Eye On Idioms: no. 2 of 7
1) Complete the sentence by selecting the correct idiom from the list. The image above provides a literal representation of the correct idiom.
My older brother is like
wet behind the ears
bed of roses
the apple of his eye
a back seat driver
knock on wood
hit the hay
bury your head in the sand
, always telling me how to improve my curveball even though I don't want his advice.
2) What is the metaphorical meaning of the idiom?
3) Use the idiom in a sentence.
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