Idiom: A face only a mother could love Read the text messages between these two friends and try to guess the meaning of the idiom: A FACE ONLY A MOTHER COULD LOVE. _____________________________________________________ Hi Jenn, Have you met the new neighbor yet? He is so funny.
Idiom: To line (someone or something) up Example: Context #1 – Students are trying to plan a surprise party for their teacher Jeff:Next Friday is our teacher’s last day of class before she moves to China. I think we should line something up for her surprise farewell party. Something really big!!
Idiom: (To have money) burn a hole in someone’s pocket; used as a verb Example: When his mother gave the little boy his allowance, she told him not to “spend it all in one place.” But the money was burning a hole in his pocket, so he spent
Idiom: To be stuffed Context #1: John: Man, that buffet was amazing! I think I had like 5 plates full of food. Steve: Me too. I am stuffed! Context #2: Susie: I don’t think I can finish this hamburger. It’s huge! Jill: Yeah, I actually finished