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Regions of Brain

QuestionAnswer
Draw a blank. To fail to remember something.
Back to square one. Having to start all over.
Foot in your mouth. To say something inappropriate or embarrassing.
Music to my ears. News that someone is pleased to hear.
Save it for a rainy day. To save something for a time in the future when it might be needed.
By heart. To memorize something.
Sweet Tooth To like sweet foods very much.
Head over heels in love. To be very much in love.
Pulling my leg. To joke, kid or trick someone.
Long faces. A sad, dissatisfied expresson.
Nosey. Always wanting to know other people's business and what other people are doing.
To see eye to eye. To agree completely.
A pain in the neck. Something or someone that annoys or bothers a person.
A big mouth A person who talks too much and does n ot keep secrets.
To cost an arm and a leg To be very expensive.
To shake a leg To hurry up, move faster.
Created by: annick