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wearing old clothes that are in bad condition because of not having enough money
“Henry is very down at heel since his business collapsed.“
“When I first met her she was down-at-heel but still respectable.“
“Don’t go out with these clothes. You look like down at heel while wearing this“
- Choose the suitable idiom to complete the sentence below.
“The homeless usually are ______________ because they cannot buy a basic food let alone good clothes.”
A. have her name in lights
B. down at heel
C. dressed to kill
D. runs in the family
- Describe a time when you helped someone. Try to use this idiom in your speech. You should say:
– When it happened
– Who you helped
– What he or she did after receiving your help
And explain why you helped her or him
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