28 May 2022 05:11
The word 'sick' when used sick or ill is sometimes too short. A longer and more polite phrase is down with + a disease, e.g. Uncle Joe was down with the COVID-19 last year.
The word 'sick' when used sick or ill is sometimes too short.
A longer and more polite phrase is down with + a disease, e.g. Uncle Joe was down with the COVID-19 last year.
Uncle Joe was ill with COVID-19 last year, while Aunt Rhonda was down with the flu. Aunt Ronda. sick with the flu
I don't like David for being too crazy about the Russo-Ukraine war.
no matter what meeting we have
David is always involved in the Russo-Ukraine War. No matter what we talk about, David drags in Russo-Ukraine war. Readers, drag in = to insist (another subject) into a discussion. Insert into conversation or begin talking about (something different). Start talking about something different.
Natipoom won the election as member of Bangkok Metropolitan Council because he was hail-fellow-well-met.
Readers, the phrase hail-fellow-well-met is a phrase meaning talking easily and in a friendly way to everyone you meet.
The above sentence is
Netipoom was elected a member of the Bangkok Council because he was easygoing and friendly to everyone.
Besides that, hail-fellow-well-met
It is also a noun phrase meaning a good friend and companion, or buddy as 'best friend'. 'Close friend' Peter just moved to Nongkai but he and the people inthe neighborhood are already hail-fellow-well-met.
Peter had just moved to Nong Khai but he and his neighbors have become close friends.