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    Which of the following sentences are correct: I. (a) Are you in blue. (b) Are you in the/a blue. (c) Are you feeling blue. II (a) Are you low. (b) Are you in the/a low. (c) Are you feeling low. What are the other idioms/phrases which indicate the meaning of dejection/unhappiness/sorrow, etc.


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    Re: blue & low

    Quote Originally Posted by Romel Panzer View Post
    Which of the following sentences are correct:
    I. (a) Are you in blue.
    (b) Are you in the/a blue.
    (c) Are you feeling blue.

    II (a) Are you low.
    (b) Are you in the/a low.
    (c) Are you feeling low.

    What are the other idioms/phrases which indicate the meaning of dejection/unhappiness/sorrow, etc.
    Are you fed up
    Are you dejected
    Are you feeling down-hearted

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