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Copy of Idioms

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reg dela cruz

on 20 February 2014

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Transcript of Copy of Idioms

English Expressions
Expressions seem funny when
we first read them. This is because they
they have another meaning.

"I'm under the weather."

What does that mean?
"I have butterflies in my stomach"
"It's raining cats and dogs."
"Break a leg!"

What does that mean?
"It's a lemon."
- Is this your new camera? It's really nice!
- I don't think so.
It's a lemon
- What does that mean?
-It means
it doesn't work well
- Is that your new bag?
- Yeah, my new tennis bag.
I got it for almost nothing
- What do you mean?
- I mean
it was really cheap
, just 15 dollars.
- Well I don't think so, my brother got the same thing for only 10 dollars.
"I got it for almost nothing."

What does that mean?

What does that mean?
Today we will learn some expressions and what they mean.

What does that mean?
"It cost an arm and a leg."
It's raining cats and dogs.
Expressions we learned today:
"Once in a blue moon"
What does that mean?
"I'm under the weather."
It means I feel sick.
"It's raining cats and dogs."
It means it's pouring rain.
It means
I'm nervous or in love!
"I have butterflies in my stomach."
"Who let the cat out of the bag?"
What does that mean?
It means it doesn't happen
"Once in a blue moon."
Example: I tidy my room once in a blue moon!
It means good luck!
"Break a leg!"
It means it was very
"It cost an arm and a leg."
I'm under the weather
It cost an arm and a leg!
I got it for almost nothing.
It's a lemon.
Break a leg!
I have butterflies in my stomach.
Once in a blue moon
Who let the cat out of the bag?
"I feel blue."
What does that mean?
It means I feel sad.
"I feel blue."
I feel blue.
It means who told the
"Who let the cat out of the bag?"
1. There are 3 teams. Everybody stands up.

2. A picture will show on screen. You must choose the idiom that matches the picture.

3. Raise your hand to guess. If you answer right you draw a line between the dots and sit down.

4. The team with the most squares at the end wins!
How to play: The Dot Game!
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