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    Default What do these two idioms mean ?

    Mary and her little sister were wearing their clothes .When they became ready ,Mary's little sister tried on her new shoes.when Mary saw it ,she said," oh my dear!you are Banana feet". Look at me ,I'm sunny feet

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    there are two idioms in the context

    you are banana feet ..
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    I am sunny feet

    what do these idioms mean ?

    my regard

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    Default Re: What do these two idioms mean ?

    They're not idioms I've heard before- they probably refer to the colour of the shoes, and maybe the style.

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    Default Re: What do these two idioms mean ?

    thanks a lot teacher for your reply

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