3 January 2013

IDIOMS, Jan. 3rd, 2013



There are three idioms that use the word for different types of INSECTS:

Watch this video and then write a sentence of your own that uses one of these three idioms.

12 comments:

Sara said...

1. I remember feeling myself knee-high to a grasshopper while holding my tall fathers hand.
2. I got butterflies in my stomach when I was standing for the first time in front of a room full of customers to present our companies software implementation method.
3. My sons had ants in their pants while having to wait for their Christmas concert performance.

Veronica Baig said...

SARA: Great use of the idioms--note the following grammar: father's (it's possessive) and company's (singular possessive).

Zeinab140 said...

Today, I have butterflies in my stomach because I am getting my report card.

Veronica Baig said...

ZEINAB:Excellent sentence:-)

Alexey said...

Alexey ENGL140

My son has got ants in his pants because he knows I’ve already bought a birthday present for him.

Veronica Baig said...

ALEXEY: That's a nice one:-)

Nathan White said...

When I was a child, the thought of the giant purple people eater gave me butterflies in my stomac.

Nathan White said...

Sorry, I spelt stomach wrong.

Nicole Baganha said...

Every time I see his smile, I begin to get butterflies fluttering in my stomach.

Veronica Baig said...

NATHAN:Great--and I loved that song!
NICOLE:That sounds romantic--nicely done!

Mirela said...

When I was a little girl I was only a knee high to a grasshopper.

Veronica Baig said...

MIRELA: Nicely done:-)