Idiom challenge

Welcome to idiom challenge.

The rules:
1. Learn one idiom a day. We will give you an idiom and what it means.
2. We will use it in a sentence.
3. You will make your own sentence with the same idiom in the comment box.
4. You will leave a link to your site or a specific post you like us to read.

Idiom of the day: To jog a person’s memory.

Meaning: to remind somebody in order to prevent something being forgotten.

Sentence: It was when he jogged my memory that I recalled the event.

Make your own sentence in the comment box and leave your link.

Happy blogging!

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