729 – Hot Idioms

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I know that this may be a hot potato but have you been in the hot seat recently? Or perhaps you have been hot under the collar because some hot head got you all hot and bothered. trust me I’m not full of hot air when I say this.

I love helping you learn idioms because they make your English conversation sound much more natural and interesting. for today’s English lesson we’re going to look at six idioms that contain the word hot.

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