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All Up In the Air

A Zeppelin NT airship.
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USA Today has an interesting article about the centenary of air travel, starting with the Zeppelin (the airship, not the band, although …).

In English there are a lot of idioms that include the word air, for example, TO CLEAR THE AIR, TO BE UP IN THE AIR or A LOT OF HOT AIR. You can try an online exercise with these phrases and also read more about general nature idioms.

As usual, EXPLORE, ENJOY and LEARN!

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