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Idioms

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  • 1. Idioms
  • 2. Sleep tight
    Cat got your tongue
    Dead man Walking
    Don’t be like a twin tower
    Killing two birds with one stone
    Break a leg
    Table of Contents
  • 3. When Katie closed her eyes
    her mom said “Sleep tight”.
    “Sleep tight” means
    sleep well.
    Sleep tight
  • 4. Cat got your tongue
    My teacher called my name
    and said “cat got your tongue?”
    “Cat got your tongue” means
    cant talk no more?
  • 5. The teacher called Mario’s
    name and we said “dead man
    walking.”
    “Dead man walking”
    means he/she is in
    big trouble.
    Dead man walking
  • 6. My teacher caught Jorge and Katie
    sharing answers and said “Don’t be
    like a twin tower.”
    “Don’t be like a twin tower”
    means mind your own business.
    Don’t be like a twin tower
  • 7. I asked my friend “What are you doing?”
    she said “Killing two birds with one stone.
    “Killing two birds with one stone”
    means doing one thing at once.
    Killing two birds with one stone
  • 8. My friends was trying out
    in the baseball team
    and I said “break a leg.”
    “Break a leg” means
    Good Luck.
    Break a leg