Idiom:You look like you have just seen a ghost! Example: Joe: Jane! Are you all right? You look like you have just seen a ghost! Jane: I just got really shocking news from my doctor. We are having triplets. Joe: 3 babies?! Jane: Now YOU look like
Idiom: In cold blood Context #1: John: Did you hear about that serial killer who appeared in court today? Sam: Yeah, I heard the judge sentenced him to life in prison with no parole. John: That’s right. He killed about 10 people in cold blood
Idiom: To Scare The Pants Off Someone Context #1: Tammy: Last night my neighbor jumped out from behind a bush wearing a zombie mask. He was only joking but it really scared the pants off me! Sara: Did you scream? Tammy: Yeah, I screamed! It was
Idiom: To Make One’s Skin Crawl Example: Ron and Debbie are trying to decide what to do on Halloween… Debbie: I’ve got a great idea! Let’s go to Santa Monica Boulevard to see all of the crazy costumes! Ron: I can’t. I have to work until 10:00pm.
Idiom: skeleton crew; used as a noun First Example: Toby: Are you going to the concert this Saturday? Claire: No. I have to work Saturday night. Toby: That’s too bad – but maybe you can get off a little early? It’s usually pretty slow on
Idiom: skeleton(s) in one’s closet ; used as a noun First Example: Michael: Why is Oscar so upset? Pam: You didn’t hear? Everyone found out that his brother is in prison, and now he’s really embarrassed. Michael: