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Having been an English teacher for some 15 years now, I have come to see that students need a lot of help with idioms.The biggest number of idioms are related to parts of the body, and so I decided to bring them all together in this book.
I am determined to make idioms as accessible for all students as any other part of the English language. Reading and memorising lists of vocabulary is not the most productive, interesting, or useful exercise in English language learning. I wanted to create a book that would encourage the reader to not only learn and remember the idioms, but also to have fun with them, as having fun is a great aid to learning and remembering. I decided to present the body idioms grouped by parts of the body, and then to revisit each of the idioms in a series of crosswords. This way we get essential repetition, which helps you to learn, remember, and use the idioms in this book.
I originally thought that we would have around 100 to 200 idioms, but as I continued gathering the idioms for each part of the body, I realised there were going to be considerably more. With an ever-growing list of idioms before me, I despaired of ever being able to complete the definitions and examples that would be required for each one. However, with a bit of elbow grease, I put my back into it, and managed to complete all 522 of them.
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