Of course I’ll clean the room tomorrow, cross my heart! cry your heart out (to cry a lot): …

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Synonyms happen  (to take place): Accidents like this happen all the time. occur formal to happen, especially unexpectedly: These problems occur in all families. arise (to begin to occur or to exist): We will contact you when the need arise for extra staff. come up to occur or present itself: …

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it’s easy

its easy  it’s a piece of cake – it’s in fact a cinch – there’s nothing to it – it’s a walk in the park – it’s a breeze – anyone can do it – it’s easy as falling off a log – it’s a snap – it’s child’s play – It’s …

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Phrasal Verbs with “Pull” 3 of 4

Phrasal verbs pull 3  As soon as I got home, I pulled off my shirt. I’m sure she will pull off the competition. Let’s pull off at the next rest area and get some food.  she pulled on her sweater and went out. The ship pulls out at 8:00 AM. …

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stiff   not easily bent: a s- collar – thick: a s- dough/paste – painful to move or use: s- neck/muscles not moving freely: a s- door/ drawer – too formal: s- writing/dialogue – cold or friendly: a s- manner harsh or severe: a s- punishment – stubborn: a s- fight – difficult: …

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