Common Expressions Revision:
fancy - coming round Vocabulary crazy
- mad; but here it means very busy, i.e.The restaurant was just crazy tonight.
- to ask a question / make a suggestion, often followed by ing
or a noun
- What about the theatre, did you book the tickets?
- What about taking a break next weekend? We could go to Paris.
* Also -
- untidy, i.e. His room his completely messed up.
- (informal) to make mistakes, i.e.
- She really messed up her exam.
- I messed up the job interview.
- similar to ‘very' but not as strong; usually spoken English, i.e.
- He's a pretty good cook.
- The film was pretty bad.
- very tired, i.e.- I've been playing basketball all afternoon; I'm really whacked. sensible
- having good judgment / a good idea, i.e.- I think it would be sensible to leave early in morning, the roads are going to be busy.- We think it's fine for her to cycle on the road; she fourteen now and a very sensible child. to fancy
- to want / would like to… and romantic attaction. Followed by noun
- I fancy a pizza tonight.
- I fancy relaxing in the garden this afternoon.
- I think she fancies David.