Have Your Nose In The Books – American English Idiom One Point Lesson

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Have Your Nose In The Books.
When you have your nose in the books, you are studying very hard.

  • James has exams next week, so he has his nose in the books.
  • I have my nose in the books because I’m trying to learn Japanese Kanji.
  • Fran had her nose in the books when she was in high school and got into a good university.

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