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Idioms: letter I
Idioms Letter I

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

Today learn 10 idioms beginning with the letter I.
Idiom Definition Usage
if worst comes to worst If the worst scenario occurs If worst comes to worst we must cancel our vacation.
ill at ease uncomfortable He appeared to be ill at ease during the interview.
in a bind in trouble They will really be in a bind if they cannot sell their house.
in a family way pregnant Our new secretary is in a family way and plans to quit work soon.
in a fog confused He is always in a fog and never seems to know what is going on.
in a haze confused He is always in a haze and never seems to know what is going on.
in a hole in trouble He really is in a hole now that he has problems at work.
in a hurry rushed I am in a hurry and cannot talk now.
in a jam in trouble He is really in a jam at work.
in a nutshell briefly Please explain the problem to the group in a nutshell.
More Idioms
From YOUR Teacher: Confused

If someone is confused then you can say either of the following:
"in a fog"
"in a haze"
Both of these idioms mean someone who is not focused and a little confused.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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