‘Be in over one’s head’ and ‘Get one’s head around’ (Useful Idioms)

Here are some useful idioms including the word ‘head!’

Have you ever been in over your head with something? We use this idiom when we are in a difficult situation or feel overwhelmed! I was in over my head when I started my old job – I had too much responsibility and had to learn a lot of new skills!

Hopefully you can get your head around the meaning of this idiom! To ‘get one’s head around’ means to understand the meaning of something or how it works! At first I struggled to play that new computer game, but once I got my head around the controls it was easy!


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