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This is ‘Berry’ he’s part of a new collection of pieces just in time for Halloween. more info soon…x

“Saved by the bell” means “rescued from a difficulty at the last moment”. Example: I was really saved by the bell when our teacher moved the math test to next week.

Figuratively Speaking, monotype by Anne Moore, 10" X 10"

“Pull the wool over someone’s eyes” means “to deceive someone”. Example: Don’t let insurance companies pull the wool over your eyes - ask for a list of all the hidden charges.

“The pot calling the kettle black” means “don’t criticize another person for a fault that you have yourself”. Example: You are accusing me of being lazy? Ha! That’s the pot calling the kettle black! Get our apps for learning English:


Tell Me a Story Tuesday: Figurative Language

Tell Me a Story Tuesday: Figurative Language - using a picture/photo to create figurative language