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Do you read me? Popular and common book idioms with Nevena

Closed book - a subject about which you know or understand nothing
Open book - If someone is an open book, it is easy to know what they are thinking and feeling
Bookworm - a person who reads a lot
By the book - exactly as the rules tell you
You can't judge a book by its cover - said to show that you cannot know what something or someone is like by looking only at that person or thing's appearance
In my book - in my opinion
Cook the books - to change numbers dishonestly in the accounts (= financial records) of an organization, especially in order to steal money from it
Read between the lines - to try to understand someone's real feelings or intentions from what they say or write
Hit the books - to study


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