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This lesson introduces idioms based on clothes

This lesson introduces idioms based on clothes

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  • 1. Words About Clothes
  • 2.
    • Use this lesson with the Voice of America - Special English, Learn American English and Much More
    • http://www.voanews.com/specialenglish/archive/2006-06/2006-06-04-voa5.cfm
  • 3. Introduction
    • Guess what the following idioms mean.
  • 4. Idioms
    • off the cuff
    • ants in their pants
    • fly by the seat of their pants
    • caught with their pants down
    • wears the pants in the family
  • 5. Idioms
    • burn a hole in your pocket
    • tighten your belt
    • under your belt
    • take my hat off
    • at the drop of a hat
  • 6. Idioms
    • pull money out of a hat
    • too big for their boots
    • bet your boots
    • fill their shoes
  • 7. Idioms
    • stuffed shirt
    • wears his heart on his sleeve
    • keep his shirt on
  • 8. Audio
    • Let’s listen to an audio presentation that uses these idioms.
    • I will stop the audio from time to time so we can talk about what we heard.
  • 9. Listen and Read
    • Hand out printed transcript.
    • Listen and read.
    • Have students read for pronunciation.
  • 10. Homework
    • Write at least 2 sentences using each idiom.