Heart Idioms

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The heart makes many expressions in English, and not just to do with love and romance. There are many common expressions that use the word heart in this video lesson. The English in the lesson is mainly British English.

The heart makes many expressions in English, and not just to do with love and romance. There are many common expressions that use the word heart in this video lesson. The English in the lesson is mainly British English.

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Helen: Hello?
Mum: Hello? Helen? It's mum here. How are you my dear? Studying hard? You know how much your degree means to your father and me
Helen: I was studying before you phoned me! Listen, I need your advice. I'm in love! But he doesn't even notice me. He only has eyes for Alice. What can I do?
Mum: Love? Love! There's plenty of time for that later.
Get your head out of the clouds and back into your books. Do you hear me?
Helen: Yes, yes mum

The heart makes many expressions in English, and not just to do with love and romance. There are many common expressions that use the word heart in this video lesson. The English in the lesson is mainly British English.

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"Wear your heart on your sleeve" means "to show your feelings and emotions openly".

Text in the clip from "The Queen":
- I prefer to keep my feelings to myself. And foolishly I believed that was what people wanted from their Queen... not to make a fuss, nor wear one's heart on one's sleeve... duty first, self second.


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In this English Idioms lesson I explain the meaning and give examples for 3 idioms about the heart.