I think this slang refers to something like "If you've got some problems"
I've looked it up in a dictionary and the meaning is rather clearbe in over your head
to be involved in a situation that is too difficult for you to deal with; example: I'm in over my head with all these exhibition arrangements.
The point I didn't understand is "be in over your head on/with
The dictionary says the prepostion I must use is with
, but the phrase with the preposition on
is the one I had seen while I was watching a Tv Show.
Is there any difference between on and with in that context ? Thanks.May I have your attention, please ? Would you bother to rate my written english ? Excellent, Good, Not bad, Poor.