One idiom which my students always love is “to put yourself into somebody else’s shoes”. They find it “cute” and very characteristic of the English language. I agree with this but also feel that hidden in this idiom is a reference to two skills which are key for survival these days i.e. emotional intelligence known as EQ and the…… *** Please Login To View ***

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  • Vera Freitas

    My name is Vera Freitas, I am a Teacher of English as a Foreign Language from São Paulo, Brazil, with many years of experience in mainstream language schools; I am also a free-lance translator and a former Cambridge ESOL examiner. I have recently certified as a Neurolanguage Coach® and set up my own language business.