Learn common English phrasal verbs and expressions with WHY WOMEN KILL

      • You scratch my back I scratch yours
      • It costs a fortune
      • My jam
      • Eavesdropping
      • To work fingers to the bone
      • Moon over
      • To feel under the weather
      • To put it all on the table
      • Out of the blue
      • To pop into smb’s head
      • I won’t let you down
      • Let’s hit the road
      • To take the wind out of one’s sails
      • To run errands
      • A task



YOU SCRATCH MY BACK I SCRATCH YOURS – used to tell someone that if they help you, you will help them

IT COSTS A FORTUNE – it costs a lot of money

MY JAM – the song that one loves or likes a lot

EAVESDROPPING – to listen to someone’s private conversation without them knowing

TO WORK FINGERS TO THE BONE – to work extremely hard, especially for a long time

MOON OVER – to spend time thinking about someone or something that you love


TO PUT IT ALL ON THE TABLE – if a plan or suggestion has been put/laid on the table, it has been made available for people to hear, read  or discuss

OUT OF THE BLUE – completely unexpected

TO POP INTO SMB’S HEAD – to occur or form suddenly in someone’s mind, as a thought, idea, or revelation

I WON’T LET YOU DOWN – not to disappoint someone by failing to do what you agreed to do or were expected to do

LET’S HIT THE ROAD – to leave a place or begin a journey

TO TAKE THE WIND OUT OF ONE’S SAILS – to make someone feel less confident or less determined to do something, usually by saying or doing something that they are not expecting

TO RUN ERRANDS – to complete a specific task or chore