Sept 27 In Class Writing

Five idioms/slang that I found useful in daily conversations:

  1. Hang on means wait. When someone says hang on, it is like waiting for the outcome.
  2. Make ends meet means there’s no an end result.
  3. Lemon describes someone is in a terrible situation or is in a bad luck.
  4. Going under the knife is used to describe people that go to plastic surgery, however, that does’t involve any life-threatening risk.
  5. Turn someone off is used to describe a person’s mood suddenly turn horrible by some unknowing incidents.

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