Be out on (one’s) …..

Can you complete this English expression? It means “to be removed from a situation or a place”.

Be out on (one’s) ……

a) chest

b) head

c) mind

d) ear

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Answer: d) ear

Be out on (one’s) ear!

Example: You’ll be out on your ear if you talk to the boss like that again.

By I Talk You Talk Press – Easy English Reading