Idiom of the Week: Blessing in Disguise

Meaning: Something good that seems like something bad.

Examples:

She was upset when they broke up, but it was a blessing in disguise because she really loves her new boyfriend.

Positive people try to see problems as blessings in disguise.

Not having a car is a blessing in disguise. I get a lot more exercise now.

 

Pop Quiz:

Which situation describes a blessing in disguise?

A.  Getting fired from a job that you don’t like.

B.  Losing your internet connection, which causes you to read a book.

C.  Feeling very homesick, which prompts you to write a beautiful poem.

To see the correct answer, click on “Continue reading”:

The correct answer is A, B, and C. If you didn’t get the correct answer, try to see it as a blessing in disguise.

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One thought on “Idiom of the Week: Blessing in Disguise

  1. Sze Wong says:

    I was lost $25.00 to bought the lottery.But it was a blessing in disguise.Since that I hadn’t bought anymore lottery.

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