English Idioms Series #1 – (Head Idioms)

Head Idioms


The is “An Oldie, But A Goodie” — so the video quality isn’t up to today’s standards.  But It is the content which is important.  And regardless of how “old” this is, I think that it will be very beneficial to your students as well.


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I Hope The Was Both Entertaining and Helpful!

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(To Be) At Large – Adjectival & Prepositional Phrase


(To Be) At Large…


(R.I.P. Gentle Giant…  But no…  This phrase is not referring to that kind of “Large”)


The phrase, (To Be) At Large — though being classified as a Prepositional Phrase, has nothing to do with location or placement in either time or space.  So, even though it contains the Preposition, “At” — the term acts as an Adjectival Phrase to describe the condition of Someone or Something.

This phrase is also idiomatic, because it has nothing to do with any one person or thing, actually being “Large“.  So let’s examine it’s various meanings, and what they are used for…


To find out the proper meanings and usages of this phrase…
(And How Hillary Clinton Is Involved)

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(one’s) “Meat And Potatoes” – (Metaphorical Idiomatic Phrasal-Noun)

(one’s) “Meat And Potatoes”


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Not only is this a term which describes, literally, thousands upon thousands of delicious meal possibilities, served in just as many different ways – but it is also a common Idiomatic Adjectival Phrasal-Noun.


tO Find OUt Why It Has Nothing To Do With The Picture Above…

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(I Promise…  No Click-Bait.   Just Some Meaty English Goodness That You Can Really Sink Your Mental Teeth Into)

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