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Edustation's blog > Month Idioms

Month Idioms

Added by Tomasz H. 13 October 2015 in category: English, Learning tips, Lexicon

It'll be a long day in January

describing something that will never happen

e.g. It'll be a long day in January when you beat me at basketball.


Mad as a March hare

acting crazy (hares act crazy during their March breeding sesons)

e.g. I like John but he acts as mad as March hare.


April showers bring May flowers

rain in April = flowers growing

e.g. You hate this rainy weather but remember April showers bring May flowers.


May-December romance

when one person in a relationship is a lot older than the other

e.g. People are always skeptical of May-December.


Maybees don't fly in June

when telling someone to stop changing their mind so much

e.g. I wish you would make decision. Maybees don't fly in June!


A cold day in July

use it to describe a situation or event that will never happen

e.g. It'll be a cold day in July when you beat me at basketball.

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