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Worksheets: Writing Workout: Figurative Language

“Get back together” means “to start a relationship with somebody again”. Example: I just got back together with my ex-girlfriend.

“Get back together” means “to start a relationship with somebody again”. Example: I just got back together with my ex-girlfriend.

"Meet a deadline" means "to finish something by a specific time or date".

"Meet a deadline" means "to finish something by a specific time or date".

The English Student, www.theenglishstudent.com, the english students, adverbs…

The English Student, www.theenglishstudent.com, the english students, adverbs…

“Put on” means “to try to make someone believe something that is not true”.  Example: Don’t believe that. He’s putting you on!

“Put on” means “to try to make someone believe something that is not true”. Example: Don’t believe that. He’s putting you on!

“Old maid” is an old woman who has never been married or has never had a ​sexual ​relationship. Example: Jody is fifty years old and still not married. I think she’s destined to be an old maid.

“Old maid” is an old woman who has never been married or has never had a ​sexual ​relationship. Example: Jody is fifty years old and still not married. I think she’s destined to be an old maid.

“Get about” means “to visit many places”. Example: I get about a lot with my job - last year I visited ten countries.

“Get about” means “to visit many places”. Example: I get about a lot with my job - last year I visited ten countries.

“Get back at” means “to punish someone who did something to you”. Example: I think John is trying to get back at Hank for what he said in the meeting.

“Get back at” means “to punish someone who did something to you”. Example: I think John is trying to get back at Hank for what he said in the meeting.

“Skirt the rules” means “to avoid the rules without breaking them”.  Example: I consulted my lawyer to make sure that I was only skirting the rules, and not breaking them.

“Skirt the rules” means “to avoid the rules without breaking them”. Example: I consulted my lawyer to make sure that I was only skirting the rules, and not breaking them.

"Bounce" means to leave. Example: I'm going to bounce. I have to get up early…

"Bounce" means to leave. Example: I'm going to bounce. I have to get up early…

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