Words & Phrases
do your own thing
Suzy: I’m not sure if the audience liked
Caroline: You’re never 'gonna' please
everyone. Just keep marching to the beat of
your own drum!
not wanting input about what’s going on in your situation
Mind your own business. I really don’t need your advice right now.
something good that makes you feel happy when you hear it
Every time I hear a baby laugh it is music to my ears.
Do you need me to explain better?
You guys need to mop the floor and put the dishes in the dish-washer before I get home. Need I say more?
My hat goes off to all of you for attending our annual event and for helping to clean up our beaches.
it’s not that important
Whether he goes by car or bus, it’s neither here nor there, just as long as he can make it on time.
used when someone means that hearing nothing, usually means everything is OK
We haven’t heard from any of the teens on their road trip, so hopefully, no news is good news.
I take my vitamins on a daily basis.
something that has been used so much that it won’t last much longer
Our living room sofa is on its last leg. I think it’s time we buy a new one.
Young parents aren’t always on the same page when it comes to raising kids. (or) We’re obviously not on the same page. Our ideas are completely different.