Context #1 Jim: Wow! Look at the ticket prices for the Jay-Z concert. The cheapest tickets in the seats way up at the top are over $200! David: That’s a ripoff! Context #2 Sara: I need to get my oil changed, but the place I
Example: Kim: I can’t wait to go to Bangkok. It’s going to be so much fun. There are so many places to see. Vijo: I hate the city. I prefer a more quiet countryside place. The city is for unstable people. Kim: Oh, don’t be
Example: Ina: I heard you won some money from the lottery. Michael: I did. I’m going to buy a house, and a boat, and get married, and…… Ina: Whoa! Wait a second. Don’t you want to save or invest some of that money? Also, don’t
Idiom: A bull in a china shop: behaving like a clumsy or careless person and causing damage in situations that require careful thinking or actions. Context #1 – Two salespeople are discussing a wealthy client Mitzi: Hey, Valerie! How did it go yesterday at Mrs.