Ring a bell // Chime in // As fit as a fiddle

Today we will review three new Expressions. Ring a bell, Chime in, and As fit as a fiddle. Review the definitions below and then look at the 3 example sentences for each expression. After reviewing the information, try to make your own examples for each expression.

EXPRESSIONMEANING
Ring a bell(For something to cause someone to remember something or for it to seem familiar)
Chime in(To enter a conversation)
As fit as a fiddle(To be in good health)

RING A BELL

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CHIME IN

#EXAMPLES
1“Yes, you do that,” Donna chimed in.
2The new employee chimed in with a suggestion.
3Everyone in the room began to chime in with their own ideas.

AS FIT AS A FIDDLE

#EXAMPLES
1To be in good health
If you drink this tea, you’ll fit as a fiddle tomorrow.
2My grandfather said that he feels as fit as a fiddle.
3The doctor was fit as a fiddle.

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