Fun Easy English Classroom May 17


Learn American
English idioms
letter H
Idioms Letter H

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

Today learn 10 idioms beginning with the letter H.
Idiom Definition Usage
had better should You had better go now or you will be late for class.
hair stand on end She became frightened Her hair would stand on end every time she watched a horror movie.
half-baked foolish She did not really like his half-baked idea.
half the battle difficult Getting them to come to the meeting will be half the battle.
hammer out agree to The union and managers were able to hammer out a new plan.
hand down arrange to give after death She plans to hand down her jewelry to her daughter.
hand in submit I went to the company early to hand in my job application.
hand it to give credit to You have to hand it to her because she worked hard and was successful.
hang a left Make a left turn Hang a left at the next corner
hang a right Make a right turn Hang a right at the next corner
More Idioms
From YOUR Teacher: Hang a ....

The idioms hang a left and hang a right are often used when someone in a car is giving directions to the driver of the car.

Example: Hey go ahead and hang a left at the next street and then hang a right at the following street.
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