May I ask is there a unit explaining the expressions like "estar hasta las narices" "no tener dos dedos de frente" "dar la espalda" etc?
Hola Kelly - Using the Kwiziq 'search' facility, I only found: Idioms with the body part "mano" Spanish grammar from Kwiziq Spanish > https://spanish.kwiziq.com/learn/theme/1768162 ...
Digressing somewhat, one Spanish idiomatic expression which I do find amusing is "dar calabazas" = "to give someone the brushoff"... I was told that there is actually a pop-song which describes a couple seated on either side of a pumpkin - [thereby illustrating the 'difficulties' they are having in developing their relationship !]
Not yet. Only the list that David mentioned using the word "mano". But we are noting this to include it in our content.
Gracias y saludos
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