Hi there! Our #idiom of the day is ”Play footsie”, which means “to flirt with someone by secretly touching feet”. Origin: it’s a flirting game where two people touch feet under a table or otherwise concealed place, often as a romantic prelude. The term comes from a 1940s humorous diminutive of “foot”. #english #idioms #englishidioms #playfootsie
“Face the music” means “to accept responsibility for something you have done”. Example: Mary broke a dining room window and had to face the music when her father got home. Get our apps for learning English: lear
Idiom of the day: Jump the gun. Example: He shouted at me before I had time to explain, but later he apologised for jumping the gun. Origin: This phrase originates from races, such as horse races or track and field.
Idiom of the day: Have your hands full. - - We offer free classes, practice tests and more to help you earn your GED - H. Contact Danielle Thomas dthomas for more information, or attend any registration session.