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a person who is a reliable friend only when times are good, but not when there are troubles or when times are hard
“Russ won’t help you; he is only a fair-weather friend.“
“Sharon will stick by you no matter what happens; she is not just a fair-weather friend.“
“A fair-weather friend isn’t much help in an emergency.”
- Choose the suitable idiom to complete the sentence below.
” Bill stayed for lunch but he wouldn’t help me with the yard work. He’s just ______________________. “
A. keep my nose to the grindstone
B. the spitting image of me
C. crack the book
D. a fair-weather friend
- Describe a difficult time you had to overcome. Try to use this idiom in your speech. You should say:
– When it happened
– What the difficulties you had to encounter
– Who helped you overcome it
And explain how did you feel about this
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