Clock Work Angel Book Review

  Clock Work Angel Book Review When Tessa Gray receives a letter written to her by her brother, she embarks on a journey to England. But when she arrives, she is taken away by two fiercesome and evil ladies who tell her...

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Idioms 6

Fell on deaf ears – people not listening Have a change of heart – changed mind I’m all ears – have my full attention Cold feet – nervous Get your act together – behave sensibly  Mumbo-jumbo...

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Coraline Book Review

Coraline Book Review  Coraline is a novel written by Neil Gaiman. It starts near the end of the summer holidays when a young and curious girl named Coraline is extremely bored. Her life takes an interesting turn when her tea...

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Sometimes there are people in this world who just don’t accept you for who you are. But what I like to call those people are morons. You shouldn’t care about what others think of you, but what you think of YOURSELF...

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Idioms 5

You can’t judge a book by its cover – don’t judge something on its appearance Break a leg – good luck When pigs fly – never going to happen Feel under the weather – not feeling too well Speak of the...

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Idioms 4

A hot potato – an issue that everyone is speaking of Add salt to a wound – make a situation worse Barking up the wrong tree – looking in the wrong place The ball is in your court – it’s up to you Elvis...

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Idioms 3

  At the drop of a hat – instantly Burn the midnight oil – to work late into the night Blessing in disguise – something good that isn’t recognised at first Take with a grain of salt – not take...

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Idioms 2

Sit on the fence – not wanting to make a decision Once in a blue moon – extremely rare Cut corners – done badly to save money Cry over spilt milk – upset over something in the past Jump on the bandwagon...

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Idioms 1

Beat around the bush – avoid the main topic Best of both worlds – all the advantages Hit the hay – go to sleep Kill two birds with one stone – accomplish two things at the same time Last straw – the...

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