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A soft-hearted person, who feels pity towards everyone
“Nina is such a bleeding heart that if someone even puts on an expression of sorrow, she insists on helping them out.”
“Bob is such a bleeding heart. No cause is too far out for him.“
“Blunkett needs to delve deeper and ask himself a hard question: “Why are these bleeding hearts so influential?“
- Choose the suitable idiom to complete the sentence below.
“He only voted for the tax increase because he’s ______________. He really believes all of that extra money is going to help the homeless.“
A. head over heels in love
B. a bleeding heart
C. hit the nail right on the head
D. her head in the clouds
- Describe a person you admire.Try to use this idiom in your speech. You should say:
You should say:
- who the person is
- what he or she is like
- and why you admire him or her.
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