Spring is here! Finally! Well, at least we can start thinking about what we're going to do in our free time now that we can go outside. There are plenty of idioms about Spring and I've brought a few of them to you in this post. Additionally, I've created an opposites exercise as well as more jokes and idioms. If you would like me to cover something special leave it in the comment section. As always, love comes from likes. Give generously.
Here are the answers to the exercises.
If you're acting like a Spring Chicken, then you are acting young, If you are giving someone free range, you are giving someone freedom, and if you ask, Does a chicken have lips, you are indirectly saying yes.
Which one of these phrases is not an idiom, hay fever.
The opposites are, sharp-dull, thick-thin, tight-loose, together-apart, tough-tender, triumph-fail, true-false, fragile-unbreakable, fail-succeed, unique-ordinary, useful-useless, usually-rarely, vacant-occupied, vanish-appear, victory-defeat, villain-hero, violent-gentle
The word: multiverse
Sayings or Idioms: spring to mind, ray of sunshine, spring ahead and fall back, April showers bring May flowers, a spring in your step, (don't) spring it on me.
ANNABELLE B-BAUMANN, Communication Coach
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