BODY. Match the following parts of the body with the jumbled definitions on the right
Parts of the body appear in some colloquial idiomatic adjectives describing various human states and characteristics, e g. 'heavy-hearted' means 'sad'.For each adjective on the left below find the word or phrase on the right which has the same meaning.
17. BODY. Choose one of the four possibilities that best completes the sentence.
1. He must be terribly strong! Look at his ….. .
a) skin b) limbs c) muscles d) nerves
2. He stood with his hands on his ….. daring me to go past him.
a) ankles b) knees c) shoulders d) hips
3. Every tooth in my upper ….. seemed to be aching.
a) chin b) cheek c) jaw d) forehead
4. When Mary twisted her ankle, John carried her home on his ….. .
a) shoulders b) knees c) hands d) arms
5. His shoes were so old that his ….. were sticking out of them.
a) fingers b) thumbs c) tips d) toes
6. The blind man ran the ….. of his fingers over the box.
7. When people sweat, the liquid comes out through the ….. of the skin.
8. The ….. is the main air passage of the body.
a) intestine b) ear c) windpipe d) kidney
9. The mam function of the heart is to ….. blood round the body.
10 Arnold Schwartzeneger has an enormous chest ….. .
a) growth b) swelling c) expansion d) inflation
18. Explain the meanings and give the context of the following idioms:
· love the sound of your own voice
· play it by ear
· have (got) an ear for smth.
· have(got) a familiar ring to it
· be out on your ear
· make a lot of noise (about smth.)
· a big noise
· be like music to your ears
· go in one ear and out the other
· face the music