- A Sight for Sore Eyes: - Meeting: A way of saying that you are very pleased to see someone or that you think someone is very attractive.
I’m so glad to see you! You’re a sight for sore eyes.
- All Eyes And Ears: - Meening: Attentive
- The team was all eyes and ears as the coach explained the challenges ahead.
- All Eyes Are On: - Meaning: Watching alertly or attentively.
- All eyes are on the president to see how he will respond to the challenge to his leadership.
- After the candidate’s strong performance in the first debate, all eyes are on him to see if he will make a mistake this time.
- An Eye for an Eye: - Meeting: Justice in which reparation or vengeance exactly matches the harm caused to the victim
- I don’t believe in that kind of eye for an eye justice.
- Negotiations broke down, and the war devolved into an endless eye-for-an-eye cycle of revenge.
- Catch Someone’s Eye: - Meeting: Attract someone’s attention
- I was looking around the store for a present for my mom, and this book caught my eye.
- I was reading Internet classified ads, and an ad for an old Ford Mustang caught my eye.
- Cry Your Eyes Out: - Meeting: Cry hard for a very long time
- After my boyfriend broke up with me, I cried my eyes out.
- I was so upset that day, I cried my eyes out.
Let’s learn to describe some flavors and food…
Food that tastes too much of salt. It is usually used as a negative description.
The taste that makes one’s mouth burn from strong chilies.
Spicy food OR food that has a very high temperature.
“This curry is HOT!”
“Do you mean spicy-hot or temperature-hot?
A strong and sometimes unpleasant flavor that is the opposite of sweet.
➡️Coffee, very dark chocolate, beer and citrus peel are all bitter.
A taste like a lemon
The lemonade is still too sour!