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Good point

August 22, 2011

Use this phrase to signal agreement with something someone just said.  If you say, “It’s really cold outside'” and I answer “But we’re comfortable inside the house,” then you would answer, “Good point.”



August 12, 2011

To make a mistake.  I made a boo-boo means I made a mistake.  That was a boo-boo means something was a mistake or accident.



August 7, 2011

Used to describe someone as physically attractive.  You can use this to describe both a woman or a man.  She (or he) is hot.  This tells you that she (or he) is good-looking.



July 29, 2011

nervous, anxious.  You can also use this phrase to describe a person that is very tense, anxious or who needs to relax.  If you are being questioned by the police you may be  very uptight.



July 22, 2011

A very good experience.  Used to describe a very enjoyable experience.  We had a blast last night.



July 18, 2011

This just means to sleep.   As an example I might say, “I’m tired, I’m going to crash.”


In the day

July 15, 2011

This phrases refers to an event that happened in the not too recent past.  If you are talking about something that happened in your childhood, you will say, “In the day I liked to  …….”  If I talk about when I was in college, I would use “In the day.”  Using this phrase, the past is always years in the past, not days or months.