Happy Chinese New Year! ¡Feliz Año Nuevo Chino!
O bien en Chino:
¡Por qué no impresionar tu profe y tus compañeros de clase con estas expresiones idiomáticas basadas en este animal!
Aprende la expresión idiomatica y ponla en práctica según tu nivel:
- as fat as a pig = very fat
If I don’t stop eating this cake, I’ll be fat as a pig!
- A piggy bank = a small bank (sometimes in the shape of a pig) for saving money
The boy has been putting money into his piggy bank to save for a bicycle.
- a piggyback– sitting or being carried on someone’s back and shoulders
I´m so tired, can you give me a piggyback, Dad?
- to go hog-wild = to behave wildly
There’s no need to go hog wild just because it’s Sarah’s birthday – she won’t want such a fuss.
- to go the whole hog = to do everything possible, to be extravagant
If you are redecorating one room, why not go the whole hog and paint the entire house?
- a road hog– a car driver who uses more than his share of the road
If it were not for that road hog, he would have got to work on time
- to buy a pig in a poke– to buy something without seeing it or knowing anything about it
Buying a home without inspecting it first is like buying a pig in a poke.
- To make a pig´s ear of it-To make a mess of something
I made a friend a birthday cake but I didn’t have much time and I made a pig´s ear of it.
- Pigs might fly/ when pigs fly – If you say ‘pigs might fly’ after someone has said that something might happen, you are emphasizing that you think it is very unlikely.
There’s a chance he won’t get involved in this, of course.’ .’—’And pigs might fly.