Are you determined to do anything, come hell or high water? Are you able to keep your head above water these days? Is there anything you want to try and test the waters? Has anyone told you a story that couldn’t hold water?By the end of this podcast English lesson, you’ll learn five water idioms and also how they came to be.
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- Linda was determined to finish her college degree, come hell or high water, even though she had a full-time job and a had two small kids.
- Mark’s excuse for being late again just doesn’t hold water. I think we need to issue him a warning.
- The coffee in this diner tastes like it’s been watered down.
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