Hi everybody! Welcome back again to e.Front’s English Corner! I hope you had fun with the last issue and its spooky Halloween theme. For this issue we’ll carry on the body part theme again by looking at the word ear. Of course there are many ways we can use this word to have some fun with English. For example you can be up to your ears in work, debt, clients, or anything else. So read on for more interesting phrases!
This issue’s word: Ear
1 “The weather is changeable so we’ll start the picnic early. After that we’ll just play it by ear.”
2 “I need to have a word in David’s ear about some problems with his work.”
3 “The sound of hitting the jackpot on the fruit machine was like music to my ears!”
4 “She seems nice but I get the feeling that there isn’t much between the ears.”
5 “My ears are burning. Somebody must be talking about me.”
Well, that’s it for another issue of e.Front’s English Corner. I hope you all enjoyed reading and don’t forget to keep an ear out for any new or interesting English phrases you find.
See you next time!