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Idioms: letter K
Idioms Letter K

Today in the classroom you are going to learn some idioms beginning with the letter K.
 
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Idioms: American English Idioms - Letter K

Today learn 10 idioms beginning with the letter K.
Idiom Definition Usage
kangaroo court self-appointed group They were convicted by a kangaroo court and did not agree with the decision.
keel over faint and fall over He thought that he was going to keel over because of the heat.
keel over tip over The boat looked like it was going to keel over.
keep a secret not tell others You should keep a secret about your new job.
keep a stiff upper lip face the situation with pride The team could keep a stiff upper lip even though they were defeated.
keep after keep reminding You should keep after her to do her homework.
keep an eye on Watch Keep an eye on my bicycle while I order some coffee.
keep at continue He has decided to keep at his studies at the university.
keep body and soul together survive It was very cold during the winter but somehow she was able to keep body and soul together.
keep books keep records of money gained and spent She used to keep books for a small company.
More Idioms
From YOUR Teacher: Keep a Secret

This idiom is used often in English conversation. For example:

Howie: Can you keep a secret?
Sandy: Yes
Howie: We are planning to move back to the United States in 2015.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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