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Idioms with ALL (Learn English with Valen) (Canada)

Valen is going to teach you some common idioms using ALL.

All these idioms are very common, so you should learn them.

1- DON’T PUT ALL YOUR EGGS IN ONE BASKET = Don’t risk everything at the same time, spread your risk.

2- I’M ALL EARS = I’m listening very deeply.

3- IT’S ALL IN YOUR HEAD = It’s just your imagination.

4- ALL IN A DAY’S WORK = It’s no big deal, it’s nothing special (no problem, don’t worry)

5- ALL HELL BROKE LOOSE = It was chaos, confusion and trouble.

6- ALL OVER THE MAP = If something like a discussion is all over the map, it doesn't stick to the main topic and goes off on tangents, so it’s very difficult to understand.

7- ALL EYES ON ME = If all eyes are on someone, then everyone is paying attention to them.

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