English Idiom Lesson – On The Fence

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Are you having trouble making a decision? Can’t decide what to do? Maybe you are on the fence!
The idiom to be on the fence means to be indecisive about a situation.
You can use this idiom like this:
[someone] is on the fence.

  • I’m still on the fence about Jack’s party. It may be fun to to go to the party, but it’s on a Wednesday, and the next day is work.
  • have you made a decision about where yo go on vacation, or are you on the fence?

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English Idiom Lesson – Full of Hot Air

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Have you ever experienced talking to someone who talked a lot, but didn’t say anything meaningful? Maybe that person was full of hot air!
The idiom to be full of hot air means that the person talks a lot, but what they say is meaningless, or nonsense. The person who is full of hot air may be trying to trick or deceive you, or make you think that they are knowledgable, even thought they may not be! Sounds like a used car salesman, doesn’t it!
You can use this idiom like this:
[someone] is full of hot air.

  • The salesman at the computer store tried to convince me to buy the most expensive model, but I realized that he was just full of hot air.
  • That politician is full of hot air! He will never do what he promises to do!

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English Idiom Lesson – Get Hitched

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Are you married? Did you get married recently? When did you get hitched?
The idiom to get hitched means to get married.
You can use this idiom like this:
[someone] gets hitched.

  • Jack got hitched in Paris to his high school sweetheart.
  • My sister is thinking of getting hitched next year.

Do you know anyone who got hitched recently? Leave a comment below and let me know!

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