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Idiom Presentation

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Jacob Buurman

on 4 April 2014

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Transcript of Idiom Presentation

Examples
Idioms
What it
really
means
Speak of the devil
What it
really
means
Early bird gets the worm
What it
really
means
"Hey! There's somethin' fishy goin' around here..."
What it
really
means
You are what you eat
What it
really
means
Cry over split milk
What it
really
means
Go bananas
What it
really
means
As cool as a cucumber
By Cole Benkendorf and Jacob Buurman
Kill two birds with one stone
What it
really
means-
To solve two problems at the same time
When the person who was recently being discussed appears
!
!
If a person does something earlier/before someone else, they will be successful
Hey, I'm done already!
Supspicious; something isn't right
The notion that to be healthy and fit, you need to eat good foods
Don't worry about the little things
To go insane; crazy
I
d
i
o
m
-a word, phrase, or expression that has meaning beyond the literal meaning of the word(s).
When a person is cool, calm, and collected during a difficult situation
Breakin' ankles
What it
really
means
A term used in basketball; when a player does a crossover to his opponent so hard that he falls over or gets faked out
Like this
Spill the Beans

Can of corn
What it
really
means
Another sport idiom, used in baseball, an easy fly ball
What it
really
means
To accidentally tell a secret
Double-header
What it
really
means
Back-to back (ha ha another idiom) sports games that are played
x 2
Back to square one
What it
really
means
To go back to the beginning
An arm and a leg
What it
really
means
Very costly/expensive
Bad apple
What it
really
means
To be a bad person
Idiom Dialogue
Andrew: I can't believe Rolando spilled the beans today about-oh well speak of the devil!
Rolando: Look at you two bein' bad apples, I think there's something fishy going on here...
Andrew: Ya, Rolando, were talking about how you cost me an arm and a leg! You put me back on square one when you told Sammie my secret!
Rolando: Don't cry over spilled milk Andrew.
Andrew: THIS WAS NOT SPILLED MILK! I'M GONNA GO BANANAS AROUND YOU!
Rolando: Hey, I killed two birds with one stone, I might have told your secret, but I think Sammie's got a cruuuuusshhhh.
Andrew: Ew, she's gross. I swear she eats cans of corn. Did you know she broke Kyle's ankles. NO WAY.
Rolando: Well, whatever, hey break a leg in your play tonight!
Andrew: Oh thanks, but it'll be a piece of cake.
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