Risk-Safety Idioms

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      This week, we are discussing the idioms about risk and safety:

      1. A calculated risk
      2. to risk one’s neck
      3. On the safe side
      4. To have nothing to lose
      5. To look before you leap
      6. Don’t put all your eggs in one basket

      Are you a person who likes to risk or the one who prefers to stay on the safe side?

      Describe a situation where you you had to risk your neck, and it had a positive outcome. As an alternative, think of a situation where you calculated your risk and it went according to your plans.


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