Frequency of Use: High
You live in an apartment building on the fourth floor, and your neighbors next door argue constantly and bang on the walls. There are even days when they very loud music in the middle of the night. Of course, all of this activity is driving your crazy. Yesterday, you knocked on their door, and your neighbor (a giant and angry-looking football player) told you to mind your own business, he will break your arm. You call the police, but they say they can’t do anything. In this case, what are you going to do next?
“I think I’m going to invite him over to my apartment to watch a football game. This way, I can get to know him better. Maybe, he has been having a rough time in his life. I won’t know until we know each other more.”
Sometimes, learners know the meaning of an idiom, but they don’t know how to use it correctly in conversation or writing. Thus, this activity checks your grammatical accuracy with the idiom so you become more confident in using it.