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English Slang Idioms (231)

"We should all start going in on lottery tickets and agree to split the winnings. If we win, we will be ......... for life and will never have to go to work again," Phil told his three friends at work.
"Professor Jackson, am I am going to pass this class?" Jenny asked during office hours. He replied, "What are you talking about? You are .......... You have an A in the class."
"Well, you promised to give me 50 hours of hard work instead of paying me the money you owe me and you have been as ......... as your word. Consider the debt paid," Mr. Wilson said to Craig.
"I am very impressed with Louie Chang. He has only been in the United States for two years and already, he has a good ......... of the English language. I think he actually knows more words than me!" Elliot said to his two friends.
"I should be mad at Luke for selling me this car — considering that it broke down a week after I bought it. But, I am not. I know that he knows next to nothing about cars and he acted in ......... faith when he told me he thought it was in good working condition. I believe that he believed there was nothing wrong with it," Tommy told his dad.
He was very happy with the dog he had rescued from the pound. She was easy to train and was very good .......... She didn't bark at people and was very nice to little kids.
"I like your new boyfriend. He has a good ......... on his shoulders. He thinks about the future, is smart, and believes in hard work," Ronald told his daughter.
"I am trying to decide how much to sell my bicycle for. I know that a good ......... people will want it since gas prices have gone up so much," Jim said to his roommate.
"I am kind of glad that our TV broke. It is good ........., if you ask me. It never worked right and it was quite ugly looking," Jane said to her husband.
"That good-for-......... neighbor of ours is outside. He wants to know if he can borrow your saw and drill," Lisa said to her husband.