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Today's expression:

wait for the other shoe to drop: wait for the next bad thing to happen.

After September 11, 2001 everyone was waiting for the other shoe to drop, and it did in the form of an anthrax attack.

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up and up: honest; truthful.

  • That salesperson doesn't seem to be very up and up. We should go to a different car dealer.
  • Is this on the up and up? (This example uses "up and up" as a noun.)

 

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These students came to the website to study English in July 2014. Send your photo here.

Maria Brazil

Maria -- Brazil

Aziz
Aziz - Morocco
Antonine

Antonine -- U.S.A.

John
John -- Colombia
Sokvann
Sokvann -- Cambodia
Cezar
Cesar -- Brazil
Kate
Kate -- China
 
 
 
 

   

 

 

 

   
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