TO CLICK RIGHT AWAY: Slang to go or fit together with ease. To function well together; hit it off: they clicked from theirfirst meeting / llevarse bien de entrada
TO HIT IT OFF: Informal To get along well together, to have a good relationship with.Steve and Franco hit it off immediately and were working together. / toclick rihit away
TO HAVE A LOT IN COMMON / to have same interests
TO BECOME CLOSE FRIENDS
TO HAVE ARGUMENTS: to have a quarrel, a dispute, a discussion. An argument arose among union membersabout the terms of the new contract. / peleas, discusiones
TO GO OUR SEPARATE WAYS / to split up, separarse
TO DRIFT APART: lose personal contact over time; "The two women, who had beenroommates in college, drifted apart after they got married"/ alejarse de a poco
TO BE THERE FOR EACH OTHER / ayudarse mutuamente
VOCABULARY UNIT 2
TO FIDGET: -To behave or move nervouslyor restlessly.The naughty boy fidgeted in the classroom and disobeyed the teacher.
- intr; often foll by with) to make restless or uneasy movements (with something); fiddle he fidgeted with hispen
TO FIDDLE WITH: manipulate, as in a nervous or unconscious manner; "He fiddled with the keys while waiting for the interview"
TO BITE MY NAILS: to eat my nails.
TO SIT BACK: to relax, aswhen action should be taken many people just sit back and ignore the problems of today. / qedarse sin hacer nada
TO TALK NON-STOP
AT THE CRACK OF DAWN: at the break of dawn
Fig. at theearliest light of the day. Jane was always awake at the crack of dawn. The birds start singing at the break of dawn./ al amanecer
TO TAKE A BREAK: take one's break
to have a short rest period inone's work. It's ten o'clock—time to take a break. I don't usually take my break until 10:30.
ADVERBS OF FREQUENCY:
ONCE IN A BLUE MOON: Informal very rarely; almost never. We go out...