Today we will review three new English idioms. Rain on your parade, Rainy day, and Raise eyebrows. 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.
|Rain on your parade||When someone ruins your pleasure or your plans|
|Rainy day||If you save something, especially money, for a rainy day, you save it for some possible problem or trouble in the future|
|Raise eyebrows||If something raises eyebrows, it shocks or surprises people.|
RAIN ON YOUR PARADE
|1||Sorry to rain on your parade, but you are not allowed to play music here.|
|2||I hate to rain on your parade, but your plans are totally wrong.|
|3||Stop raining on my parade!|
|1||I'm saving up my money for a rainy day.|
|2||I know you are saving for a rainy day, but you should still enjoy your life.|
|3||The couple was saving for a rainy day.|
|1||Her short dress raised eyebrows.|
|2||Donald Trump raised a lot of eyebrows with his rude comments.|
|3||His rude remark raised many eyebrows.|
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Jayati I’m so glad that you are enjoying the lessons. I hope that you reach all of your English goals!