English Idioms with the Word 'Head'
There are many many English idioms! Some of them use words that describe everyday items, and some include body parts. Many include the word 'head', for example, probably because our heads are the most important part of our bodies!
Enjoy these English idioms that use the word 'head'. There are many more to come.
Simply read each sentence and identify the idiom with the word 'head'. Also, write out a simple definition of each idiom. Email your answers to us here: ONLINE TUTORING.
1. I don't think she is really angry at you; I think it's just all in your head.
2. Look, you have your school work to do, you have to clean the house, you have so many bills to pay, and now you want to go away for the weekend? You're way in over your head!
3. They always only want to do what they want to do. They never consider anyone else. They are so hard-headed.
4. C'mon everyone! Let's put our heads together and figure this problem out.
5. He tried to pick up that woman and she slapped him in the face! We laughed our heads off all night thinking about it.