English Idioms: You mean she was pulling my leg!
Jack: Don’t be such a gullible person. Did you truly believe that Jessie got the tender for the hospital project?
Tony: You mean she was pulling my leg! Jack: Without doubt. I don’t deny that she is an ambitious girl and bold enough to go to extremes but this deal is definitely beyond her means.
Tony: Then, she making fun of me!
Jack: Not exactly. She is trying to get you worked up so that you give up trying.
Tony: She is such a dirty rat!
Gullible: (adj) easily persuaded to believe something; credulous.
Pull someone’s leg: to deceive someone playfully; tease someone.
Without doubt: Without question; certainly; definitely.
Go to extremes: to do something much more than is usual or reasonable.
Beyond one’s means: beyond (or within) one's budget or income.
Make fun of someone: to mock or direct insults at someone or something.
Worked up: (adj) upset or very excited about something.
Give up: to stop trying to do something before you have finished.
Dirty rat: Any malicious act against you or your friends can qualify the perpetrator to be called a dirty rat.
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