Idiom: With friends like this, who needs enemies Example 1: Kirk: I’m so mad at Daniel right now. Maria: Your friend Daniel? Kirk: Yeah. We’re taking the same English class, and I didn’t finish my essay because we were out this weekend. Maria: So why are you mad at Daniel?
Idiom: Strike up a friendship Example 1: Daniel: Is that your Star Wars bag? John: Yeah, why? Daniel: I’m a HUGE Star Wars fan! John: Awesome! Who is your favorite character? Mine is Darth Vader. Daniel: ME TOO! Oh man, did we just strike up a friendship right now? John: I
Idiom: Bull in a china shop Example 1: Martha: Are you going to Jesse’s party? Luke: No Martha: Why? Luke: Her living room, with its delicate furniture and knickknacks, makes me feel like a bull in a china shop Martha: I know exactly what you
Idiom: to zone out Example 1: Tim: How was your history class today? Chris: Well, I didn’t sleep well last night, so I was so tired. I pretty much zoned out the whole class. Tim: You still look a little sleepy. You’d better get some
Idiom: Old enough to be your mother/father Example 1: Jane met a guy who seemed like a perfect match on her favorite internet dating site, so she decided to meet him in person. But when she saw him, he was much older than the picture
Idiom: Let Nature Take Its Course Example 1: My daughter Isabella is 17 years old. She just graduated from high school and I am worried about her. The thing is, she has never dated anyone. All her friends have gone on dates but her. Should