11 Fev 2020 ILC Leiria
It’s that special time of year… February is here and we are almost celebrating Valentine’s Day. Here are some interesting idioms with the word HEART; How many do you know?
1- To have a heart of gold (to show a kind, compassionate, caring attitude)
Bryan has a heart of gold, he will help his friends in any way he can.
2- To have a heart-to-heart conversation (a serious conversation, usually between friends)
If you think a friend needs help, you should have a heart-to-heart conversation with them about it.
3- To wear your heart on your sleeve (show emotions openly)
I can tell Julie was upset, she wears her heart on her sleeve.
4- To have your heart in your mouth (to be very worried about something)
My heart was in my mouth when I opened the letter.
5- To have a heart (ask someone to be kinder)
The student asked the teacher to have a heart and not make him redo the composition.