Idioms English Idioms and Expressions that Include Blue

Hi there! I’ve just finished a video that includes quite a few idioms and expressions that have blue in them. I’m gradually getting better at animating and putting all the bits together, but still need to do some work on editing audio files (sorry about this, but I know that I’ll finally get it right ๐Ÿ™‚ ). Anyway, I hope you find the video useful. You can also do a short quiz after watching the video.

Photos from Pexels and drawings and animations by me on Krita.

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Idioms and expressions with blue

Which of the following idioms refer to being in a difficult situation?

Which idiom means something extremely unusual?

In which of the following situations are you likely to hear slang language (although not necessarily always)?

  1. Which idiom refers to making an effort to do something?

Why do the Brits call their police officers 'the boys in blue'?

Which expression is associated to adult content?

Which idioms are used to talk about a surprising event? There's more than one answer to this one.

Which expression is related to disease?

Which idiom may have gained the name due to an old product elaboration process?

To be blue is synonym of...

4 thoughts on “Idioms English Idioms and Expressions that Include Blue

  1. Thanks a lot, Serena.
    Yes, it is a wonderful feeling, while you keep inspirated, when the narration is finished, to be published, to be read…
    My best regards for you. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. My new book’s name is ‘Quan tot sigui blau’ (‘When everything be blue’). ๐Ÿ™‚

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