Archives for posts with tag: idioms

My next archive links are to posts about expressions connected with parts of the body, a post linking to other posts about the Christmas season and Boxing Day, and one about fear.  I don’t usually include these intermediate posts, from the time when I was adding new material to this blog and providing links to older posts, but considering the time of year…

 

For your convenience I am also providing the links from within that post.  (Of course, it is also possible to navigate between the first three links to the other posts.)

 

Head to foot

Frightful

Christmas Season:-

A word in season is about manners as much as about Christmas.

Boxing Day is all about boxes.

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The next two archive posts I am inviting you to read are about sayings and words.  It is an interesting coincidence that the first post has come to the top of the list after a week when I have noticed local road works to repair a water leak and others to upgrade street-lighting.

The tenth post in the Speaking terms series is about gratitude, among other things.

Road-works

Style and intention – Speaking terms (Part 10)

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