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intentionally wearing clothes to attract attention and admiration
” Selina’s dressed to kill today, isn’t she! I wonder who she’s trying to impress?“
” Wow, look at Sally! She’s really dressed to kill.“
” A person doesn’t go on vacation dressed to kill“
- Choose the suitable idiom to complete the sentence below.
” When Joe came to pick Mary up for the movie, he ________________ and carrying a dozen roses.“
A. have her name in lights
B. castles in the air
C. dressed to kill
D. runs in the family
- Describe a wedding you have attended. Try to use this idiom in your speech. You should say:
– When it happened
– Who you went with
– What you did in this wedding
And explain why you liked it or didn’t like it
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