Posted by: retarigan | October 13, 2016

Idiom of the Day: Put Body and Soul Into [250716]


Idiom: Put Body and Soul Into

by Huy Quoc

Put Body and Soul Into – Idiom of the Day for IELTS Speaking

Definition:

Devote all your physical and mental to something.

Example:

“I put body and soul into this project which is the whole future of my company.”

“To gain the good prospects of promotion, he puts body and soul into his work.”

“Jack is an industrious person; whenever he does something he puts body and soul into it.”

 

Adopted from: http://ieltsmaterial.com/idiom-for-ielts-put-body-and-soul-into/

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Idiom of the Day: Put Body and Soul Into


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