Welcome to the Idiom of the Week. Every week, I’m going to explain an idiom and include a writing prompt. An idiom is an expression whose meaning is different than the actual meaning of the words. Idioms are what bring language to life, so without further adieu, here’s the very first Idiom of the Week.

Have you ever wanted to give someone a piece of your mind? What does that even mean? Taken literally, you’d have to be very careful. You wouldn’t want to give away too much because you might not have enough left. Unlike hugs, where the more you give, the more you get, pieces of your mind don’t come back.
Relax, it’s an idiom, and you don’t actually have to give up any brain matter. It means to tell someone that you are angry with them.
Writing prompt: Have you ever given anyone a piece of your mind? How did it go?
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