Idioms about parts of the body

Hello everyone:

I leave you the sentences with the idioms we have worked in our last session:

A shoulder to cry on
Behind someone's back
To keep somebody's chin up
To stick someone's nose in
Out of hand
To put your money where your mouth is
My lips are sealed
To bit someone off
To cost an arm and a leg
To have a leg to stand on

It sounds familiar, doesn't it?

To have someone's finger on the pulse
To stick someone's neck out
To get things out of someone's chest
To g weak at the knees
His tongue in his cheek

To keep someone's feet on the ground
To turn out someone's stomach
To go in one ear and out the other
To step/ tread on someone's toes
To let someone's hair down

Do you remember all the meanings?

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