Get away from it all // Have a lot on one’s plate // Kick back and relax

Today we will review three new idioms. Get away from it all, Have a lot on one’s plate, and Kick back and relax. Review the definitions below and then look at the 3 example sentences for each idiom. After reviewing the information, try to make your own examples for each idiom.

 

IDIOMMEANING
Get away from it all"To go on vacation"
Have a lot on one's plate"To have a lot of work to do"
Kick back and relax"To relax"

GET AWAY FROM IT ALL

#EXAMPLES
1I have been so busy these days. I really just want to get away from it all.
2She just wanted to get away from it all.
3He decided to get away from it all.

HAVE A LOT ON ONE’S PLATE

#EXAMPLES
1I have a lot on my plate these days.
2Why are you upset? I told you I would not be able to go because I have a lot on my plate these days.
3He has a lot on his plate, so he is not able to meet any women.

KICK BACK AND RELAX

#EXAMPLES
1What do you want to do after work? I just want to kick back and relax.
2On Sundays my dad normally just kicks back and relaxes.
3Instead of going out, let's just kick back and relax.

 

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