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Expressions inspired by things they eat for breakfast in the UK:
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Other idioms:

· You can't judge a book by its cover.
· Look it on the brigth side
· Better safe than sorry
· It costs an arm and a leg

· To go cold turkey (ponerse mala cara, pálido)
· Experience is the mother of knowledge
· A penny saved is a money earned
· You can kill two birds with one stone

· Beauty is in the eye of the beholder

It means that each person has their own opinion about what or who is beautiful

Personally, I can't understand why she finds him attractive, but they do say beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
· Face the music

To receive punishment; to accept the unpleasant results of one's actions (afrontar la realidad)

Tom broke a the window and had to face the music when his father got home.
After failing a math test,John had to go home and face the music.
·Like a dog chasing its own tail

"La pescadilla que se muerde la cola."
It means that you are wasting your time and effort in a useless pursuit.

It's a case of almost the dog chasing its tail.
The lack of trust is like a dog chasing its tail, since without trust it's hard to make ends meet.




Idioms and expressions used in letters and e-mails:
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Job:
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Health:
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Idioms related with expressions:
Surprise:
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Problems:
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Luck:
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María Ángeles A.
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