1.PORKIES:lie

Example:

Don’t listen to her, she’s telling porkies!

2.ROW:controversy

Example:

My brother had a huge row with his girlfriend yesterday. He’s really upset!

3.DONKEY’S YEARS:Many years

Example:

Hi Sarah! What a surprise to see you here. I haven’t seen you in donkey’s years! How have you been?

4.EASY PEASY:超简单

Example:

I could make that for you, if you like? It’s easy peasy!

5.SORTED:Solved

Example:

-What’s happening about that roof leak then?

-Oh that’s sorted now. I found a really good builder to do the job.

 

6.STROP:Sad

Example:

Janet, would you please cheer up? It’s your birthday, don’t be so stroppy!

7.CHEERIO:byebye

This is a friendly way of saying goodbye

Example:

Right, I have to go now, see you soon. Cheerio!

8.WANGLE:get with good luck

Example:

I can’t believe he managed to wangle an upgrade on their airline seats, AND the honeymoon suite in their hotel!

9.BLINDING:a blinding success

Example:

They had a blinding party after their wedding ceremony. Everyone had such a great time!

10.WONKY:not stable

Example:

I can’t eat my dinner at this table. It’s wonky and won’t stop wobbling!

11.ZONKED:tired

Example:

He had a lot of fun at his birthday party earlier, but he’s completely zonked out now!

12.DODGY:suspicious

Example:

This food looks a bit dodgy, it might have passed its expiry date. I don’t think we should eat it.

13.LEG IT:run for it

Example:

I went out on Halloween night, and someone jumped out from behind a bush to scare me. I was so frightened, that I just legged it all the way back home!

 

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