To lose one’s head

A+ headHi everyone,

Are you ready to look at an idiom today? An idiom is a group of words or phrase that has a meaning different from the meaning of each individual word.

For example

Don’t lose your head over one bad grade. Study hard and get an A next time!

It works very much like a phrasal verb. It is separable and a possessive adjective must come between “lose” and “head.”

Let’s look at some examples:

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My sister really lost her head when I crashed her car.

His parents lose their heads when he comes home after curfew.

There you go! Don’t lose your head over idioms…they just take some practice!

Best regards,

Sarah

Now teacher

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