HAVE YOUR HEAD IN THE CLOUDS – An American Idiom Lesson

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HAVE YOUR HEAD IN THE CLOUDS
What does it mean to have your head in the clouds? Well, when you have your head in the clouds, you’re daydreaming or not paying attention to the thing you should be paying attention to.

  • When Tommy was on the bus, he had his eye on his phone and his head in the clouds. You guessed it! He missed his stop.
  • I must have had my head in the clouds this morning because I just realized that I left home without my wallet.

How about you? Do you know anyone who has had their head in the clouds recently? Have you?
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