Look like a million dollars – Idiom of The Day For IELTS Speaking.
When someone said that you looked like a million dollars, do they mean you are very rich? Let find out what this idiom really means.
Luxurious, gorgeous and beautiful.
“Wow, you look like a million dollars.”
” Did you see Jane? She looks like a million dollars.”
“That car looks like a million dollars.”
- Read a conversation and answer the question:
Bill: “Hi Janny, Is that you? I haven’t seen since we graduated from high school. How are you?”
Janny: “Hi Bill! Long time no see! Yes, I applied for a scholarship, and I’ve studied abroad in Germany for two years. Anyway, I’m great. How about you?”
Bill: “I’m fine. I’m so happy to see you at this party. You look like a million dollars.“
Janny: “Oh, Bill. Thank you. You’re so nice.”
What does Bill mean when he said: “You look like a million dollars.”
A. Janny is a millionaire.
B. Janny has a million dollars.
C. Janny is beautiful and gorgeous.
- Which is a correct sentence?
A. This shirt is terrible. It looks like a million dollars.
B. The car looks like a million dollars because its price is cheap.
C. She looks like a million dollars when she wears this dress.
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