Spring has definitely sprung!
Spring (noun)- a season between winter and summer when plants and flowers begin to grow.
Sprung (verb: spring; the past tense of this verb is irregular – we don’t say
springed): to suddenly jump or move forward.
Spring is definitely here because my allergies are killing me. That means that my allergies are really bad. Continue reading
Is “beauty only skin deep?”
The English idiomatic expression, “beauty is only skin deep” means that a person’s inner beauty—not their outward physical appearance—is what’s most important.
In English, when we say something is “deep” we are often using the word as a metaphor to say something is important and significant. It is not just something one on the surface (superficial); it’s deeper down below.
English lesson: Click here for a guided English lesson that includes an excellent video of Academy Award winner Lupita Nyong’o discussing her personal struggle with feeling beautiful when she was growing up.
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