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Colours and their Association Part 2 colour idioms
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Работа ученицы 7класса А школы №169 МИОО Водяниковой Кристины, под руководством учителя английского языка Прониной Надежды Викторовны
В каждом языке есть множество разных идиом, и в этой работе я хочу показать вам какие цветовые идиомы бывают в Англии .
LOCAL COLOUR All the traditional features of a place that give it its own character and make it special. SEE THE COLOUR OF SB’S MONEY To make sure that someone , especially someone who you do not trust, has enough money to pay you for what they want.
DO STH WITH FLYING COLOURS If someone passes the exams or completes the test with flying colours , they are very successful in it. SHOW YOUR TRUE COLORS To let people see your true feelings or opinions about a subject , after you have been hiding them.
A RED-LETTER DAY Used about a very special day, when something exciting or important happens. BE IN THE RED To have no money in your bank account. To paint the town red Have an enjoyable time.
GREEN AROUND THE GILLS Looking sick or pale because you are shocked, afraid , or ill. GREEN WITH ENVY Someone is very upset or annoyed. THE RUB OF THE GREEN Good luck in a game involving.
BE/GET BROWNED OFF Spoken to become bored with something that you are doing, or annoyed by something that keeps happening.
IN BLACK AND WHITE If a fact , agreement , or promise is in black and white , it is written dawn so that everyone can see exactly what it is. BE IN THE BLACK To have money in your bank account.
BE BORN TO THE PURPLE Used in order to say that someone’s family is at the highest level of society.
WRITER THAN WHITE Used about some one who is always honest and always does what is morally right, so that they sometimes seem too good to be believed.
IN A BLUE FUNK Very unhappy or worried about something. OUT OF THE BLUE If something happens or someone does something out of the blue , you have no reason to expect it and it surprises you.
BE TICKLED PINK To be very pleased that something has happened. IN THE PINK Feeling very healthy.