To Bite Off More Than You Can Chew| Ask Linda! | Idioms

The idiom “to bite off more than you can chew” refers to taking on a task that is too difficult, such as in this example “By working on two projects at a time, he is clearly biting off more than he can chew”. Can you use this idiom in an example in the comments below?

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