lunes, 19 de noviembre de 2018

Idioms and autumn

This is a link to english_teacher_julia instagram post.

Can you think of any more idioms related to this time of the year?

3 comentarios:

Stela Bolaños dijo...

Save for a rainy day
To reserve something (usually money) for a future need. (Similar expressions: to put something away for a rainy day, to keep something for a rainy day)
Example: I didn’t expect to receive this much for my annual bonus! I’m glad to have some extra money to save for a rainy day.

Stela Bolaños dijo...

Under the weather (be under the weather/ feel under the weather)
When a person doesn’t feel well, feels a little sick.

The teacher dijo...

Thank you Stela!!!