Animal Expressions -English vocabulary lesson
In this lesson, you will learn 8 expressions related to animals.
The first one is;
Paul: Are you ready to propose Amy?
Tom: I’m worried that she’ll say no.
Paul: Just ask her! Don’t be a chicken!
We also have an expression a related expression using a phrasal verb.
This means “to not do something because you are too scared”
=tears that you cry when you are not really sad or sorry.
= a false and insincere display of emotion.
In a restaurant, if you don’t finish your food, they will put it in a doggy bag for you.
(this is very common in America)
A friendly waitress gave us a doggy bag for our left-over food.
Don and Carl couldn’t finish the food they order at the restaurant, and they ask for a doggy bag.
Joey lent bicycle to James a month ago.
He didn’t return the bicycle to James.
They meet by chance at the mall.
Joey: Hi James. How are you?
James: I’m great, thanks. How are you?
Joey: I think that we should talk the elephant in the room.
James: Yes, the bicycle. Let me explain…
I got it straight from the horse’s mouth that there is a big concert in town.
I heard it straight from the horse’s mouth that Mike will be promoted.
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