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2020.12.04 15:19

Idiom of the Day:
“Dragging your feet”

When you don’t want to

do something and put off doing it, we will say you are “dragging your feet.” It is like walking slowly while scraping your feet on the ground, or someone pulling you forward as you resist. If you want an example of this, ask your children to clean their room. I am sure they will “drag their feet!” 😂

“I haven’t been to the dentist for two years. I need to stop dragging my feet and make an appointment.”
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  • Shahad . شَهـَدْ 2020.12.04 15:24

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    👍
  • Zoha 2020.12.04 15:24

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    Thanks it was helpful 💫💐
  • Manal 2020.12.04 15:31

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    Interesting thx
  • Sunshine✿ 2020.12.04 15:34

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    Is it similar with procrastination 😂🌸
  • Scott Cecil Allen 2020.12.04 17:23

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    @Aya everything was good! But “scraping” is said with a hard A sound. You said “scrapping,” which means to recycle. It also is slang for “to fight someone.”
  • Scott Cecil Allen 2020.12.04 17:23

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    @Sunshine✿ yes, it is that meaning exactly.
  • Scott Cecil Allen 2020.12.04 17:28

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    @Faisal very good!
  • Scott Cecil Allen 2020.12.04 17:29

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    @clara your speaking is very clear with almost no accent. You almost sound like a native speaker. This is very impressive!
  • Faisal 2020.12.04 17:29

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    @Scott Cecil Allen thanks a lot 😊
  • clara 2020.12.04 17:53

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    @Scott Cecil Allen thanks 🌹your posts are so helpful
  • Aya 2020.12.04 20:11

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    @Scott Cecil Allen Thanks for correcting me.
  • Saleh Ali Zwiee 2020.12.10 21:07

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    👍

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