慣用語句 – English Idioms Lesson – Head In The Clouds

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Are you a daydreamer? Are you thinking about a million things, except for the thing you are doing right now? Do you have your head in the clouds?

The idiom to have your head in the clouds means that you are a daydreamer. You can use this idiom like this:
[someone] is have their head in the clouds.

  • Jack has his head in the clouds today. I wonder why?
  • I had my head in the clouds this morning. I went to the store, and then forgot why I went there.

Do you have your head in the clouds? Leave a comment below and let me know!