Word of the Day
A kite is a small, lightweight structure that lifts into the air with the power of the wind. It’s usually made of paper or plastic and wooden sticks form the frame.
There’s an expression in English that some people use when they get angry at another person: go fly a kite. This expression is also used in response to a request that seems unreasonable:
Note: The piece of string at the end of the kite is called the tail. Without a tail, a kite won’t fly.
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October 11, 2013