Meaning: Chat or talk to someone in a very casual, fun way Context #1 – Two students are talking about going on Spring Break Jaffer: I can’t wait until the end of this term! I really need a break from studying. Katrina: I know. It’s nice to
Meaning: To annoy or bother someone Context #1 – Two students are talking after class Jackie:You know that girl in the red shirt who sits in back of the class? Pippy: Hmmm…let me think. Oh, yes! The really tall girl. Jackie: Yes, that one! She bugs me
Context 1: Title: Two friends Bob: Hey, Miriam! Did you try that Mexican restaurant I recommended? Miriam: Hey! Yes, I did. I went there with my boyfriend… You know he is from Mexico, right? Bob: Oh, that’s why you were asking about Mexican places! Did
Idiom: Rain or Shine Example 1: I have been training for the Los Angeles Marathon for 6 months and the race is coming up in a couple of weeks. I’m prepared for the run, but I’m nervous because the weather report shows rain for marathon
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: A class clown Context #1: Jill: Have you met John, the new student from Texas? Cathy: Yeah, he is so funny. His first day in class he was doing an impression of President Obama and everyone was laughing so hard. Jill: I heard about