This blog is for students taking English 140-189 at Athabasca University.
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.
SARA: Great use of the idioms--note the following grammar: father's (it's possessive) and company's (singular possessive).
Today, I have butterflies in my stomach because I am getting my report card.
Alexey ENGL140My son has got ants in his pants because he knows I’ve already bought a birthday present for him.
ALEXEY: That's a nice one:-)
When I was a child, the thought of the giant purple people eater gave me butterflies in my stomac.
Sorry, I spelt stomach wrong.
Every time I see his smile, I begin to get butterflies fluttering in my stomach.
NATHAN:Great--and I loved that song!NICOLE:That sounds romantic--nicely done!
When I was a little girl I was only a knee high to a grasshopper.
MIRELA: Nicely done:-)
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