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 …

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 …

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 …