"Level with" means "to ​tell someone the ​truth about something". Example: I'll ​level with you - the salary is not very good, and there's little ​chance of ​promotion.

"Level with" means "to ​tell someone the ​truth about something". Example: I'll ​level with you - the salary is not very good, and there's little ​chance of ​promotion.

“Needle in a haystack” is something extremely hard to find. Example: Finding the…

“Needle in a haystack” is something extremely hard to find. Example: Finding the…

“Jump at” means “to take an opportunity with enthusiasm”. Example: When I was offered the position of sales manager, I jumped at it.

“Jump at” means “to take an opportunity with enthusiasm”. Example: When I was offered the position of sales manager, I jumped at it.

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“a head start”-idiom lesson — English Teacher Adriana

“a head start”-idiom lesson — English Teacher Adriana

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