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Idioms

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

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