Words to Know
- Standing up - when all of your weight is on your feet, not sitting
- Bimonthly - two times a month
- Pissed off - angry
- Legit - short for legitimate
- Upset - sad
- Old chestnut - something you've heard many times before
- Lipstick - makeup that you put on your mouth
- Shovel - a tool used to dig into the ground
- Boogie board - a small board used to catch waves
- Swoop - to move rapidly down through the air
- Mercy - showing someone compassion instead of punishing them
- Chop - to cut through something
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- Sometimes the verb "to come" can be used as the word "to go." For example, "I'm coming with you," not "I'm going with you." Why is this?
- See the article on How to Use the Word "Go" for more info.
- Put two and two together
- The whole nine yards
- One fell swoop
- Back to square one
- The two rules for success
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