What does it mean the idiom phrase “all ears”?? Anyone? No?
Well, “all ears” is when you are totally focused or you are listening carefully.
e.g. Explain me all the details of your project, I’m all ears!
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When you read something and you can’t understand anything, when someone talks to you and you still don’t understand even a word then you can use this idiom phrase “It’s all Greek to me”!!
e.g. Yesterday I was reading a philosophy book but I couldn’t understand anything, it was all Greek to me!
Learning idioms is very important since you use same phrases as a native English speaker!
When someone tells you the phrase “bear in mind” what does he really mean? Lets find out!
What is the meaning of the idiom “A piece of cake”? Lets find out!
When a friend tells you “Break a leg” what do you think it really means??? Lets find out!
Of course it means “Good luck”!