Idiomatic Phrases Using The Word, “Foot”
(Closet Classics #8)
[su_dropcap style=”flat”]B[/su_dropcap]ack again for another “Classic Classics“ post, and another one of the English Idiom Series that was started, and then… after the original of this particular, post, was never continued. So I’m fixing that here and now.
In this video you will learn the idioms:
- (to have) “Itchy Feet“ – (this is chiefly British) An Idiomatic Adjectival Phrase referring to be very anxious and wanting to roam and explore.
- (to have) “Cold Feet“ – An Idiomatic Adjectival Phrase referring to being very nervous about a very big obligation.
- (to) “Shoot (one’s Self) In The Foot“ – An Idiomatic Verb Phrase used to describe when One does something very stupid to hurt, hinder, or harm one’s Self.
Enjoy The Video
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[su_dropcap style=”flat”]I[/su_dropcap] hope that that was helpful and entertaining. Even though the original series never evolved past this point, I assure you that this series will certainly continue after this point. If you have any questions about anything, let me know.
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