Idioms Project

Idioms Project
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  • Nooo! Predicting something will be a breeze is an idiom for saying something will be easy!
  • Hey Som, how's school so far? This year should be a breeze.
  • Huh? How is weather and school related? I'm not feeling a breeze at all.
  • Oh, I get it now! Yea, so far school is a breeze!
  • Haha, that's not what I meant! Hitting the hay is an idiom for going to sleep!
  • Hey Som, that concert was really cool, but I have a game tomorrow and I really need to hit the hay.
  •  Hit the hay? I don't see any hay around here, and why would you hit it?
  • Oh, I see. Well go on then!
  • Nooo! Telling someone to break a leg is an idiom for wishing them good luck!
  • Som, you better be prepared for this concert. Break a leg!
  • Ok, I get it now! In that case, thanks!
  • Break a leg????!! Rude!
  • Killing two birds with one stone is an idiom for multitasking!
  • Since we are camping, I could find a good camping spot and you could gather sticks for a fire so we could kill two birds with one stone.
  • Woah. Now I get it. But please say 'feed two birds with one scone" to avoid using Anti-Animal language. I am vegan.
  • Killing two birds?? Huh? With one stone? 
  • *face palm* Bring a knife to a gunfight is an idiom for being unprepared for an event.
  • We have to practice for our track race, otherwise it'll be like bringing a knife to a gunfight.
  • Knife? Gunfight? Ahhh! Are we in danger?
  • Oh I get it now. We better start running!
  • Some of the things those humans say make no sense. Talking to circles is so much easier.
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