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Basic English Grammar Lesson idiom of sadness: Episode – 23

Basic English Grammar Lesson idiom of sadness: Episode – 23

 

Basic English Grammar Lesson idiom of sadness: Episode – 23

Idiom (Sadness)

Idioms of happiness “Basic English Grammar Lesson idiom of sadness: Episode – 23” We are going to discuss.Basic English Grammar Lesson idiom of sadness: Episode – 23

 

Introduction:-

An Idiom is an expression; whose meaning is not predictable from the usual meaning s of its constituent elements. Or as you can say a construction or expression of one language, whose parts correspond to elements in another language; but its total structure or meaning is not matched in the same way in the second language.Basic English Grammar Lesson idiom of sadness: Episode – 23

 

 

Example:-

  1. Cry one’s eye out

Meaning: – Being extremely depressed due to some high loses.

Example: – My wife cries once eyes out, when she has lost her necklace.

  1. Down in the dumps

Meaning: – Being in an extreme depression after coming across rejection.

Example:-Anil has been down in the dumps, since he rejected.

Idiom

  1. Your heart sinks

Meaning: – Getting depressed due to some unexpected consequences.

Example: – My heart sinks, when I saw my result.

  1. Felling blue

Meaning:- Carrying an expression of depression, due to some unexpected circumstances.

 

Example: – I was feeling blue after hearing about my friend’s accident.

 

  1. Be down in the dump

Meaning:-To be visibly sad or depressed due to some reason.

Example: – Roma has been down in the dump ever since Suraj broke up with him.

  1. A sad state of affairs

Meaning: – A bad situation that upsets some body.

Example: – Nilams denial to my proposal is a sad state of affairs for me.

 

  1. Sadder but wise

Meaning:-Some experience which makes us unhappy, but gives some knowledge to us.

Example: – Ritu’s arrogance on me due to my miscommunication was sadder but wise for me.

 

  1. Go off the deep end

Meaning: – Being upset or extremely annoyed of something to the highest level where controlling emotion will be a difficult task.

Example: – Mr Mohapatra’s  attitude towards me and my proposal was so annoying and disgusting that my cool went  off the deep end.

 

  1. Sad sight

Meaning:- Someone or something that is unpleasant to look at.

Example:-  Mona’s sudden appearance in front of me was a Sad sight, as it dragged me towards my bitter experiences with her.

 

  1. Be out of sorts

Meaning:- Being in a bad temperament or mood.

Example:- Its better not to speak to the boss today as he has been out of sorts.

Conclusion:-

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