Today’s idiom: “to be all ears”

6 Mar

When you’re REALLY interested in what someone is going to say, you can say “I’m all ears”.  For example:

Sue: “Have you heard about the scandal with Mary and Mike?”

Jane: “No, go on, tell me everything. I’m all ears!”

all ears

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