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CONTEST: guess the word

March 3, 2009

Rather than a word, it is an idiom again.   Don’t just give us the idiom, explain the meaning. You could even give us a sentence where it would be appropriate to use it. I hope you don’t find it difficult.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. esterpinter188 permalink
    March 11, 2009 1:43 am

    Hi,
    I find this game of “Gues the word” very fun and useful to remember some idioms.
    This one is: “To put your money where your mouth is” and means: to support something that you believe in, especially by giving money or to do something rather than to just talk about it.

    A sentence with this idiom could be for instance: If you are really interested in helping orphan children you should put your money where your mouth is

  2. esterpinter188 permalink
    March 11, 2009 1:43 am

    Hi,
    I find this game of “Gues the word” very fun and useful to remember some idioms.
    This one is: “To put your money where your mouth is” and means: to support something that you believe in, especially by giving money or to do something rather than to just talk about it.

    A sentence with this idiom could be for instance: If you are really interested in helping orphan children you should put your money where your mouth is

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