A Backseat Driver // A Ball of Fire // Basket Case

Today we will review three new English idioms. A Backseat Driver, A Ball of Fire, and Basket Case. Review the definitions below and then look at the 3 example sentences for each of the English idioms. After reviewing the information, try to make your own sentences. Then check out all of the other English Idioms.

ENGLISH IDIOMS

IDIOMMEANING
A Backseat DriverA passenger in a car who gives the driver unwanted advice
A Ball of FireA person full of energy and enthusiasm
Basket CaseA person or a thing that is not able to function properly

A BACKSEAT DRIVER

#EXAMPLES
1Mary was a backseat driver.
2John said that he hates backseat drivers.
3We don’t need any backseat drivers.

A BALL OF FIRE

#EXAMPLES
1He is a real ball of fire when it comes to selling things.
2These young boys are just balls of fire.
3She is a ball of fire when it comes to business.

BASKET CASE

#EXAMPLES
1He is a real basket case.
2I told her not to date him because he is a total basket case.
3Everyone said he was a basket case after she left him.

 

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Iqbal hussain
Iqbal hussain
2 years ago

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Jhony Alice
2 years ago

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NICOLE
NICOLE
2 years ago

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Arafat
Arafat
1 year ago

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Dismas27
Dismas27
1 year ago

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Philas
Philas
1 year ago

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Umar
Umar
9 months ago

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