How’re you doing this Saturday nite, fellas? Do you like movies & stories? Tonight’s #EngGame would be on this article » The greatest literary heroine of all time. Who is yours? (by: Sarah-Jane Collins)
Have you read the article, fellas? Here’s how to do tonight’s #EngGame » I have 8 phrases which you can find in the article.
All you have to do is tell me what the phrases mean (in the article) in your own words.
1. Know-it-all nerd.
2. Cornerstone of the series.
4. A whole other level of terrible.
6. Give it a go.
7. The cracked spines.
8. Sticks to her guns.
1. @aynun Know-it-all nerd = Someone who knows a lot about a lot.
2. @anitrii Cornerstone of the series = an important part of the series/ of the whole story
3. @anitrii Feisty = active, expressive and full of determination
p.s.: A feisty person is also someone who is a risk taker, irritable and bold. To some, such person could be taken as courageous :)
4. @rinaaorinaa A whole other level of terrible = Very bad , kind of terrible it self
p.s.: In the article, “a whole other level of terrible” means to imply that writer’s piano skill is terribly bad, perhaps worse than the worst.
5. @anitrii Open-minded = willing to hear/accept different ideas/opinions.
6. @rinaaorinaa Give it a go = Have to try to read that asap “@EnglishTips4U: 6. Give it a go.
7. @rvrngtys The cracked spines = The part of the book’s jacket that encloses the inner edges of the pages n typically bearing the title is damaged.
8. @rvrngtys Sticks to her guns = She refuses to change her ideas, her beliefs, although other people try to make her change them.