They are joined.
Take care of them!
the soles of the feet
Do you know the meanings of all of the words?
Activity for Vocabulary Development
Draw a picture of a human body. Write the names of the body parts next to the parts. Do it in English.
Idioms with Body Parts
Can you give me a hand?
Can you help me?
It is time to head off.
It is time to leave.
I am keeping a breast of things
I am keeping my head above water.
I am just managing to keep up with my workload.
Do you know any more idioms with body parts? Write them in the comments section below.
Idioms in other Languages
Do you know any strange or unusual idioms? Is there a strange idiom in your language that no English speaker can understand? Tell us about it.
Do you know any untranslatable words?
The word “arm” forms a large family of idioms and metaphors which are widely used in daily speech. Look at the list of related words and phrases:
small arms fire
heavily armed men
weapons and armaments manufacturers and suppliers
the right to bear arms
The simple transformation of the physical “arm” on the body into the gun or other weapon which could be held by that arm gives us the words that follow in the list. There are many more. We live in an armor-plated world.
Let’s look at some more:
a suit of armor
Link to: The Translation Page
World English Course
There are lots of things you can learn in the World English Course. There is a place where you can talk about work and there is also a place where you can find a job and a place where you can find staff. There is a place where you can have fun and there is a place where you can talk about food or family. There is also a place where you can talk about money or love or philosophy. You can study anything you want anytime you want. You can do it once a week or every day or any time you like. Have fun! Work hard! Tell your friends and family members! Enjoy!