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Have Two Left Feet Revisited

Here are some Google Images using our latest Idiom of the Week – just click on any of them for a larger view:

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Idiom of the Week: Have Two Left Feet

Meaning: To be a bad dancer or to be clumsy.

Examples:

He doesn’t like to dance because he has two left feet.

I’m usually very graceful but today I guess I have two left feet.

If you want to be in Broadway musicals you definitely can’t have two left feet.

 

Pop Quiz:

Who didn’t have two left feet?

A.  Michael Jackson

B.  Alvin Ailey

C.  Fred Astaire

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Butterfingers Revisited

Here are some results from Google Images using our latest Idiom of the Week – just click on any of them for a larger view:

 

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Idiom of the Week: Butterfingers

Meaning: A name for someone who drops something.

Examples:

When I dropped my coffee someone yelled, “Nice one, butterfingers!”

I’m such a butterfingers. I’ve already broken three of my new wine glasses.

He loves to play football, but he’s a butterfingers.

 

Pop Quiz:

In which profession is it dangerous to be a butterfingers?

A. Surgeon

B. Teacher

C. Butter Salesperson

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As Good As New Revisited Revisited

We’re recycling our latest Idiom of the Week, As Good As New, yet again – this time in a classic song by Abba:

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As Good As New Revisited

Here are some fun images for you from the internet using our latest Idiom of the Week – just click on any image for a larger view:

 

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Idiom of the Week: As Good As New

Meaning: Describing an old or used thing that looks good and works well, maybe because of cleaning or repairs.

Examples:

I shined my shoes and now they look as good as new.

I went to visit him in the hospital after his surgery, and when I asked him how he felt, he answered, “As good as new.”

My car runs as good as new after I brought it to the mechanic.

 

Pop Quiz:

If something is as good as new, it’s…

A.  New.

B.  Not new.

C.  Not good.

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