Match the idioms on the left with the definitions on the right. The tiles in the right-hand column are sortable.
Idioms (Parts of the body)
  • keep an eye on
  • have a change of a heart
  • lie through one's teeth
  • lend a hand
  • pull a long face
  • poke one's nose into something
  • get something off one's chest
  • keep your fingers crossed
  • put your foot in it
  • have your head in the clouds
  • to get angry
  • to have a change in your opinion
  • to say something embarrassing that upsets sb
  • to help
  • to tell sb something that you know is false
  • to not know the facts of a situation
  • to watch someone or something closely
  • to tell someone about sth that has been worrying you
  • to hope that something will happen the way you want
  • to interfere with sth; to be nosy about sth
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FCE Idioms (Parts of the body) 16

1) keep an eye on to watch someone or something closely
2) have a change of a heart to have a change in your opinion
3) lie through one's teeth to tell sb something that you know is completely false
4) lend a hand to help
5) pull a long face to get angry
6) poke one's nose into something to interfere with sth; to be nosy about sth
7) get something off one's chest to tell someone about sth that has been worrying you
8) keep your fingers crossed to hope that something will happen the way you want
9) put your foot in it to say something embarrassing that upsets someone
10) have your head in the clouds to not know the facts of a situation