Break a Leg

Welcome to English in a minute,where we teach you all about idoms in American English.You probably have heard someone say:Break a leg.Don’t worry.She isn’t going to break someone’s leg.This is an expression that means good luck!Le’t listen to a conversation to find out.I’m so nervous.Tonight is the first night of the play.Is it? Well,go out there and break a leg!There phrase began as a way to wish actors good luck.Theater people said that if they wished each other something bad,good might happen.So when you hear “break a leg,”it’s really means “do well.”Also,it can mean to work really hard at something.And that’s English in a minute.

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