23/11/28 Love English with Leila & Sabrah – Classic British Phrases 🇬🇧😂 Wishy-washy’ and ‘shenanigans!
Number six is wishy-washy, wishy-washy
Um very common phrase, actually that we use
which means when something is not clear,
we could say, “Oh, the plans for this are a wishy-washy. I didn’t really get a true sense of what they were talking about. It seemed a bit unclear to me, but wishy-washy so I could say to a student,
the problem with your essay was that it was a bit wishy-washy
your main idea didn’t seem to be clear.
Number seven an absolutely fantastic word. It’s very funny.
When you say in English, shenanigans.
shenanigans means things that are not necessarily good,
bad actions or mischievous actions.
So if you say, “Hmm, what shenanigans
have you been doing or what shenanigans have you been up to?
It can mean what actions that are not necessarily good for a mischievous. Have you been doing.
So you might say they found out later that was a lot of illegal shenanigans going on in that company
・Sometimes even I can’t believe how wishy-washy I am. : 自分がいかに優柔不断か、時々自分でさえ信じられないよ。